Homemade Breads and Buns

Homemade Breads and Buns
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· Bread and Bun Recipes:
· Two-Hour Buns
· 20 Minute Buns
· Air Buns
· Easy Butterhorns
· Caramel Sticky Buns
· Cheese and Bacon Biscuits
· No-Knead Cinnamon Buns
· Cinnamon Raisin Bread
· Eggnog Quick Bread
· English Muffin Cheese Loaf
· French Toast Strata
· German Buns
· Hazelnut Chocolate Chip Scones
· Hearth Bread
· Hobo Bread
· Hunza Breads
· Sunflower Seed and Oat Bread
· Pancakes
· Pepper-Cheese Bread
· Traditional Plain White Bread
· Pumpkin Waffles
· Scones
· Whole Wheat Bread
· Sourdough
· Sourdough Starter
· Basic Sourdough Starter
· Sourdough Starter - (Potato)
· Sourdough Starter - (Vinegar)
· Basic Sourdough Bread
· Sourdough Pumpernickel Bread
· Sourdough Pancakes or Waffles
· Blueberry Sourdough Pancakes
· Sourdough Cornbread
· Sourdough Chocolate Cake
· Sourdough Potato Bread

Bread Facts

Some of the following bread “Tid-Bits” may seem a little far-fetched, but they are true to the best of my knowledge! So take a moment to read these interesting tidbits!

  • The average slice of bread contains only 1 gram of fat and 75-80 calories.

  • On average, Americans consume around 50 - 55 lbs of bread per year.

  • If you were to eat a sandwich for breakfast, lunch and supper, it would take approximately 68 days to consume the amount of bread produced from one bushel of wheat. The average family of four could live for 10 years off of the bread produced from 1 acre of wheat.

  • One bushel of wheat produces 73 1-pound loaves of bread.

  • The "breaking of bread" is the universal sign of peace.

  • Up to the 16th century breakfast consisted of bread, salted fish and ale.

  • Bread is an excellent source of protein, dietary fibre, vitamins and minerals eg Thiamin B and Iron.

  • Bread is rich in carbohydrates and an ideal source of energy.

  • Bread is one of the best sources of calcium.

  • Bread is not fattening - it's what you put on it that piles on the calories!

  • While many cultures and religions and races have differences about which foods can be eaten, bread is the one food almost all consume.

  • Napoleon ordered "Pain pour Nicole" - his horse. The Germans thought the request sounded like "pumpernickel", hence the naming of the dark rye bread that so many enjoy.

  • A “bread and milk” poultice is said to draw poison from a lesion or boil.

  • Murphy’s law - “If you drop a slice of buttered bread, it will ALWAYS land butter-side down!”

  • Bread on average costs $2.00 a loaf. Good nutritional value for the dollar. The average farmer makes approximately 5 cents!

  • Bread and salt are symbols of welcome in Russia.

The Book of Finger Food
Hilaire Walden (Author), Patrick McLeavey (Photographer)

The Book of Finger Foods takes a big bite out of the "small food" trend with a huge selection of recipes that are finger-licking good. Just use the preparation planners in the book and the full-color photos, then serve and stand back -- these bite-sized morsels disappear fast!
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Pizza: More than 60 Recipes for Delicious Homemade Pizza
Diane Morgan, Tony Gemignani (Authors), Scott Peterson (Photographer)

Team five-time world pizza-throwing champion Tony Gemignani with acclaimed cookbook author Diane Morgan and the result is a cookbook that will turn any home kitchen into the best pizzeria in town.
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The Essential Pasta Book
Whitecap Books (Author)

This book celebrates the delicious simplicity of many popular classics, passed down over the generations, as well as introducing innovative recipes with a contemporary twist. All offer a trip around Italy without ever leaving home.
Offer Price $24.95

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The Appetizer Atlas: A World of Small Bites
Arthur L. Meyer, Jon M. Vann (Authors)

"The ultimate single-source cookbook for a world of appetizers."
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The Baker's Dozen Cookbook:
The Baker's Dozen (Author)

Become a Better Baker with 125 Foolproof Recipes and Tried-and-True Techniques.
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The Book of Dressings and Marinades
by Janice Murfitt (Author)

"Dressings are a mixture of aromatic ingredients, subtly blended as an accompaniment to enhance all kinds of fish, meat, vegetables and mixed salads..."
"Marinades are similar to salad dressings in that they are used to add flavor, color and texture, but they are used primarily on foods being grilled, barbecued or roasted..."
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