To all my friends who are cooks and love to bake. I'm in a bit of a quandary here and hoping some one out there has some tips for me. When we moved here two years ago one of my biggest challenges was to learn to bake at altitude, since we came from sea-level. Most packages have high altitude directions but how do you determine what to change when you bake from scratch? Last night, for the second time, I attempted a Pear Pie and I adjusted the temperature and time to bake it but it still didn't turn out. My sil said most times you need to tweak the recipe. So if there is anyone who has been in my situation and found the answer, can you share some wisdom with me.
Is there a website where a person can go to find out what to adjust? I am ready to throw my recipe out but don't want to because it was so good in California.
Today is Outdoor Wednesday at many sites but here in northern Colorado we've got rain and cold so I'll be staying inside sewing all day.
Two more bits of good news-our little Peanut, with her parents, met with the new doctor yesterday and there is a new course of action being taken concerning her GERD. We will know in about 6-8 weeks whether this is the answer but it is certainly better than adult strength medications and possible surgery.
The other Praise is that as of next April we will have a total of nine grandchildren as Peanut's mom is pregnant as well as our oldest daughter. God is so good!!!! To let us be here for both girls and their families is such an incredible blessing and we are so thankful.
May you behold the glory of the Lord this day in your life and the lives of your loved ones.
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