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    Adapted from Lorna Sass' Whole Grains, Every Day, Every Way. Really REALLY good LIGHT, MOIST and FLUFFY 100% whole grain muffins! Note: Both metric weight and cup measures included. Personally I prefer weight measurement- no need to dirty more than 2 bowls and 2 forks for mixing :) The combination of flours give it a tender, delicate crumb that is "sweet"- no bitter whole wheat flavour and the EV olive oil lightly perfumes it with a deliciously fruity scent. This combined with the aroma of the rosemary and the salty crunchy parmesan crust makes it an UNBEATABLE breakfast. Ahhh...

    Recipe #301871

    I'm posting this so I don't lose it.. I think I'll be trying this soon with all wholewheat pastry flour!

    Recipe #284140

    Found this online, and its really the easiest, fastest cake ever! Tastes good too! Plus there's practically no clean up- just one bowl needed for mixing and steaming. Definitely worth making when you have an overripe banana :)

    Recipe #259401

    This is not your regular banana quick bread. It is a real, chewy, loaf of traditional bread, complete with that wonderful bready texture! This is the first type of banana bread I ever ate actually, and it makes a fantastic stuffed peanut butter banana french toast! Found on the internet while I was pining for some real bready banana bread. Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #236482

    From Martha Stewart

    Recipe #217336

    From Martha Stewart

    Recipe #217334

    From King Arthur Flour, The Baker's Catalogue. I must try this recipe soon! Sounds great plus has very detailed instructions and tips!

    Recipe #206472

    Description on website goes like this: "Molasses cookies are surely the most ubiquitous cookie in any New England cookbook you happen to leaf through. More venerable than those newcomers, Toll House (chocolate chip) cookies (which, after all, are only about 65 years old), molasses cookies come in two basic varieties: chewy and crunchy. We'll give a formula for each, and you can do your own taste test and then come down on one side or the other of a debate that's been raging here in New England for centuries, namely, which molasses cookie is better -- hard or soft? The addition of rum to these spicy cookies helps keep them soft, and also qualifies them for a special name: Joe Froggers. Legend has it that an old man named Joe, who lived by a frog pond in Marblehead, Massachusetts, was famous for his chewy molasses cookies. One day, in thanks to a neighbor for the gift of a jug of rum, he added some of that spirit to a batch of his molasses cookie dough, then gave the cookies to the generous neighbor. Eureka! A rum-laced molasses cookie that quickly earned a great reputation around town and was christened with the name of its creator. To keep these cookies soft, we recommend storing them in an airtight container (a plastic bag is fine) as soon as they're just barely warm. Add a couple of slices of cut apple if you plan on keeping them around long."

    Recipe #206471

    From The Baker's Catologue, King Arthur Flour. Haven't tried it, but sounds wonderful!

    Recipe #206470


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