Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Pretzels!

Whole wheat pretzels
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Pantry door
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Pantry
Daniel and I baked pretzels today using this recipe.
I used whole wheat organic flour instead of all purpose.
We didn't have pretzel salt so I used a Hawaiian black lava salt
I had in the pantry and sprinkled a few with black sesame seeds. Yummy.
I asked Manolo to make me shallow shelves in the pantry
to be able to see everything in there and I really love it.
We used some left over pieces of pine beams from the roof in the living room
and other scraps of maple.

38 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Tatiana said...

I would like to live in your pantry please. Lovely!

9/28/2010 2:21 PM  
Blogger **We BLOG ARTISTS** said...

So...not only can you paint...but you can cook too!
They look GOOD!
HUGS and enjoy your Pretzels.
Char.x

9/28/2010 2:35 PM  
Anonymous Rose said...

They look delicious! I've been wanting to try my hand at soft pretzels. I'm off to check out the recipe!

9/28/2010 2:42 PM  
Blogger valnouveau said...

wow! the pretzels look so yummy! love pretzels!

9/28/2010 3:04 PM  
Blogger dutch sisters said...

They look yummy. I love your shelves!

9/28/2010 3:05 PM  
Blogger Mari said...

Beautiful, and they look delicious! I just may make pretzels with my kids soon...

9/28/2010 3:26 PM  
Blogger Dolores said...

Great shelving. I love the look of those pretzels. I've never heard of black salt.

9/28/2010 3:27 PM  
Blogger se7en said...

Those pretzels look yummy!!! And as for the pantry... ooohhh!!!

9/28/2010 3:53 PM  
Blogger Dianne said...

They look great!

9/28/2010 4:08 PM  
Blogger JooJoo said...

WOW!!! I want some of those! They must be yummy!!

Your storage room is so organized and pretty! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!

9/28/2010 4:09 PM  
Anonymous The Muse of The Day said...

I should have checked on your blog AFTER I had dinner. What suffering you are putting me through Genine. I feel like the ONLY thing I want to eat now is pretzels. Carolina

9/28/2010 4:51 PM  
Blogger NanaBeast said...

Brilliant idea to have the shallow pantry shelves. Being able to SEE everthing is so important and relieves the stress of digging for what you need.

9/28/2010 5:01 PM  
Blogger kszwahl said...

We made pretzels this last weekend too. Must be something in the air~

9/28/2010 5:05 PM  
Blogger Dyche Designs said...

Loving the pantry, I know exactly what you mean about not being able to see stuff when it's on deep shelving. Those pretzels look so good.

9/28/2010 5:42 PM  
Blogger Abrhil's Travel Blog said...

They look delicioso!!

9/28/2010 6:38 PM  
Blogger Beth Stone said...

I'm drooling over your pretzels AND the organization of your pantry! Lovely!

9/28/2010 7:22 PM  
Blogger june at noon said...

I always complain of pantry shelves that are so deep that you lose things in the back. Very clever, and it looks fantastic!

9/28/2010 7:52 PM  
Blogger Tricia - A Rosy Note said...

Oh my those look sooo delicious. I love pretzels. I am going to try this :)

9/28/2010 8:18 PM  
Blogger blue china studio said...

Those look very yummy. And I must say I'm quite envious of your pantry. Those shelves work perfectly.

9/28/2010 8:32 PM  
Blogger KristiMcMurry said...

Is that seriously your pantry?! It's making mine look pretty terrible in comparison. haha. Those pretzels look outrageously delicious!

9/28/2010 8:50 PM  
Blogger Christine E-E said...

wow! Manolo is a talented guy! & really takes "directions" well... as I've mentioned before your house is a den of creativity! Besides building your house, is Manolo employed in a field where he gets to create?

9/28/2010 8:56 PM  
Blogger c.raf.t said...

Gorgeous pantry! (and pretzels)I'll store in my mind this concept of slim shelves for a future dream house! Mine are deep and i always forget what is it hidden (and when I found it most of it are already off!)

9/29/2010 12:02 AM  
Blogger margott said...

delicious!

9/29/2010 12:40 AM  
Blogger Leonie said...

I love the way you've set up your pantry! It looks aesthetically pleasing and practical at the same time! And I'm sure I wouldn't mind a bite of those pretzels... :)

9/29/2010 1:56 AM  
Blogger Alicia said...

¡Me encanta tu despensa! ¡Yo quiero una igual!! Y los bollitos tienen una pinta estupenda!

9/29/2010 6:14 AM  
Blogger mc said...

Harina Pan! To make arepas? Yum.

9/29/2010 7:21 AM  
Blogger MissKoolAid said...

The pretzels look delicious.
I want your pantry!
Sophie

9/29/2010 10:41 AM  
Blogger shopgirl said...

These look absolutely delicious! I must try it one day. Also, you have a gorgeous pantry! I love it when you show us bits of your home. It's a real visual treat.

Thanks Geninne.

9/30/2010 12:28 AM  
Blogger dls said...

Thanks for the pretzel recipe. Will try it soon!
Your pantry is wonderful.... your hubby is so handy.... don't you just love his creativeness!

9/30/2010 8:55 AM  
Anonymous Teje said...

Your new shelves are fantastic! It's sure that if I'll have ever new kitchen to design I'll want similar! They give inspiration to cook and bake!
Wishes Teje

9/30/2010 10:06 AM  
Blogger Alexandra Hedberg said...

what pretzels! and you kitchen isn't looking bad either!

9/30/2010 1:10 PM  
Blogger Margie Oomen said...

can you send a few up here for a midnight snack:)

9/30/2010 9:26 PM  
Blogger dutch sisters said...

Looks yummie! whauw how organized and beautiful it al looks!

9/30/2010 10:44 PM  
Blogger Mónica Tisminesky Fried said...

Hey Gennine:
Y eso que tienes harina PAN? Hasta donde sé ese es un producto venezolano. Yo soy venezolana, por eso lo conozco. :-)

10/01/2010 5:54 AM  
Blogger Anne Keane said...

such great photos! those looked delish.

10/02/2010 4:47 PM  
Blogger Hanna said...

those look delicious. I must make some!

10/02/2010 4:56 PM  
Blogger Pomegranate said...

I have a very definite case of pantry envy. It's in its final stages. I think it's a terminal case.

Beautiful. Thank you for sharing photos of your new house. What a fabulous accomplishment and source of inspiration. Worthy of a several page spread in a magazine.

10/15/2010 4:24 AM  
Blogger Adriana said...

Preciosa tu despensa, tu casa, y tus creaciones; me ha fascinado el orden en el que has colocado tus alimentos :) tambien me fije en los 2 kilos de Harina P.A.N.,que deliciosas son las arepas! un abrazo desde barquisimeto venezuela, ver tu blog, me ha inspirado muchisimo, gracias por compartir

9/09/2011 5:35 AM  

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