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    Chipfo
    Sun Feb 27, 2005 2:40 pm
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    I wish I could have been here, this looks like an excellent bread and am saving the recipe to try later, good job Mean.

    All the pictures look yummy, I just ate and I WANT some now! I can't wait to make it.
    MEAN CHEF
    Sun Feb 27, 2005 3:34 pm
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    Donna M. wrote:
    Sure thing....Cranberry-Pepper Jelly (hot)

    And another that I LOVE, because besides being tasty it is SO easy because there is no prep work at all.........Cinnamon Apple Jelly

    The Cranberry-Pepper Jelly is not hot enough, in my opinion. Next time I will put some hotter peppers in, along with the jalapenos. The sugar really tames the hotness down. I am not one to eat fiery hot foods, either. I do like a medium hot flavor.

    I thought about posting the link above, but I was being lazy icon_rolleyes.gif Sorry!


    I love cranberry pepper jelly. I have never tried making it, but have always bought it here: http://www.micks.com/. It is not inexpensive, but sooo good.
    ebburtis
    Sun Feb 27, 2005 5:27 pm
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    I'm sorry I had to duck out. I'm on the East Coast and so my bread was finishing as I was getting dinner ready. Perfect timing! Donna, your pictures look so much better than mine turned out, but it still tastes great. I just finished a open faced turkey sandwich on the toasted bread with bacon and melted muenster cheese. Fabulous! And still those pictures of the rolls made me drool. My loaves turned quite dark waiting for the internal temperature to get to 205. Should I lower the heat or cover with foil next time?

    Mean Chef, thanks so much for your time and recipe. I've baked bread before, but always wanted to take a class with an expert and I learned a lot!
    WaterMelon
    Mon Feb 28, 2005 12:14 am
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    I know I'm very late.. was too busy playing with my puppy. icon_lol.gif I have the dough rising in the bowl right now... icon_biggrin.gif
    WaterMelon
    Mon Feb 28, 2005 2:00 am
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    bread went into the oven 10mins ago! the puppy is very distracting... icon_lol.gif so forgive me cause the shots are quite bad! icon_sad.gif



    #1 After the dough is formed (I use the manual method)




    #2 Rising in the loaf pan




    #3 In the oven, after I brushed it with herb butter (leftover from dinner 2 nights ago)


    Last edited by WaterMelon on Mon Feb 28, 2005 2:39 am, edited 1 time in total
    WaterMelon
    Mon Feb 28, 2005 2:36 am
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    just out from the oven - it smells heavenly!



    sliced after completely cooled

    smoke alarm jr
    Mon Feb 28, 2005 8:20 am
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    Holy Smokes Watermelon, you pics are great!

    The pics make me want to make more bread. The kids had our two loaves gone in no time.


    Congrats on the new pup. What a cutie!
    MEAN CHEF
    Mon Feb 28, 2005 11:48 am
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    Betsy Burtis wrote:
    I'm sorry I had to duck out. I'm on the East Coast and so my bread was finishing as I was getting dinner ready. Perfect timing! Donna, your pictures look so much better than mine turned out, but it still tastes great. I just finished a open faced turkey sandwich on the toasted bread with bacon and melted muenster cheese. Fabulous! And still those pictures of the rolls made me drool. My loaves turned quite dark waiting for the internal temperature to get to 205. Should I lower the heat or cover with foil next time?

    Mean Chef, thanks so much for your time and recipe. I've baked bread before, but always wanted to take a class with an expert and I learned a lot!


    Just cover with foil if the loaf starts to get too dark
    WaterMelon
    Mon Feb 28, 2005 12:13 pm
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    mean chef- would you like me to post the dough pics showing the process in addition to the finished loaf?
    MEAN CHEF
    Mon Feb 28, 2005 12:39 pm
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    WaterMelon wrote:
    mean chef- would you like me to post the dough pics showing the process in addition to the finished loaf?


    Sure. Thanks - great
    lauralie41
    Tue Mar 01, 2005 2:43 am
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    Donna M. wrote:
    Here are my pictures from the bread making process:

    Shaped and ready to rise


    All risen and ready to bake


    Fresh out of the oven


    sliced and ready to eat!


    Your bread looks awesome, I missed the bread class on Saturday and I am very sad. icon_sad.gif
    lauralie41
    Tue Mar 01, 2005 2:46 am
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    WaterMelon wrote:
    just out from the oven - it smells heavenly!



    sliced after completely cooled




    Your bread also looks so very good! Wow great pictures you all have posted.
    stormylee
    Wed Mar 09, 2005 11:29 am
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    Mean... I missed your class but want to thank you for the very helpful instructions - after constantly pinching my earlobe and kneading for what seemed like ages (kneading by hand is very good exercise!), I'm fairly confident what's now in my oven is actually bread. Yay!! Thank you!
    Chipfo
    Sun May 01, 2005 1:19 pm
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    Hey Mean, I read this class right after you held it and have been wanting to try this bread ever since. I have a friend that is a cancer patient, her voice box has been removed and the chemo almost destroyed her lower back and just went through back surgery, anyway, she has been asking for yeast dinner rolls so I decided to make this recipe. EXCELLENT! Has to be one of the best white breads I have ever made icon_biggrin.gif Thank you very much for this recipe I can tell it is going to be one of my favorites. I did have to add an extra cup of flour before kneading because it was too wet but thats OK it turned out perfect, I used almost 6 cups total and was still fairly loose and a touch skicky.

    I made 1 loaf and 10 rolls (I kept the loaf for myself and had 1 roll while still warm icon_twisted.gif ) I made a sandwich for lunch and this bread is perfect for sandwiches, can't wait for dinner now!
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