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    What kind of bread have you made recently?

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    TCookie
    Tue Apr 05, 2005 11:58 am
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    I'm bragging- I made "David Soo Hoo's Pork Bao" yesterday and they totally rocked!
    When I have time, I'll post the recipe... one where you assemble dough in the bread machine and then shape/bake outside. The BBQ pork filling was amazing.
    Zewbiedoo
    Tue Apr 05, 2005 2:06 pm
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    Fairy Nuff wrote:


    And Zewbiedoo....I already have your Garlic Herb Pepperoni bread in my cookbook, just waiting for me to bake it!!!!!

    I've put your new recipe in as well but I will be very hard pressed to find Jalepeno Jack cheese here....would any sort of chilli cheese be ok to sub???


    I would think any cheese you like would do just fine. Garlic goes well with parmesan, mozzarella, cheddar, etc., I think!
    Marsha D.
    Tue Apr 05, 2005 5:39 pm
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    I made recipe #97023 " Qunicy's Yeast Rolls " today. Very delicious too!
    Kater
    Mon Apr 11, 2005 11:30 am
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    Fairy Nuff - your Crusty Cheese pull apart bread recipe went flying into my cookbook - yummy!

    I've been making several different recipes lately, in search of one that is close to my grandma's recipe. Unfortunately, grandma can't remember how she made her bread (she's in her 80s) but it had the chewiest, moistest texture and was very dense and yummy. It was just a plain white bread but everytime we'd go visit, I'd eat practically the whole loaf for breakfast. I'm going to start trying some recipes using bread flour and see if that produces the texture I'm looking for.

    These are the ones I've tried lately:

    Amish White Bread by Karen =^..^=

    Brown Bread by smoke alarm jr.

    Delicious Milk and Honey Bread - 2 Loaves by KC_Cooker
    RéeLani
    Wed Apr 13, 2005 12:00 pm
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    Last night I made A Unique and Delicious Braided Bread by foodchef2.

    Was easy to mix up and work with. I wish I had a digital camera 'cause it sure looked great when it came out of the oven.
    Pumpkie
    Wed Apr 13, 2005 12:06 pm
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    I have Laudee's Texas Roadhouse rolls recipe #66307 and I made her Cinnamon Butter recipe #66308 to go with them hopefully I'll have pictures later!

    okay picture time I baked these in muffin tin instead of a round pan not sure if I'm happy how the shape is so next time I'll try the round



    RéeLani
    Mon Apr 18, 2005 11:14 am
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    This weekend I made Dillbrot (Dill Bread). I make this fairly frequently. Only difference is I add a tsp of dry dill weed to the mix.

    Mmmm!
    Heather Sullivan
    Tue May 03, 2005 8:13 am
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    Woohoo! I made naan bread for the first time today using a recipe from my indian restaurant food cookbook. They came out pretty well but I think I will have to write a note in my cookbook that they're a little on the sweet side.
    I need to make pitta breads... my naan breads puffed up with a pocket on the side much like a pitta bread so I think I'd be good at making pitta breads...
    Pumpkie
    Thu May 12, 2005 6:10 pm
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    Smoke Alarm Jr's Brown Bread recipe #68269 I got 3 large loaves this is a nice change from white breads.



    It rises beautifully and quick

    Heather Sullivan
    Fri May 13, 2005 6:12 am
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    Oh! How strange... Brown Bread here means something inbetween wholewheat and white bread (it doesn't use all of the wheat or something unlike wholemeal) or sometimes just wholemeal bread is called brown bread because of its colour.

    I'm making my Pain De Mie today. I got around to publishing the recipe and I cheated and made it in the kitchenaid. We'll see if the slight change of not letting the dough rise quite so much before baking helps with the amazing strength of the dough pushing bricks off of it icon_lol.gif
    Edit: Okay, no more Mrs Nice Guy icon_evil.gif icon_mad.gif I did manage to get the loaf into the oven and the weight staying on top but some of the dough managed to creep out anyway. I think next time I am just not going to let the dough rise at all after the first one. Just scrape it in and cover and bake. icon_evil.gif
    Edit again: Okay so after I used a knife to scrap off the stuff on the pan and got it out of the pan safely, it looked pretty good. I even got to do the crustless sandwiches thing icon_cool.gif
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