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Old 11-04-2005, 07:35 PM
 
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Thomas H. O'Reilly wrote:
Well, I can't deny that bread is best when cooled, but I think it's
stretching the forebearance of any child to pull something they

helped
prepare out of the oven, and then tell them they can't eat it. Heck,

even I
find that difficult. I'd let it cool for ten minutes, but surely

serve some
warm. I don't think the off flavors will bother the child, or even

be
noticed. And a little butter and jam can hide a multitude of sins.



How about saving a bit of the dough and baking it as a roll, alongside
the loaf? Then she could taste it right away and you wouldn't have to
cut into a whole loaf.

-Scott