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    Breads: Corn, Fruit, & Machine

    BREAD is one of those foods which serves the five elements with grace. Wheat is of the Earth, is baked with Fire, must be kneaded and uses yeast [both acts or elements of Air], and requires Water. The fifth element is our manipulation of the dough; the skillful practiced hand. Akasha personified. If you don't know what any of this means or matters, it's okay. Please just move on to the recipes and enjoy them.

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    1 Reviews |  By Pagan

    This is an old recipe from Elswet's mother. We have no idea where it came from, but the family name was McQueen. ;) This is the diabetic version. The alternate ["normal"] ingredients are listed as comments.

    Recipe #177523

    1 Reviews |  By Pagan

    This stuff is GREAT! It goes with anything Italian, or can make anything SEEM Italian. Give it a try!

    Recipe #174740

    Growing up in the south, fish and hush puppies are a staple. I've just recently gotten this recipe from my mother in law who owns a local restaurant. Letting the batter sit for a while before cooking will result in fluffier hush puppies.

    Recipe #101662

    1 Reviews |  By Pagan

    The base recipe for this is Recipe #129975, but my Lady is diabetic, and the sugar was a bit high. I did this so I could see the sugar content for OUR version of it, and thought it was worth sharing because this bread by Marsha D is FANTASTIC!

    Recipe #174509

    Living in a small town on another continent, there are a few dishes I miss. True Japanese cuisine which orignates from somewhere other than a SteakHouse, AUTHENTIC Chinese food, and good old English Damper are but a few. My Lady, being the Goddess She is, worked and worked until She got it right for me. These are biscuits, which taste like the beloved damper of my youth. If you aren't familiar with damper, it's a quickbread wrapped in aluminum foil and tossed onto the coals of the fire, usually in the fireplace. The original damper is very easy to make, but to make them as biscuits, took some work and lots of adjustments. I hope you enjoy these very soft, bread-like biscuits. They are NOT "Southern" biscuits, by any means.

    Recipe #174508

    2 Reviews |  By Pagan

    These are fantastic with chicken, pork, or seafood! It almost doesn't matter how the meat is cooked, what its accompanying dishes are, or how it's seasoned, these biscuits go with just about anything! They're light and fluffy, and taste wondermous! Substitute sugar for artificial sweetener if you're not sugar conscious, and white flour for whole wheat if you're not carb conscious. ;)

    Recipe #173536

    3 Reviews |  By Pagan

    Great frozen-ahead day-starters! Easy to make, with a yield of 18-24 muffins, depending on how full you fill the muffin cups. We started with TGirl's Banana Muffins recipe, Recipe #56480 for anyone who wants them in their original form from TGirl, tripled the recipe, and altered it to suit our own tastes. You can also add in 1 teaspoon lemon extract for a wonderful lemony banana muffin, or 2/3 cup minced fresh pineapple, or both! We hope you enjoy them.

    Recipe #173369

    I'm new to the world of corn breads and hush puppies, but I tried the Hush puppies by *jen* and was a true convert. This is one of my Lady's recipes, to which I've just been introduced. Wowee! These are spicy, light, fluffy, and great! And taste kinda like one of those cheese-stuffed jalapeno things you can get at the chicken place. ;) Hope you like them as much as I did! NOTE: If you WANT them hot, hot...toast the seeds to a medium brown, grind them with a mortar and pestle (see photos), and add them into the batter. They will be HOT!

    Recipe #173214

    This recipe goes back over 30 years, it's a basic recipe but produces a fabulous cornbread, you may add in some jalapeno peppers, cayenne, corn kernels or any extras you desire ---you will love this cornbread!

    Recipe #77311

    4 Reviews |  By Pagan

    For those of you who wish to watch the waistline, or cannot have sugar or fat for health reasons, this is a tasty bread which I make twice a week for my Dear Wife, who is diabetic. She highly enjoys it, and I hope you do, too. [This is highly adapted and readapted from the Bread Machine instruction book.]

    Recipe #171495

    12 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Really, really good! The first loaf didnt stand a chance!

    Recipe #19529

    Great french toast bread or serve with cream cheese and honey for a dessert bread.

    Recipe #17097

    37 Reviews |  By Marie

    This is a wonderful tasting bread recipe with excellent texture that can also be used to make cinnamon rolls. Yum!

    Recipe #85042

    This rich bread is great for an afternoon snack. Add butter and cinnamon/sugar for an extra treat.

    Recipe #100024

    1 Reviews |  By najwa

    This is sweet and rich. Lovely toasted with a little butter! You may substitute prunes for the raisins.

    Recipe #103318

    4 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    I have not made this yet but DS (the pepperoni lover) is dying for me to do it. Anything in the bread machine has got to be good! From a 1999 school cookbook. Times depend on your bread machine so judge accordingly.

    Recipe #103354

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