Monday, November 2, 2009

Beer Bread and Halloween

Oh, yeah...if you see in the corner...indeed, it's beer bread! I think the melted butter poured over the top was the clincher though. It took maybe two minutes to put together and was ready in 40 minutes. Fantastic. I used white whole wheat flour and half the butter of the recipe from Ezra Pound Cake.

Go! Make bread now! Jesus says that man doesn't live by bread alone...Here's the host with the most, Tom, or Captain Ahab, for Halloween evening. Tom transforms his home for the years' theme,and this year was Horror in the Library. Casey and I were Truman Capote and Harper Lee (see: I'm holding To Kill a Mockingbird).I have no idea why we're both tilting our heads. Totally unintentional. But isn't the backdrop cool? Normally, that Tom's front patio, not a library! It was also Casey's 30th birthday, and I think he had fun being such a flamboyant character. It was fun.
But my favorite costume wasn't technically literature, but can you read "Fight Club" on the baby's onesie? Love it! Casey and Erin Gooden really nailed their costumes. (And thank you Casey G. for sharing your pictures).

8 comments:

c said...

not sure what you mean about our costume not being technically literature.

c said...

e said my comment wasn't friendly. that's what i get for commenting too fast. sorry.

raqin said...

the look on erin's face is so awesome

raqin said...

not to mention casey m's limp wrist...

Marci said...

Wow, those costumes are amazing!

Urban School Teacher said...

That bread looks really good- and so des the party! Great venue and cool costumes!

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sanjeet said...

what you mean about our costume not being technically literature.

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