I'm a total carbaholic. Any weight gain I've experienced over my nearly 32 years of marriage is due to one thing and one thing only...BREAD!Yummy! Yummy! Miss MB! I would sooo love to sink my teeth into this TREAT!xoRebecca
Maggie:The fruits of your labor look delicious...and I can almost smell the bread from here!Hope you have a wonderful weekend.xoxoDonna
That bread looks so yummy I wish I could reach into the blog & swipe a piece! But then, of course, I'd HAVE to take a little of the jam as well. And - you knew this was coming - I'd NEED to grab a jar of peaches for later! It all looks WONDERFUL, Margaret! And it also seems as though you are recovering beautifully! I'M GLAD!
Glad to see you up to some goodness...yummers...pass the butter please...& then the jam. Hugs Susan
Ooooh, looks delicious!
I can just smell the wonderful aromas coming from your kitchen. Those peaches look awsome, and the jam looks delicious as does that bread. I love good homemade bread fresh from the oven. You have out done yourself girl. Hope you have a wonderful weekend.Hugs, Pat
I can only imagine how wonderful this is!! Gorgeous photos girl!I hope you are feeling great!!Have a good weekend!Lou Cinda :)
Hello there dear Margaret! Fresh bread is my weakness and peach and vanilla? NOW YOU'RE TALKIN'!!!! Good to see you up and about! Have a lovely weekend, Anita
You are on your game lately in the kitchen! Vanilla you say? That sounds wonderful :) You have bread making down pat...that loaf looks so pretty!
Oh my goodness Margaret I can not tell you how much you have made me hungry. lolGirlfriend you are just too much. Homemade bread and peach jam. I am really in awe of you.Got to save this post so I can come back and also your Lavender Lemonade looks like something I would enjoy too.Gosh I have missed coming by here.Hope you have a wonderful weekendLoveMaggie the other Margaret
It all looks scrumptious, Margaret! Some for now and some for later - enjoy!!!:)Zuzu
Your creations look SO good, especially the jam. I can just smell that bread right through the computer screen and there's noting like canned peaches sitting on the counter to make you feel very industrious and squirrelish. Yummy post Margaret. Diane
Everything looks and sounds absolutely amazing! You've been a busy little bee. have a fabulous weekend. Tammy
You have a BEAUTIFUL, LOVELY, GORGEOUS blog!!! I love your vanilla peaches! And such pretty papers on the jars. I am so excited to see what great posts I have missed. And I am not missing any more. I am a new follower!Yvonne @ StoneGable
To make some peach jam I'd have to stop eating them fresh first. They are so sweet and juicy. We have a customer that brings them to us...lucky us.Your bread looks amazing too. Just started making our own bread too.Enjoy your time with your kids.xxCarole
Well Mags I know who'll do breakfast when we're on holiday.....:)HugsTODC xx
Owww... Margaret, this looks really, really yummie!!! Wish I could smell the bread!I'm getting hungry!Have a lovely weekend!
What a tease you are to show us this yummy looking bread and jam and not sharing! I canned spaghetti sauce today and that bread would be the perfect touch! I've never been able to bake bread myself but your's looks professional!
Hello my dear Margaret, what a delicious things you made. You are so right, selfmade bread is so delicious.Have a nice weekend.Warm wishes, Mea
Oh Margaret, you are so kind to visit me! And to enjoy the photos....those two flavors have to be my summer favorites, but this peach/vanilla thing you have going is also a well-loved combo! When I was in France, I couldn't get enough of the peaches and I even had peach wine...WOOOOOOOOO! Lovely.Enjoy EVERYTHING that the end of summer has to offer you dearest. Anita
You must have the best smelling house ever! All of that looks so delicious, homemade canned peaches in the winter, yum! Thanks so much for stopping by today, I'm so glad you signed up! Theresa
Yum! And aren't they so pretty in the jar!!
Hi M!Thanks so much for dropping by to say "hi"! I really enjoyed your peach post .... our middle one (just married over a year) moved into a house in LA with his bride ... and there was a PEACH tree in the back. So glad you are up and about ... I've got a lot of back reading to catch up on!Hugs!Betty :)
ooh yummi!!!!!what a nice work!! and i love your peachy day!!have a happy weekendYolanda
Oh my gosh!!!!!! That looks good enough to eat! I just thought I would stay on my raw food today! I have two beautiful apple trees on my land and this year they have just fallen to the ground..... I hope to do better next year...... We have a peach festival every year about 15 miles from me and I did not even get over there this year........ soooooo I guess I will just have to stop by once in a while and have tea and toast with jam .
Dearest Margaret....keep dreaming dearest...we make the magic happen, US, we can do so much, can't we? Thank you for your visit today!Enjoy this fab weekend! Anita
I just love the paper you made... what a great way to send a gift of jams and preserves with a gorgeous graphic... so memorable... you must have had a great time doing it!
Oh yum!!! I did have to read this at 10:30 PM. Now I am so hungry for bread and jam. Thank you dear Margaret!!!hugs(beautiful pictures, my dear)
Thank goodness your posts can't make me fat, b/c once again I say... yum!!
I can smell it cooking, this is gorgeous and the jam as well, I just wish I could pop round and spread it over a slice.. I truly do xxxxx
I must say that i love bread, and yours looks yummy!Micki
Oh, I so agree, Margaret! Nothing like the scent of it baking! It's almost that time of year to get my bread machine out. No, haven't made it by hand in years. :-( Adding you to my favorites! :-)Hugs, Diane (with thanks for visiting my blog and for your kind comments about my pillows!)
This looks like such a treat, you made my mouth water!
Hi Margaret,You have been busy, and love all the gorgeous bread and preserves you have been doing.Looks so yummy.HugsCarolyn
My God, you have been a busy beaver.It looks wonderful and I will be right over!Hugs, Evi
oh man does that look reaaaaally good right now!! some of that spread on the bread - yum!i loved your comment today margaret - thanks so much - it means a lotxo+blessings,anne marie
Hi Margaret, I love homemade bread fresh out of the oven with some butter with the peach jam, or strawberry. My mom would always make homemade bread if she knew we were coming. It would come out of the oven just as we were arriving. So yummy. I hope you are feeling o.k. It is getting late and I need to hit the sack as the saying goes. Take care. Your Missouri Friend
MMMMmm I can smell it! I have't made bread in years! time to start again. I came over from Tammy's tinsel and company. Looks like you summer is going great!luvs and glitter~jen
Looks great !!! I remember those days when I did canning. They look so nice.:)Hugs,Bonnie
Home baked bread and home canned peaches... it doesn't get better than that!!! :)
This is my favorite jam!
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