Tag Archives: Bread

When we lived in Vermont I had purchased a sourdough starter from King Arthur. It performed well and I had it for several years. I made all sorts of delicious breads, biscuits and even a sour dough cake. Unfortunately when we put our house on the market I let my sourdough go and it eventually Read More…

Last week I shared a post on what to do with the leftover shredded wheat crumbs. Shortly before I shared that post a dear friend of mine gave me this recipe for shredded wheat bread. It reminded me of the English muffin bread recipe I have shared in the past. Like the English Muffin Bread Read More…

autumn pumpkin bread

This year we are spending our first Thanksgiving with our immediate family on the west coast. It’s wonderful to be here, while at the same time we miss all of our friends and extended family on the east coast. Cooking favorite Thanksgiving recipes can help bring back memories of past Thanksgivings and helps make the Read More…

Pioneer Bread

I grew up reading Little House on the Prairie and often thought about what life was like for the early pioneers. Between 1820 and 1880 the promise of free land tempted settlers to make the perilous journey westward by covered wagons. Having made the journey by car it’s hard to imagine making the same journey Read More…

brown bread in a can

Boston Brown Bread or brown bread in a can, is an old American steamed bread, moist and flavored with rye, molasses and raisins. I grew up enjoying the wonderful flavor of Boston brown bread; my grandmother would purchase the bread in cans from the grocery store and serve it sliced for lunch. When I found this Read More…

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