Saturday, March 26, 2011

Pure Linen

The best towels for covering rising bread dough are linen. 

I found two new towels at the Goodwill a couple weeks ago.
I bought one to share.

This American Pewter towel will be given away on April 1.
Just leave a comment on this post if your kitchen could use a new Pure Linen towel.  :)



9 comments:

Brenda said...

I did not know that linen towels are best for rising bread. Thanks for the tip.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Wow I didn't know that either!! I made rolls last night. The linen towel would have come in handy :-) The blue linen towel is really pretty. Thanks for sharing.

Monica said...

What a fantastic find! Some of the most interesting things can be found in Goodwill stores.

Barb said...

Love the towel!

Diane H said...

Your absolutely right! Thanks very much for a chance. I don't get to the thrift stores as often as I'd like to - is it bad that I worry about what treasures I'm missing out on?

Kathy H said...

I didn't know that a linen towel would work best for rising dough. I always use a terry towel. I could definitely use a linen towel. Very pretty too. Thanks for the chance to win.

Lynda Halliger-Otvos said...

Lovely towel, thanks for the giveaway. Secondhand stores and shops fill me with wonder as the amazing treasures unearthed give me pause to remember, reminisce and plan to create new keepsakes.

gill said...

I collect tea towels from places I visit so an American one would be awesome!
I make my own bread so I did already know to cover with a tea towel but didn't know that a linen one was best!

Chris said...

Oh........how lovely. My bread would rise so nicely beneath that gem.