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Sticky Bread Pudding with Apples

Sticky Bread Pudding with Apples

  What do you do when you have bread that is on the verge of getting too old and apples that are destined for the compost bin? Why it sounds like the makings of apple bread pudding to me! And it smells so delicious while it’s cooking, no one will ever know you’re salvaging food destined…

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Easy and Quick Beer Bread

Easy and Quick Beer Bread

Want to an easy bread recipe that also impresses? Try this one. It comes together in minutes and you can be eating fresh baked bread in an hour without having to knead or even take out the mixer. Just use a wire whisk and you’re good to go! Back when I first got interested in…

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Easiest and BEST Banana Bread Recipe

Easiest and BEST Banana Bread Recipe

This is the easiest and best Banana Bread recipe we have concocted YET! Why do I love it? First, it’s easy. It’s all mixed by hand so no need to take out the mixer. Just get a big spoon and a mixing bowl and you’re ready to go. For a lazy baker like me, it’s…

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Bunny Baos

Bunny Baos

Did you have a good Easter Sunday? It was another excuse to feast for us, so we ended up having a cooking weekend. My daughter Asi had a couple of friends over last Saturday. They were going to go on a picnic to celebrate her birthday which is next weekend, but it rained pretty hard…

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Pupusas

Pupusas

We made some pupusas to go with the albondigas soup and while it’s still a recipe in progress we thought we’d post our first attempt here now. Pupusas is a cousin to the tortilla. It is thicker and it is also filled. Usually, the filling is meat based but it could also be just plain…

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Corn Bread Casserole with Jalapenos

Corn Bread Casserole with Jalapenos

To accompany the Turkey Chili, I made this corn bread casserole which was based on our earlier version but this time we added jalapenos and cheese.

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Grains & More Breads

Grains & More Breads

I have never been a big bread eater, at least not the loaf bread variety. I prefer breads with a little more body and preferably freshly baked. I buy wheat bread mostly for my husband, who can’t have a meal without bread, and for the girls who use them to make sandwiches for their school…

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Lavash Crackers

Lavash Crackers

Daring Bakers everywhere baked crackers for the month of September. These are savory treats this time, Lavash Crackers! This month’s hosts, Natalie from Gluten A Go Go, and co-host Shel, of Musings From the Fishbowl chose the vegan and/or gluten free recipe to challenge us with. Now I don’t know much about vegan or gluten…

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