Sunday, April 27, 2008

Flour Sack Apron



If you are a serious home bread baker, I heartily suggest that you visit “Heartland Mill” for some quality baking ingredients. I have had wonderful results with all the varieties of flours they offer from finely milled durum wheat to whole rye, and a product they call “golden buffalo” bread flour. All these are organic certified flours.

Heartland Mill ships their flour in traditional muslin flour sacks. On the back of the bag they suggest to reuse the bags for something else. I literally took them to heart and saved all my bags with the idea of doing a crazy shirt. But, as it ended up, we were a few bags short of a shirt. All bakers need aprons, and with the aide of my multi-talented mother, we came up with a dandy of an apron design. “Now a days” this is called repurposing, in my mother's era, it was a necessity.

4 comments:

terrie said...

wow....you need to send a photo of your apron to the Mill....they may send you some free flour or something....that is really cool....

polly + dieter said...

terrie, thanks for the yummy veggies. dieter did send the pix of the apron to heartland. so far he has not heard back from them. we shall see...

SteamyKitchen said...

cool apron - i agree, send a pic to the company!

nice to see other bradenton bloggers!

polly + dieter said...

thank you for visiting our blog. good luck on your cook book. what an ambitious project. i think your grilled pineapple looks like a perfect florida summer treat.