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    My husband and his coworkers request this bread at least once every 2 months. It is pretty simple to make. I got it from a BGH Cookie magazine. Prep time is approx. and includes rise time.

    Recipe #131022

    This is one my families favorites. I have made it up early in the day, upto adding the roasted garlic and the cornstarch mixture. Then just reheat on the stovetop and continued with the recipe at supper time. Prep and cook times are estimates.

    Recipe #124733

    These use no eggs or milk. I use to make them for my daycare as a child I had was a vegan (hence the name).I don't remember the actual name of them. The chocolate chips are optional or you can use carob chips. I never frosted them. Also they do freeze well. Prep time is approximate.

    Recipe #99617

    This is one of my Husbands favorite dishes. The ingredients are approximates as I usually do not measure and I usually use a 4-6 lb. roast bone-in or bone-less. It does freeze well, just sprinkle with some water and wrap in foil to reheat.

    Recipe #99455


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