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    1 Reviews |  By BB2011

    These popovers are famously served at the Jordan Pond House in Acadia National Park. This recipe was found online.

    Recipe #360513

    I received this recipe from a friend after desperately trying to find a cheaper way to make beer bread rather than paying $6 a loaf for Tastefully Simple. My mother in law raves over this and she sells TS. She likes this version better and I must say my family doesn't even know the difference.

    Recipe #341430

    4 Reviews |  By evegpt

    Recipe paraphrased from a recipe in Cooks Illustrated 1/2008 This recipe comes out best made in an enameled cast-iron dutch oven with a lid that fits tightly. It can also be made in a regular cast-iron dutch oven or a heavy stockpot. Use a mild flavored beer like Budweiser or a mild flavor non-alcoholic beer. The bread is best the day it's baked. It can be wrapped in foil and stored in a cool dry place for 2-days. This recipe makes one large, round loaf of bread

    Recipe #284687

    1 Reviews |  By 2bizzy

    I'm completely in love with Auntie Anne's pretzels so when I saw this recipe on the Food Network's website, I had to try it. They were absolutely fantastic and almost a dead ringer for the real thing. My son thanked me three times for making them. Note: I brushed them with butter at the end instead of dipping them, and they were still great!

    Recipe #437266

    This recipe came from my mother-in-law. She got it from a Church cookbook many years ago.

    Recipe #442685


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