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    Esy yummy banana nut bread recipe,with pineapple! Yumm! 8)

    Recipe #36336

    This is great. Like a wonderful, vegetarian sandwich. A salad and a glass of wine and you've got a meal!

    Recipe #61144

    This makes great rolls and scones!!! I lost this recipe for over a year and could not find one that was as light. Now that it is on the web I won't ever loose it again!! It was a bread recipe from the back of a wheat bag but I use it for rolls. Can grease 2 1/2 size cans and use as pans. Fill cans 1/2 full.

    Recipe #74008

    Wow, I just made these today, and the smell that filled my kitchen was heavanly! I found these in a magazine, and its my new favorite recipe, its even not that high in fat or calories...but you'd never know!

    Recipe #102173

    7 Reviews |  By Malriah

    In response to a request for cast-iron recipes. This recipe is the whole reason I bought my first cast-iron skillet. Now I am just waiting for the skillet to be seasoned well enough to make this! Cook time includes saute time for the corn.

    Recipe #52517

    7 Reviews |  By Dib's

    The longer you keep it, tho more sour it will become!

    Recipe #10834

    These are so soft and yummy! They remind me of some I had as a child that a neighbor made all the time. I am so glad to have found this recipe. For convenience I use instant potatoes a lot and it works fine. These are even better the next day which to me with bread is rare, so I plan to make them for Thanksgiving this year.

    Recipe #178282

    If you like rolls with a tough crust, this is your roll. These are exactly like the rolls I ate when I lived in Germany. My brother found this recipe and had me test it out. Turns out really yummy.

    Recipe #155240

    3 Reviews |  By Molly53

    An old Pennsylvania Dutch recipe. From the US Regional Cookbook, Chicago Culinary Arts Institute, 1947

    Recipe #57172

    A recipe that uses leftover boiled potato and potato water.

    Recipe #56938

    The most moist, delicious pumpkin bread. I have been making this since junior high when making goodies for teachers. So delicious!

    Recipe #97912

    This recipe is from Nancy Silverton of La Brea Bakery. Nancy is well known for her baking expertise and particularly for her sourdough. You can find the recipe for Recipe #316306 here; you will need it for this recipe. This bread is light and airy with a nice crust and crumb. Very good!

    Recipe #316417

    This recipe is from Nancy Silverton of La Brea Bakery. Nancy is well known for her baking expertise and particularly for her sourdough. This is the best Sourdough Bread Starter that I have had the pleasure of making. It is easy, quick to prepare and gives your breads the best sourdough flavor around. I have also posted her famous Recipe #316417 here. Please feel free to search the web for more of Nancy's bread recipes using this starter. I have found breads of all walks, pancakes, waffles, etc.

    Recipe #316306

    I've recently started getting into making scones. This is a delicious recipe for them! If you like, add "Recipe#953365" as suggested by reviewer Marsha D.

    Recipe #244361

    Another great recipe from Betty Crocker! These lil muffins are packed with the chili releno flavor, and are bite size, perfect for morning breakfast or an appetizer! Love this recipe

    Recipe #221368

    This is a bakery-quality bread that is on regular rotation at my house and has been so for many years it is one of my family's favorite breads, because of the addition of egg the rising time will be slightly longer than usual --- there is very little sugar and no butter or shortening in this bread which gives this bread a spongy-like texture, perfect for dipping! If you are a jalapeño lover then by all means add in as much jalapeño peppers as you desire, this bread does not require forming into a loaf shape just shape into two large balls which makes it an easy recipe for a beginner baker :)

    Recipe #137007

    This great cornbread recipe has been in our family forever...it was my Mamaw Smith's favorite. Please be aware that it can be quite hot & spicy, especially for those who are not use to jalapeno peppers.

    Recipe #268258

    This is a "Paula Deen" recipe that my brother gave to me. I haven't tried it yet but DH loves pineapple so it probably won't be long before I'm whipping up a batch of these. I think this would be a great dish to make with your children.

    Recipe #101893

    I came across this recipe in my Taste Of Home in the "Good Food That's Good For You" article, submitted by Kerry Dority. I think they sound so good and would be an excellent side to a big hot pot of chicken noodle soup.

    Recipe #191773

    These biscuits are legendary at the State Fair of Texas. For about twenty years Ray Gregg, a chef at a local Dallas hotel, gave at least one demonstration each day on making "Batch Biscuits" for the three-week run of the Fair.) A "batch" being anything from six biscuits to two hundred -- which he baked for his normal demo, and the biscuits on the last day of the fair always tasted the same as they did on the first day. Ray had a comic flair that livened his demos. For instance, he would go to great length to emphasize the necessity of using accurate amounts of each ingredient -- then he would reach over and get a 5-gallon can in which he kept his flour and then poured several pounds into his huge 24-inch wooden mixing bowl, getting big laughs as he fanned the cloud of flour dust which resulted. He was equally exact with the other ingredients scooping a big wad of shortening direct from the can with his hand, and pouring "glugs" of milk direct from the jug. He also emphasized the necessity of being gentle with the dough to keep it from becoming tough by being ever so gentle after turning the dough onto the flowered surface -- he almost treated the tough as if it was fire hot. In his patter he would emphasize the need for gentleness and the necessity of "kneading all the lumps out, but occasionally you will encounter a stubborn lump so you have to -- " and he would reach over and get his 2-feet long rolling stick and give the dough several whacks -- which always surprised the audience, and slung bits of dough all over the place ( a la Gallagher and the watermelon bit.) He always got a big laugh from this bit of stick. I have had good results with this recipe over the years and I don't see the necessity of "fixin' what ain't broke," so, I will just hang on to this one. Later addition: After using this recipe for over thirty years I finally learned that the biscuits can be made much easier and faster with the use of a food processor. Just place the flour and shortening in the processor and give the "pulse" button three shorts bumps to achieve the normal "corn-meal sized particles." Add the milk and zap for about three or four seconds or until the dough forms a ball and starts riding on top of the mixing blade. My ol' southern Mama would flip in her grave if she knew I was making biscuits with a food processor!

    Recipe #217692

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