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Filled French Bread Sammitch

  There is a similar recipe here. For this version, we browned a couple pounds of ground beef with a bag of frozen peppers, a diced onion, and a couple tablespoons of Fiesta Chili Powder and garlic. We drained the meat and then stirred in just a tad of beef broth.  I don’t think we […]

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Gingerbread Muffins

Memorial Day Weekend we had our oldest daughter and her family of four, the single man who had been a groomsmen in their wedding three years ago, a teenaged boy who is a friend of our son’s, and a friend of mine from church (a deaf lady who is teaching me sign while pretending I […]

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Cottage Cheese Dill Bread

As good as it looks.  I forgot to take a picture until I’d already started slicing it, though.  This makes a soft bread, good with butter or cream cheese.  It’s also fairly easy to make for a yeast bread. Ingredients:2 Tablespoons yeast1/2 cup of warm water2 cups (16 oz container) cottage cheese4 Tablespoons honey3 Tablespoons […]

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Quick Bread Variations

I’ve had this since my freshman year in high school- my home ec teacher passed it out. That was, um, so long ago it won’t be polite for you to ask how long ago for another three decades. I’ve used it often. Baseline Recipe2 1/2 cups flour1 cup sugar1 Tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon baking powder1 […]

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Granny Tea’s Burp Bread

3 3/4 c. warm water3 pkgs. dry yeast6 tbsp. sugar5 tsp. salt6 tbsp. butter2 eggs10 c. flour1 Tupperware mixing bowl (large orange) Mix water and yeast. Add everything except flour. Put 1/2 flour in, stir well. Put rest of flour in. Mix well. Put seal on bowl. Let stand until lid pops off.* Grease and […]

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Basil Biscuits

Basil Biscuits 1/3 cup chopped fresh basil, chopped (we use generous amounts of dried basil)1 stick of buttertwo cups of flour1/2 cup parmesan cheese, grated2 teaspoons baking powder1/2 teaspoon baking soda3/4 cup of yogurt (it has to be yogurt), unflavored. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Slice the butter and put it into a large bowl […]

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Whole Wheat Sandwich Rolls

The recipe comes from the More With Less Cookbook and is for doughnuts or regular rolls. The technique for making buns that you can split for sandwiches is one I just figured out, and could be used with any bread dough recipe. This is just the one I happened to use. It says it makes […]

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Oatmeal Bread

I just made a batch of this, and I shaped it into loaves, rolls, hedgehogs, and a little dinosaur.  I am loading pictures of them onto the FB account right now. I tripled it. I combined:12 cups of freshly ground whole wheat flour6 cups of sour milk3 tablespoons of molasses3 tablespoons of oil2 1/2 cups […]

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Honey Whole Wheat Bread

This is the recipe we used for whole wheat bread for several years.  it came with our Bosch Universal Kitchen Machine. 6 1/2 cups of hot water1 cup of oil (you can reduce this by half)1 cup of honey (you can reduce this by half, and I suggest you do unless you are making a […]

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"Burp" Bread

This is a Tupperware@ recipe for bread: 3 3/4 c. warm water3 pkgs. dry yeast6 tbsp. sugar5 tsp. salt6 tbsp. butter2 eggs10 c. flour1 Tupperware mixing bowl (large orange) Mix water and yeast. Add everything except flour. Put 1/2 flour in, stir well. Put rest of flour in. Mix well. Put seal on bowl. Let […]

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