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    This is an attempt to immitate the excellent bread that is served in the Macaroni Grill Restaurant.

    Recipe #64446

    This is a wonderful loaf to have on hand for Italian dishes. Just before we serve it we like to pop it in the toaster and slather it with butter. It is extremely aromatic, and it will be hard to wait until it's done baking! This makes a one pound loaf of bread.

    Recipe #217882

    Adapted from Gourmet magazine. I have had this one in my files for ages and decided to share. This is a great choice for a dinner party or a romantic meal. I tried this with dried herbs and used half the amount when fresh was not available (Herbes de Provence is also a nice choice - again, using half the amount as the fresh). Prep time includes 30 minutes of actual prep work and the rest of the time is rising time. This makes two round loaves, about 10 slices per loaf.

    Recipe #60701

    This is really good bread. It makes good sandwichs and lovely toast.

    Recipe #187536

    A recipe I got from a boss of mine years ago. Use low-fat yogurt if you want a more sour taste. Cooking time includes both time for dough to rise twice and time for baking.

    Recipe #107301

    26 Reviews |  By Marie

    This savory Italian flatbread can be made from scratch in less than an hour. For even faster preparation, dough can be made in food processor. Recipe is slightly changed, but is originally from Taste of Home magazine. YUMMY!

    Recipe #44889

    2 Reviews |  By alijen

    I had this for lunch the other afternoon and it was amazing- we had ham sandwiches with it. Ham, sliced pineapple, a little more mustard (for me), and some lettuce is all you need. Or, enjoy this bread with some butter for a quick snack or brunch. I haven't made it, but this is the recipe my friend provided, and it looks really easy. She says to only used canned pineapple, not fresh, or else the bread will be mushy. Oh, and I promise there is only a hint of Dijon, so don't get scared!

    Recipe #98924

    This is a somewhat sweet bread that rises nice and high and has a moist texture. It makes great fluffernutter sandwiches (marshmallow fluff and peanut butter). Note: This recipe tends to be too wet, so add extra flour as necessary until the dough is no longer sticking to the sides of the machine.

    Recipe #172840

    This is a common recipe here in Newfoundland. There's nothing like homemade raisin bread. I got this recipe from Newfoundland site. It did not call for cinnamon, but raisin bread is not the same without the cinnamon.The recipe says it makes 3 loaves but I think it could make 4.Making 3 tends to yield large loaves.

    Recipe #168819

    14 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This bread is so easy to put together using my KitchenAid Mixer and dough hook. It produces a crusty loaf that is wonderful toasted and served with homemade jam. Also makes a hearty sandwich bread. Recipe is courtesy of Williams-Sonoma Essentials of Heathful Cooking.

    Recipe #107864

    After trying to find a good recipe for focaccia, I realized everyone seemed to do it their own way. This is my version. My kids call it "that pizza bread". It goes wonderfully with soup or salad.

    Recipe #123849

    1 Reviews |  By fawn512

    These are fluffy and soft. From "Recipes from the Old Mill - Baking With Whole Grains" by Sarah E. Myers and Mary Beth Lind.

    Recipe #149707

    Yummy pull-apart bread that was part of a county fair baking competition. It is baked in an angel pan and is delicious sliced and toasted. Slice it thin and use it for sandwiches. I make a double batch and slice it and freeze it with 2 slices to a baggie. Then take it out and thaw it and toast it. It won't stay in our house.

    Recipe #101100

    At Christmas time Romanian mothers readied the dough for baking these delicious breads with a variety of fillings. The smells of Cozonac baking would stir my senses. As a little girl, I knew there would be merriment and lots of good food. On Christmas Eve, relatives and their friends with musical instruments moved from house to house in the large Romanian community where I grew up. They would serenade us with Romanian Christmas songs and my mother would lay out Cozonac, Placinta with apples or sweetened cottage cheese, yeast doughnuts with lemon curd filling, and other lovely Old World style baking. There would be fresh sarmale (cabbage rolls), mititea, (sausage), pickled cucumbers, liquors and liqueurs, and home made wine. If families could afford it, money was also given to the carollers which would be divided between them at the end of their carolling. The feast was the carollers' reward for bringing joy in our homes, and was my signal that Mosu Craciun (Father Christmas) was about to arrive. The carollers moved throughout the Romanian community all night, during Christmas Eve, until dawn. I would sneak out of bed to watch the muscicians and listen to the carols. When they were gone I was sent to my bed, but quietly sneaked a peek to watch my parents put out the few toys for the youngest children and stockings filled with fruit nuts and cookies for the elders, and perhaps new mittens and socks. I was the eldest girl. There are many variations of fillings for the Cozonac. The basic dough does not vary much.

    Recipe #147604

    This lovely bread takes a bit of effort but it's worth it for that special occasion, or if you just really like a crusty bread with lots of flavour. Very yummy used as bread for an open sandwich! Remember to plan a day ahead, because the first stage involves leaving the mixture overnight.

    Recipe #19802

    This is the best Cinnamon Raisin Bread I've ever had! It really has a great consistency and smells WONDERFUL while baking. I made this for the first time about a year ago and since it makes 3 loaves, I gave one to my neighbor. Now she asks for it constantly and since it is so fun to make, I oblige her, plus I get to keep the other 2 loaves!

    Recipe #98867

    This bread is so delicious and will really make your house smell wonderful as it is baking. I've fooled around with this recipe and have done various things (used olive oil instead of butter, added basil and oregeno) etc, so it is very versitle. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

    Recipe #107933

    1 Reviews |  By Marie

    This wonderful bread has a combination of cottage cheese, mozzarella and Parmesan cheese in it. This is soooo good!

    Recipe #102936

    A really good comfort bread. Its not spongy like wonder bread, and goes very well with lentil soup.

    Recipe #142080

    This is the big brother of Hermann, the sweetie. Siegfried starts out the same as Hermann, however the feeding is different and is what turns this into bread dough instead of cake dough. Check out part 2 SIEGFRIED – The Feeding and Care for instructions on how to raise your Siegfried baby. Oh, and don’t forget to check out his little brother Hermann! He is in charge of the cakes.

    Recipe #142085

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