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    Okay, it's a silly name, but it's healty and made with approx. 80% whole grains. The other 20% is white bread just to lighten things up a bit. Hey, you don't want to drop the loaf on your foot and break a toe! Well, anyway, I came up with the recipe, made it, and I like it. I hope you do, too ... p.s. If you try making this bread in the oven after the dough cycle is done and you don't like it, don't blame me. Why? Because it's a BREAD MACHINE recipe, okay? :)

    Recipe #445652

    I was recently in Gettysburg where I had a bowl of sweet red pepper and gouda soup. It was really good. I couldn't find a similar recipe on this site, but I found one on a blog spot called "dinnerdoldrumsnomore". It came out just like the one I was served... So, here it is... Enjoy! --The Mad Slovak --

    Recipe #436946

    This is my own recipe. I think it's very good. It makes its own glaze as it cooks, not too sweet and not too spicy. I like to serve it with garlic mashed potatoes or twice baked potatoes.

    Recipe #402749


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