A lot of my friends think it is difficult to bake bread. Actually, all you need is some time and never to worry about any that looks strange. Here is some chili cheese bread I made this morning. I took a lot of pictures because if you have not baked bread before, it will be easy to follow along. Split the peppers and scrape out the seeds. I use a ¼ inch tsp for this. Now wash your hands or you may be sorry later! I only had some soft Edam cheese so I used a knife and cut up about a cup. In a large bowl, take about 4 cups flour and add 1 tsp salt, 3 tsp sugar, the cheese and peppers. I add the cheese now so it gets dredged in flour. Also add 1 tsp butter. Take 1 ½ cups water and heat it until it is just a little bit warmer than milk in a baby’s bottle. Add that to 3 tsp yeast and mix it up. Put that in a warm place for about 4 minutes and in the mean time use a cutting knife and chop everything together in the bowl. Take the yeast water and pour it into the bowl and start mixing it adding additional flour until it is pretty stiff. Now for some fun. Drop the dough onto a floured board and start kneading it. Kneading just means to fold the dough in half again and again until it starts to be like a soft clay. Form it into a ball and place it into a lightly oiled bowl. I place it in a plastic bag and let it raise for about 40 minutes. It will double in size. Now knead it a bit more and cut it in half with a knife and try as best as possible to form two loafs and place each one in an oiled bread pan. Don’t worry if it looks like this, because after you let it rise for another 40 minutes, the yeast keep working until it looks like this. Bake it for 25 or so minutes at 350c or 175f until it sounds hollow when you flick it with your thumb and enjoy!