Actually, while kneading the dough I left it alone, to go see why Marcos Ambrose hit the wall in the Richmond Nascar Race on the Tele. I mean, of course, other than the obvious that he’s a Tasmanian Devil, and should have stayed the Champion he was in the …
The man is an awesome driver, and I am not only proud of him winning his first Nascar Sprint Cup race at Watkins Glen, New York, last month, but even MORE proud to have him as a resident of my home state of North Carolina…where all the Great Drivers Are From…or at least .. reside.
Except for Mario, ( Nazareth, Pennsylvania) and his wife, Dee Anne, who taught him to speak English in 1961, and apparently only taught himtwo words, I DO, And the rest is history…
I actually thought that was a funny-pun …till I tried to find a picture of Mario with his wife… and not just another movie star, or floozy dressed in nothing but a skimpy checkered flag …
But, I finally found JUST ONE..of him and his wife on his official web-site and she ain’t the girl in the picture next door >( I might also mention, for a speed demon, don’t expect his website to be a fast loader)
So there I was… S l o w l y K n e a d i n g t h e D o u g h… zzzzzZZZzzz Huh, Qu..wut?? Zzzz Oh… yeah okay…so, there I was..?,
Oh…Yeah, when I came back to the kitchen I noticed I had left the bread ball all alone, looking more like a Turtle than a loaf of bread…So I quickly pinched out a head, and poked two “Cloves” in his eyes…and
Okay, Okay…so then I decided; Hey this is going to be a real masterpiece… (maybe,.. If I had a Real Camera)
I didn’t take into account yet that the Turtle shaped raw dough, would also require a Turtle Shaped Pan to remain that way.
So, anyway,.. I baked it…
You of course will want the recipe right- a – way, I’m sure:
Let’s see…This is on close out sale: “Fat Bastard” Chardonnay ( For Real ) …whoa…let’s see… Here
Hmmm… am I really awake?
Okay… just in case..here’s the recipe… But .. don’t forget, whether you HATE Nascar or not.. you are going to love “Marcos Ambrose” so please watch the videos at the end of the article.. I realize the post is lame..but, one thing is for sure… We are the people of Walmart, and the people of Walmart …have no shame…
- 1 cup sourdough starter
- 1 1/2 cups warm water
- 1 1/2 teaspoons salt
- 1/2 cup white sugar
- (I used Honey Instead)
- 1/2 cup corn oil ( I used garlic infused olive oil)
- 6 cups bread flour
- If you don’t know Sourdough Starter see my post called: The Sweetest Sour I know
- Mix sugar, corn oil, salt, water, and 1 cup of sourdough starter together in a large bowl. Sift the flour and add to the mixture. Grease or oil the dough. Place the dough in an oiled bowl, cover, and let rise overnight.
- The next day, ( Though I only waited 3 hours this time ) knead the dough for 10 minutes. Divide in half, and place into two greased 4 x 8 inch bread pans. Allow the dough to double in size.
- Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 40 to 45 minutes, or until bread is golden brown and taps hollow. Turn out to cool on wire racks.
On this one I added chopped tomatoes, fresh parsley, and dried Basil Leaves…Plus topped it with Honey, and greased the baking dish with garlic infused olive oil.. But, you can improvise.
Dude…you think I could get some “Wheels”?
you know what…you’re going to need some wheels: