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How to Bake Witch Finger Breadsticks: Halloween Treats
Oct20

How to Bake Witch Finger Breadsticks: Halloween Treats

This year, we have decided to serve Witch Finger Breadsticks as a tasty Halloween treat! Last year, we made Haskapa Witchy Finger Cookies, and they were not only amazingly delicious, but also looked gory & gnarly, like a witch’s fingers might. These breadsticks won’t have the haskap jam, but will still look just as creepy & scary as those cookies did. Whether you’re serving these as snacks, appetizers or to...

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Holiday Breads: Thanksgiving Twists on the Traditional
Nov13

Holiday Breads: Thanksgiving Twists on the Traditional

A beautiful addition to any festive feast is a fresh & delicious Holiday Bread – here’s some Thanksgiving Twists on the Traditional! Fluffy, white dinner rolls are very tasty and we usually serve them with our Holiday dinners. A wonderful staple, but this can be a bit, well, boring for Thanksgiving or Christmas. Let’s spice things up with some wonderful ideas for those Holiday get-togethers. Holiday Bread Ideas:...

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How to Bake Cinnamon Sticky Buns: Mother’s Day Delights
May10

How to Bake Cinnamon Sticky Buns: Mother’s Day Delights

Every home chef needs to know How to Bake Cinnamon Sticky Buns… The smells of cinnamon will fill your home, and the excitement of what’s coming out of the oven will make everyone’s taste buds wild! So decadently sticky and delicious, ooey & gooey – you will have requests to make them frequently. They are so pretty, your family will think you are a genius. How to Bake Cinnamon Sticky Buns: Perfect for...

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How to Bake Grandma Kasper’s Paska Bread: Easter Surprises
Apr14

How to Bake Grandma Kasper’s Paska Bread: Easter Surprises

This recipe on How To Make Grandma Kasper’s Easter Paska Bread has been handed down for generations of our family, and we look forward to eating it every Easter. The smells that waft through our house while baking Paska bring back many happy memories of the farm kitchen of my Mom, and the welcoming warmth that filled her home. How To Make Grandma Kasper’s Easter Paska Bread: Mom used to use greased empty tins from lard or...

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How to Bake Traditional White Bread + Video
Mar27

How to Bake Traditional White Bread + Video

Everyone should know how to bake a really good, all-purpose loaf of bread, and a great place to start is with this recipe for Traditional White Bread. How To Bake Traditional White Bread: To bake bread of this kind, you will need to use a good, traditional, fresh active dry yeast, which you will allow to bloom in warm water. The bowl containing your proofing yeast should be kept warm by placing it in a larger bowl containing warm...

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How to Bake Rustic Irish Soda Bread + Video
Mar06

How to Bake Rustic Irish Soda Bread + Video

Looking for a winning St. Patrick’s Day recipe? Then, this Rustic Irish Soda Bread is just the treat for you. This bread is adorned with plump raisins & caraway seeds, and the texture more like that of a scone. A surprisingly perfect combination created between the raisins & caraway seeds carries you away to the shores of the Emerald Isle. How to Bake Rustic Irish Soda Bread: This bread can be baked on a greased or...

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How to Bake Bread Pudding
Dec01

How to Bake Bread Pudding

Bread Pudding is on the menu… The different varieties of puddings are extensive & make a lovely end to a meal or a snack. The most common ways to cook puddings are baking, steaming, or cooking on the stove top. Steaming is quite efficient, and cooking on the stove top is likely quicker. Baked puddings are always heartier. How to Bake Bread Pudding: My recipe for bread pudding involves baking the item. Type: Dessert Recipe...

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How to Bake White Bread: Homemade Bread Day
Nov17

How to Bake White Bread: Homemade Bread Day

November 17th is Homemade Bread Day, and Bread is “The Food of Life.” It’s one of the oldest foods, and most fundamental to our existence – remember: “bread & water.” Nothing is more basic & we can’t live without water either. Bread connects man to his historical roots…changing flour & water into bread. As bakers everywhere discover, it is a realization of the delight of true...

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How to Bake Bread with Raisins: Raisin Bread Month
Nov01

How to Bake Bread with Raisins: Raisin Bread Month

Raisin Bread Month is here in the month of November, and now you’re thinking to yourself when on Earth the last time you baked a loaf of Raisin Bread at home was. It may have been a while, if I’m guessing correctly. Raisin Information: Raisins are just dried grapes. Muscat grapes, which are generally available near year end, are aromatic, sweet & are ideal to use in baking rich cakes & other confections. The golden...

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National Yorkshire Pudding Day: A Coveted Side Dish Recipe
Oct13

National Yorkshire Pudding Day: A Coveted Side Dish Recipe

National Yorkshire Pudding Day is definitely something to celebrate. Yorkies, so we call them are the best thing about a roast beef dinner. We enjoy those light & fluffy, little puddings smothered in roast drippings. We like Yorkshire pudding so much that sometimes, I’ve used turkey, chicken or pork drippings in place of beef drippings. My family has always liked this recipe, and comments that other Yorkshire puddings they...

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Swedish National Cinnamon Roll Day: How to Bake Cinnamon Rolls
Oct04

Swedish National Cinnamon Roll Day: How to Bake Cinnamon Rolls

It’s National Cinnamon Roll Day in Sweden, and why not? Ooey, gooey goodness of fresh, soft bread rolled up with cinnamon, raisins and a glaze icing. What’s not to like. Of course, they would love them in Sweden! They’re not difficult to make, so try these rolls out. How to Bake Cinnamon Rolls: Delightful and soft, I have a super tasty cinnamon roll recipe as follows. Type: Bread Recipe Serve with: tea or coffee Prep...

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National Hot Cross Bun Day: How to Bake Hot Cross Buns with Milk Glaze
Sep11

National Hot Cross Bun Day: How to Bake Hot Cross Buns with Milk Glaze

Did you know that today is National Hot Cross Bun Day? Well, in the USA it is… Someone might mention “Hot Cross Buns” and this little ditty of a nursery rhyme pops into memory immediately! Hot Cross Buns. Hot Cross Buns. One a penny, two a penny. Hot Cross Buns! They are so silky, big & fluffy hiding their tasty, little morsels of goodness inside. Whether toasted or plain, they’re great! Typically made for...

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How to Bake Date Nut Bread: National Date Nut Bread Day
Sep08

How to Bake Date Nut Bread: National Date Nut Bread Day

September 8th is National Date Nut Bread Day, and this Date Nut Bread recipe will soothe your senses & your taste buds. Quick breads like date nut bread are delightfully tasty. Made with nuts & fruit, they remain moist & store well. If keeping them for more than 1 day or 2, it’s best refrigerated or frozen. How to Bake Date Nut Bread: The addition of different types of nuts, and even fresh apple chunks, makes this an...

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