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About Aut @ Along the Road

You can find Aut at Along the Road where she records her family's journey through marriage, kindergarten, and a simple healthy approach to life. A strictly southern girl she is adjusting to life in the Midwest after 9 months in Indianapolis. Lover of Clemson football, most any candy, and all things monogrammed, come see what she is cooking up at Along the Road.

Grain Mill Wagon Experience: First I would like to thank WonderMill for giving me the opportunity to participate in the Grain Mill Wagon Challenge. It has been lots of fun experimenting with new recipes and seeing the change in my family's health along the way. Although baking everything from scratch isn't always easy or convenient, it has definitely been worth the effort. I look forward to using my WonderMill for many years to come.


finished tortilla

I’m an all or nothing kind of girl, so when we made the switch to grinding our flour it was a total switch.  I know some people keep a bag of white flour, or use part fresh and part bag … Continue reading

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Magic Muffins


When I started using freshly milled wheat I really struggled with baking bread, largely because yeast scares me!  Are the ingredients in the right order, is it touching my wet ingredients, is my water warm enough?  Then I learned that … Continue reading

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Delightful Cinnamon Rolls

cinnamon rolls

One of my favorite things to bake (and eat if I’m being honest) are cinnamon rolls.  They are super simple and give my family a great source of whole grain while indulging their sweet-tooth all in one bite.  The great thing about … Continue reading

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Simple WW Bread

finished bread

When I started grinding my own wheat it was the beginning of a whole new journey, not just with freshly milled wheat, but with bread baking in general.  The first loaf or two twenty were a complete disaster, and my sweet … Continue reading

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Best Biscuits


Being a true southern girl, I have a love for biscuits that’s deeper than the tall tails my grandfather tells.  But I don’t want just any biscuits, I want homemade, soft, melt-in-your-mouth biscuits.  My grandmother made the best kind, and … Continue reading

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