i grabbed a recipe off the internet and modified a little.. I used AP flour and i cut down the proofing time , i didn't have bread flour . Bread flour is better due to higher gluten..that said they still tasted great..
they are pretty simple to make , takes around 2hr total time including proofing..
Did you put it in a big bucket? I've never heard of a hot water heating lasting that long. That company must be out of business. 10 years and done is usually the case for me. You know you are getting old when you have gone through many hot water heaters.
My company told us on Thursday that we should hit the streets again this week. No more work from home. The state requires companies to provide ppe but for me to get mine I would have to make an appointment to drive all the way out to the Oyster Bay Area of LI and all they are giving the sales reps is 2 disposable masks and a 200 ml bottle of hand sanitizer. Not worth it obviously. Not all my customers are allowing sales reps back in yet but most of them seem happy to see me.