I've been working on my sourdough in the kitchen.
And I've been working on the business taxes at my desk.
Ya know what? They don't mix!
I compare a new sourdough experience to that of getting a new pet.
You have to feed it.
You have to water it.
You have to keep an eye on it.
You have to give it some love.
And maybe, if you're lucky, it will turn out to be a good experience.
Let's just say, it is keeping me occupied. Problem is...those darn taxes.
They are also keeping me occupied.
So while I'm tapping at the calculator and working with numbers at my desk, I'd rather be in the kitchen with an apron on playing with my sourdough.
So far, I have been able to make perfect pancakes. Good.
I then squeezed in some time for biscuits that were like rocks. Not so good.
I just need the time to bond with my sourdough and practice the possibilities.
The business paperwork is almost done so I'll be back at it in the kitchen soon.
More sourdough drama to be revealed, I'm sure!
For those who asked, I will soon share the steps I've taken.
I mean, who doesn't want to know how to make biscuits that are as hard as rocks!?!