Like hamburger rolls. I just don't understand. Most of them taste like glue, or fall apart easily, or are just plain gross. And most of them cost $2.50 or more for a bag of 8. This doesn't sit well with me, people. Especially when they're not even tasty.
I found a cool looking recipe for homemade hamburger rolls, so I decided to give them a try. SUCCESS.
The recipe made 8 hamburger buns of an average size. They took less than an hour to make!
I also made homemade ketchup! Yes! Again, it was so easy. I didn't really follow a recipe, but I did use one as an ingredient guide. You can find it here. I just wanted enough to fill my ketchup bottle, so I sized it down a little. I have taken to keeping good looking glass jars and bottles, which I then use to store homemade things. I bought this special edition Heinz ketchup specifically to get the glass bottle to use for later. I love it.
Then I made a batch of my Italian dressing, which I store in an old Annie's dressing bottle. The screw cap is cracked, which bums me out, but I still use it.
I had some leftover BBQ pork steak from Monday night, so I sliced it up and made sandwiches. Baked beans + salad = dinner. So yummy. The husband and I both agreed that the buns were awesome. Add another thing to the list of groceries I will never buy again!