test shot / by Josey Baker

is anybody out there? do people even read blogs any more? 

i've heard from a handful of folks lately that they miss my blog posts... is it true? truth be told i've mostly moved my sharing to the instagram realm... but i don't wanna leave folks hanging if people actually come here to check out what's happenin in the JBB realm... do me a favor and if you're curious for more good ol' fashioned blog posts then send up a smoke signal, shoot me a note, leave a comment here. and i'll get back in the saddle of this beast.

in the mean time, look at what i just found while perusing the archives of this here blog, all from way back in 2010 -

this is how i used to get my bread around town. and not just my bread - as you can see from the pile of stuff, i would also bring all of my bread making supplies with me. a bit of a gypsy baker if you will.

this is how i used to get my bread around town. and not just my bread - as you can see from the pile of stuff, i would also bring all of my bread making supplies with me. a bit of a gypsy baker if you will.

this was the first time that i baked a bunch of bread and tried selling it to strangers. it was at the Underground Farmer's Market in 2011, and i baked all the bread at Pizzaiolo real early in the morning. and that's my original JBB sign!! i used my totally sick graphic design microsoft word art skillz to turn that into my logo as well. awwwwww memories.

this was the first time that i baked a bunch of bread and tried selling it to strangers. it was at the Underground Farmer's Market in 2011, and i baked all the bread at Pizzaiolo real early in the morning. and that's my original JBB sign!! i used my totally sick graphic design microsoft word art skillz to turn that into my logo as well. awwwwww memories.

and my how our standards evolve... back in 2010 these were the most beautiful loaves i had ever baked. if i pulled these outta the oven today i would be pretty disappointed in myself... just growing, changing, becoming my best self. (as my sweet sweet wife likes to say.)

and my how our standards evolve... back in 2010 these were the most beautiful loaves i had ever baked. if i pulled these outta the oven today i would be pretty disappointed in myself... just growing, changing, becoming my best self. (as my sweet sweet wife likes to say.)

anyway, that is that. is anybody out here or am i yelling into the abyss? rather, who else is in the this abyss with me?

<3 jb