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    My friend's husband made this for us shortly after we'd both had babies. It was such a welcome treat to have something so delicious made for us...without doing any of the work! This bread has lots of flavor and is well seasoned. I believe you shouldn't have to read 50 reviews in order to get a recipe right and this one is perfect as is. He said it came from his bread machine recipe book. He used the dough cycle to do most of the work then baked it in the oven. I have to admit I'm submitting this recipe not so much in the interest of sharing this joy with others but so I won't ever risk losing the recipe again.

    Recipe #507430

    I spent last summer with a family in Madrid and every night without fail, we had this salad. I have not had the typical American dinner salad since I've been back and all my friends request it as well. Even my boyfriend, who swore he could never give up his ranch dressing, has yet to go back. Very simple yet delicious. Enjoy.

    Recipe #206189

    Everytime my friend Joy makes these for a gathering, people always sneak a few in their pockets when they leave (no exaggeration). These are easy to make if you have the time and they smell wonderful. I think the key is using a mix of flour. I use mostly white with a little whole wheat. I wouldn't call them sweet in a dessert sense and they go well with everything from icing to butter to Italian beef sandwiches.

    Recipe #110983

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