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    A wonderfully rustic Italian flat bread with rosemary, dried cranberries and chopped walnuts. My picture is made with the least amount of dried cranberries. I wished I had added an entire cup so as to have a piece in every bite. The milk helps promote a tender crumb. Can sub sun-dried tomatoes for the cranberries.

    Recipe #464762

    On a mission to find "the" pumpkin bread a distant relative makes - after years of begging for the recipe to no avail!

    Recipe #402116

    This bread is absolutely amazing!!! I started with the basic dough from the book "Artisan Breads in 5 Minutes a Day" and then started to play around. This is a deliciously sweet (not too sweet, though) bread loaded with nuts and cranberries and then topped off with brown sugar and almond crust. This is very close to the bread from "When Pigs Fly" except it doesn't cost $7 a loaf. This comes together very easily, so don't let the long list turn you off. This makes 4 loaves. The original recipe could be set aside in the fridge for up to 2 weeks, allowing you to make a loaf when you liked. I'm not sure this would work, since I haven't tried it. Also, I like to use non stick foil, but feel free to use a pizza stone instead (with corn meal to avoid sticking). UPDATE: I have changed the order around a bit, since it seems that there was an unexpected fermentation between the yeast and the cranberries.

    Recipe #282324

    I love this unusual gingerbread recipe and have always gotten great reviews. I got the recipes years ago from a cookbook that Benson & Hedges put out. (I haven't smoked since 1986 so you can tell that I have had this for a long time.)

    Recipe #16885

    Kahlua-mmmmmmmm, dates-great, nuts-yummy. When I saw this recipe I had to try it immediately. Slice thinly, enjoy with a cup of tea or maybe even with a small glass of Kahlua.

    Recipe #114260

    1 Reviews |  By loof

    A delicious breakfast treat from the Junior League of North Harris County TX. Cooking time includes rising time...

    Recipe #279403

    These are the softest and most delicious rolls I've ever had. There's NOT a bit of pumpkin flavor....the pumpkin just seems to add moistness and color. My father and brother (who don't eat pumpkin) love these rolls when I make them at holiday dinners. I have to make a double batch because some people just sit and fill up on these rolls instead of dinner. They stay soft for days if wrapped. Prep time includes the waiting time for rising.

    Recipe #116224

    This yeast bread tastes heavenly and looks fantastic. Everyone will wonder how you got the chocolate filling into such an elaborate pattern. But the best part is how great a slice tastes when warmed in the microwave. Recipe makes three loaves so you can give one as a gift, freeze one for later baking and still have one to eat now. Rising and resting times are included in cook time.

    Recipe #73879

    These muffins are delicious with fresh summer peaches. If you use frozen peaches, make sure to thaw them and drain any liquid before chopping.

    Recipe #97329

    From April/May 2011 Cook's Country

    Recipe #452676

    From Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoe Francois.

    Recipe #457983

    What a delicious focaccia this is - the taste is so wonderful with the cranberries, I hope you enjoy it as much as we did -

    Recipe #389410

    These are a nice twist to a standard oatmeal muffin. The addition of the whole wheat flour and using dark brown sugar and yogurt just changes the taste and texture of the normal muffin recipe I make. I hope you enjoy the twists to this recipe too. I found this in the Cooking Club magazine.

    Recipe #422108

    Recipe #400634

    This was the winning entry at the 2010 Iowa State Fair for the Tone's Spices Best Cinnamon Roll Contest - Overall Winner - 2010 Iowa State Fair Recipe created by Janice Nostrom of Humboldt . Janice, I can't wait to try this as my rolls are so bad I don't even try to make them any more. I have high hopes with this recipe from Janice. Thank you!! Rise Time: about 2-1/2 hours

    Recipe #435816

    This recipe is not EXACTLY like they have around here, but I am working on it. This will give you a really good idea of what we bring home from a donut shop in and around Houston. These breakfast treats come from the Czech immigrants who settled the Texas Hill Country (between Houston and Austin and around Austin), and frequently come in a fruit type (dimpled and filled, like a danish) that is also available up North, and meat (which apparently doesn't exist anywhere else but around here in Texas). Ham and cheese has always been one of my favorites. The amount of flour you use will greatly depend on whether you are making this in or around Houston right before or after a rainstorm, as I always seem to; or if you are making it someplace with a normal, low level of humidity. Start the sponge the night before.

    Recipe #229820

    Delicious moist dense bread with a wonderful orange aroma and yummy bits of chocolate. I use half whole wheat and half white flour but it works great with just one type. I prefer semi-sweet chocolate but have tried it with dark and milk, of course, both good.

    Recipe #298774

    Afternoon tea wouldn't be the same for my family without these scones. Enjoy!

    Recipe #342867

    9 Reviews |  By Hanka

    Light moist and so easy to make.This recipe was given to me by Irish chef. These are truly best scones I ever had. Great with butter, jam or creme-fresh. They also freeze well.

    Recipe #246724

    2 Reviews |  By Mary_K

    This recipe came from a low-cal cook book. It surprisingly moist and flavorful! I have served it with a whipped cinnamon butter for those that aren't concerned with being healthy. I've also served it with light whipped cream as low-fat dessert. Try it!

    Recipe #270300

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