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    The Cheese Braids I adopted. (Picture)

    mianbao
    Mon Feb 21, 2005 9:37 am
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    I baked these yesterday, from a Recipezaar recipe I adopted. It made very tender light rich bread. icon_biggrin.gif The recipe is Cheddar Braids recipe #6728. I used 17 g fresh yeast instead of the dry yeast, because I had some to use up. The recipe was submitted in 2000, but has no reviews.

    Donna M.
    Mon Feb 21, 2005 10:42 am
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    WOW! Looks like you adopted a keeper. That bread looks absolutely scrumptious! Too bad you can't review your own recipe. I guess you could add your comments to the description at the top of the recipe, though.
    mianbao
    Mon Feb 21, 2005 10:53 am
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    Donna M. wrote:
    WOW! Looks like you adopted a keeper. That bread looks absolutely scrumptious! Too bad you can't review your own recipe. I guess you could add your comments to the description at the top of the recipe, though.

    Thank you. icon_biggrin.gif I did put some comments at the top of the recipe. I wish I were a better photographer, but I did think the bread came out good. I has a lot of egg, butter and cheese in it, so perhaps it's not really a modern recipe - to me it tastes like a cheesy brioche.
    Donna M.
    Mon Feb 21, 2005 11:08 am
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    I just went and took a look at the recipe. That IS a rich bread! With all that butter and cheese, I'm surprised it was so light. Maybe the eggs helped it along. It certainly does look very yummy!
    WaterMelon
    Mon Feb 21, 2005 10:40 pm
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    I think you did a fantastic job, MB. Looks so yummy!
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