26 4 / 2011

You can find the recipe here. It was INCREDIBLY delicious. I changed a couple of things:

-I used Challah, it’s my favorite bread, so it sort of figures

-in the mixture of ingredients I added a splash of fresh oj and a dash of vanilla extract

Other than that, I did exactly what she said to do. And wow. It was quick (if you don’t count how long it took to take the pics) and easy to make, and everyone loved it. 

Cubed Challah:

Some of the ingredients:

Pouring the syrup:

I love this picture, lol:

Mixture goes over the bread:

Dotting the bread with butter:

Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes:

 

Fresh out of the oven:

On the table:

And plated:

You can probably tell which pics were shot by me and the ones that weren’t (the ones with me in them lol), my ex used a Canon 5D Mark II with a 24mm-200mm zoom that is the biggest lens I have ever seen. I used a Nikon D90 with my 50mm f/1.4 prime lens. I played around with filters in post processing as I’m sure you’ve noticed. Since I’m still so new to Lightroom they’re still a novelty, and I love them, so I threw a few in without trying to overdo it. 

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