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Category: Yeast Bread

Chocolate Chip Bread…Pure Bliss

Have you ever baked anything with chocolate chips that doesn’t also contain sugar? Probably not, right? How about a loaf of bread with no eggs? Well guess what my friends? I’ve got it right here for you! This is one of the easiest bread recipes that you’ll ever make. Minimal ingredients and as simple as can be. I have a friend who was so afraid to make this because she had a “fear…

Great 8 Friends Goes Gourmet … Cookbook that Is

Many people have a hobby or an obsession with something they love to collect such as old LP records, baseball cards or porcelain figurines. They spend a lot of time searching for these items and feel great when they find just the right one to add to their collection. Mine is not a hobby nor an obsession; it’s actually an addiction. I’m addicted to cookbooks! Not only do I have about 100 cookbooks in my collection…

Rosemary Sea Salt Focaccia

Every culture has their bread, French baguettes, Indian na’an, Mexican tortillas…and in Italy it is focaccia. Focaccia is a flat bread that is moist and tender on the inside and the crust has a satisfying crunch from the olive oil. I first made this focaccia recipe for one of Debbie and Phil’s Gr8 Dinner parties. I have since made it for many different occasions. One of my favorite memories is making this one Saturday…

Soft Pretzels. Better Than Any Street Vendor’s!

In high school, the Renaissance Faire was something I looked forward to every summer. Walking on the dusty paths with a dried floral wreath in my hair and passing the traditional booths selling their wares, I couldn’t wait for the food…and there was some good food! What I remember most were the soft pretzels. We’d brave the heat searching the fields for the lady carrying hooks and pegs, all loaded with the huge salty…

Debbie’s Challah Bread

Homemade bread! Enough said, right? Close your eyes and breathe in! I bet you can just imagine the smell! Even the aromas throughout the house from the yeasty rising dough lets everyone know what’s happening in the kitchen…let alone the sign of the risen dough flowing over the edge of the bowl! The first time I made Challah was my very first time hosting Thanksgiving! And it was for 20+ people! Once I saw the recipe…

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