Monday, December 22, 2014

Cinnamon Cranberry Bread...

(texture- Kim's touch of texture, difference, 15% opacity)

After three lost days due to being in a cold/flu fog, 
today was spent trying to catch up on the countdown to Christmas to-do list.

(texture-Kim's 2303, lighten, 20% opacity)

While reality necessitated letting some of my pre-Christmas goals remain undone,
(like putting a fresh coat of paint on my chipping kitchen cabinets; what was I thinking?),
baking some of my Cinnamon Cranberry Bread was a must do in my opinion.

 ( desat 20, texture-Kim's elevate, hardlight, 20% opacity)

Another must is having some of this bread toasted and smeared with orange marmalade on Christmas morning.
Yummm!

(desat 20, texture-Kim's day texture, multiply mode, 50% opacity) 

The recipe can be found here.
 (You can also see, that while I've still got much to learn,
my photography has improved since that post!)


still following,
Kim Klassen {dot com}



12 comments:

  1. Ooh, that looks good!!
    Merry Christmas, Elizabeth!

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  2. That looks delish I bet it tastes gorgeous too.

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  3. I need to check out your recipe. It looks and sounds delicious.

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  4. I've been thinking of making bread and lemon and cranberries are my favorite accent. Thank you for sharing the recipe. Merry Christmas!

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  5. Delicious - I can almost smell the yumminess! Glad you're feeling better, but don't overdo it!!

    Wishing you and yours a very MERRY CHRISTMAS! May your home be filled with His love, joy, and peace.

    GOD BLESS!

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  6. Ohhh, can I come over and have a piece of that bread toasted with marmalade on Christmas morning? I'll be real quiet - I promise!!! That looks wonderful. I'll have to try it. Sending hugs and wishes for a wonderful Christmas to you and your family.
    ~Adrienne~

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  7. Glad that you are putting the cold stuff behind you and you can enjoy the activities of the season, Beautiful food photography again, Elizabeth!

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  8. Oh, I love fresh bread, and a great idea you've given for Christmas morning. I love toasting it under the oven broiler and then applying cinnamon, but may have to do the marmalade. I too have painting on my to do list since Fall. I have the paint purchased, now just need to get me in gear. It's happening the first of the year now. :) Thanks so much for stopping by Peabea's Patch. Have a great Christmas and glad you're feeling better.

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  9. Wonderful. Please cut a slice or two for me. Beautiful series of photos.

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  10. Oh yum ! Your photos are mouth watering ! I'm glad you're better in time for Christmas :)

    Merry Christmas !

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  11. Your bread is surely a Christmas morning favorite. I'll admit that I cheat and buy a similar bread at our local bakery, but your recipe actually looks like something I might be able to make myself. Freshly baked bread is truly one of life's most comforting pleasures. Beautiful photos, too!

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  12. Looks yummy! I can see that your photography has improved, but it was pretty good with that post too. It's all the work you've done with Kim's classes!! :)

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