Of course, it didn't occur to me when dreaming up this plan that I only had two loaf pans. So I baked in stages, and used other pans as well. Here are some of the resulting bread loaves - pistachio pudding, chocolate chips, and almonds, respectively:
Here is one of two sheet cake sized loaves. This has wheat germ mixed in, the other has chocolate pudding:
And we even made some muffin sized ones. These are chocolate chip:
I also have done a lot of spinning and knitting lately. I'm working on a secret project for my bridesmaids' gifts, which I can't post pictures of, but suffice it to say I have been able to use some really fabulous fibers in this project.
In addition to the secret project, recently I've spun 4 oz of alpaca (from King, an alpaca at a local farm), 4 oz of 50% yak/50% silk, and 4 oz of 50% baby camel/50% silk. I have merino/silk/angora waiting to be spun next. The yak/silk is from A Verb For Keeping Warm. The camel and angora blends are from Spirit Trail Fiberworks, which has amazing colorways and fibers for spinning.