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All posts tagged Breadmaking

The affinity of walnuts and whole wheat plays out well in this loaf. The simple addition of walnuts adds character and enhances the deliciously baked whole-wheat flavours. Nut bread is the best. Read more
Garlic Parmesan Italian Pizza crust makes delicious, better-tasting pizza. When it comes to making homemade pizza crust, this pizza crust is a food revelation. It's to die for! Read more
This delicious apple bread with allspice and cinnamon is bursting with pieces of apples and lots of sweet spice in every bite! It is one of those recipes we love to make and have for breakfast with cream cheese or peanut butter. Read more
Apple cinnamon oatmeal bread has nice chunks of dried apples, and the oats give it a great consistency. This makes a hearty, tasty breakfast with a light touch of cinnamon. Like eating a bowl of apple cinnamon oatmeal, this apple cinnamon oatmeal bread is the perfect treat. Read more
For those who like a lighter texture of whole wheat bread, this wonderful, aromatic basil Italian whole wheat bread is perfect: taste, flavour, appearance, texture, all very good. Read more
This bulgur wheat bread recipe is amazing. I love the nutty, slightly tangy flavour with a touch of sweetness from the honey. The hint of honey gives this bread a nice flavour and helps keep it moist. Bulgur also adds a nice rustic and chewy texture with a substantial bite to this hearty bread. Read more
This Blue cheese onion potato bread is unlike any other homemade bread recipe you have tried before. The overall combination of ingredients makes for a highly flavourful bread. Read more
This cheesy bread with a hint of Dijon mustard is so simple to make, and the taste is sinful. Read more
Brown and crusty with a chewy, springy texture, this old-fashioned bread has an intense, dark sweetness taste from a healthy dose of molasses. The New England tradition of making this bread using molasses, cornmeal, wheat flour, and sometimes rye flour brings pleasure to anyone lucky enough to have ever eaten it. Read more
 
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