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    Breads 'n Such

    Scones, muffins, breads, and bread puddings, all are a delight in this booklet. Even dumplings made with bread. Give them all a try today and bring enjoyment to your family table. Cover Rustic Italian Bread ABM Rustic Italian Bread is a nice homestyle loaf and the cover photo by reviewer Pam-I-Am. Great recipe, great photo.
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    This is the yeast risen fruit bread that we bought all the time at A & P stores besides the Spanish Bar. Never a week went buy without it in the house. Sliced up and served with orange coloured ( squeeze the bubble) margarine. That was a job we fought over to do. Now we make out own bread and serve with butter, a much better duo. The mixed fruit in the recipe is the glaced sticky fruits and peel that you buy for Christmas cakes, and glaced cherries.

    Recipe #420831

    looking for a pizza to go with soups, beer or a glass of wine, this is fast and simple.

    Recipe #359447

    easy summer fresh open face sandwich.

    Recipe #309869

    Although this is similar as others here on Zaar, I am posting this one also for my Grandkids cookbook.

    Recipe #296796

    I call this Vienna Bread because it is exactly like the one we buy in the local bakery, only this has more flavour. It has a chewy crust, fluffy light but chewy centre, yet when toasted it is crisp as crisp as can be. This looks long but read it over and you will see that it is similar to everything that you do now when making a bread, so it is easy. What makes it even easier is that the kneading is done with your Kitchen Aid mixer and dough hook, but can be done by hand also. This recipe has a biga that is started the day before and left overnight 12 to 20 hours.

    Recipe #239666

    Yes another recipe for focaccia, can make the dough by hand or by your bread machine on dough cycle. These rolls are formed then placed in the refrigerator for 16 to 24 hours, with the refrigeration it gives them a lacy texture and a more chewier crust, so that step is important. When I make them I also so thinly slice yellow and red tomatoes on top before baking along with the spice oil, the tomato dries slightly and makes them oh so yummy. Give them a try today for baking up tomorrows lunch.

    Recipe #179996

    This is the one I make all the time. I use the bread machine to make my dough and then bake in oven to get that rustic look. It rises nice and the crust and texture is great--give it a try. Prep time includes the total bread machine and rising time. You can also make this in your KitchenAid mixer instead of the bread machine, using you kneading hook. Oil bowl cover let rise in a draft free spot.

    Recipe #95086

    this one I have been making for ten years, and always turns out fine for me even now in a different machine..Give it a try eat with ham and cheese and homemade potato soup, yummy

    Recipe #95797

    I first made Swedish Limpa for a co-worker in 1992. He had told me when his relatives came to visit they always brought loaves of this with them, and he could remember his grandmother making this and the smells of orange in the house. So I tried, it and it was a success..

    Recipe #74657

    This is our best whole wheat bread recipe. Give it a try as MarshaD did, and enjoy it with great results. This recipe really should be called Marsha's favourite bread as I would never had posted it if not for her great reviews and comments. So give my sisters bread recipe a try too.

    Recipe #110946

    This bread is very good with any buffet, or with Black Forest Ham and cheese. Easy and tasty..

    Recipe #74659

    Grandma Rose was from Calabria Italy. We always had this at Easter time. Great for toast and really good for French Toast. Just eat with a dab fresh butter and a cup of coffee. If you braid it, you can put sugar cubes on top that will burst in the oven in those areas, That is how the Italian bakeries do the tops. Ours is plain....

    Recipe #74907

    just made this recipe today...came out too high first time, adjusted it and second loaf is perfect.....I couldn't be happier... I make this on dough cycle too or the Kitchen Aid , after rise is done, I form into a loose braid let rest for 45 to 60 minutes, brush with melted butter, then bake 350 degrees, 30 minutes. Glaze with a thick confectioners sugar and cream frosting , and sprinkle toasted almonds on top, or sprinkles.

    Recipe #88299

    easy as 1 ...2....3...its creamy texture is perfect for sandwiches,,,

    Recipe #88152

    Aunt Dora also used bacon fat as part of her oil when she had it.

    Recipe #74914

    easy , quick with dates, cheddar, and apple healthy,

    Recipe #90071

    Posted this for another zaar chef, have not tried this yet myself. This recipe comes from Sandra Woodruff RD Fat Free Baking Cookbook.

    Recipe #78497

    Chocolate and cherry what could be better ???nothing!!!

    Recipe #78128

    Leeds England recipe, had this for breakfast before the church wedding for Kenneth Stobbs.

    Recipe #75098

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