Blogging Blooper – Does Your Family Trust You?

…enough to eat this bread?

This is an update to my original post. Susan at Between Naps on the Porch is having a New Year’s Blogging Bloopers party! Did you have any blogging bloopers in 2010?  Join the fun by going here!


Those who know me, know I love to make quick breads….breads without yeast that are sort of like “not too sweet” cake in a loaf pan…like banana nut bread for example. The only problem is that I am not satisfied in using tried and true recipes, I am alway tweaking and testing new ingredients. I have been looking for a base recipe for cherry bread but the only one I’ve found is made with maraschino cherries and they aren’t my favorites.
So, I decided to make up my own this morning…cherry, pineapple, pecan bread. The only problem is that it turned out a sort of greenish purple color and fell in the middle. It looks poison, like one of the alien dishes served in Cafe World on Facebook…
I’m pretty sure I know why it fell…my ratio of wheat to white flour was off and I know how to fix that but what to do about the color? I think I mixed it too much after I added the cherries…and maybe I should use redder cherries…I used canned dark, sweet bing cherries. If I use redder cherries and then add the pineapple maybe I’ll get sort of an orangey color instead of greenish purple… so back to the drawing board.
I must tell you that my husband truly trusts me because he didn’t hesitate a second…he dove right in and loved it! He did agree that this was a bread for family…friends might not be that trusting. He also reminded me that this was not a failure, just the first step toward a successful cherry, pineapple bread…I love the way he thinks!
When I get it right, I’ll be happy to share the recipe. I’m pretty sure you don’t want this one!

6 thoughts on “Blogging Blooper – Does Your Family Trust You?

  1. Well hi there…(not “their”) I just saw your comment on my blooper post and yep “you're” (not “your”:) so right…I get in such a hurry to try and finish to get on with the party that I fail to do a quick proof read beforehand:)
    Thanks for the sharp eye:) The other thing I always do is write the word “you” instead of “your”.
    All fixed up now:)
    Terry

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