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This pear bread is a moist, spice-infused tea bread that filled with bites of tender pear and studded with crunchy walnuts

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This pear bread is a moist, spice-infused tea bread that filled with bites of tender pear and studded with crunchy walnuts

Perfect for a tea party or dessert. We may have even indulged in it at breakfast. Adapted from Nancie McDermott | Southern Cakes | Chronicle Books, 2007 This spice-infused tea bread comes from the kitchen of Mrs. Cornelia Walker Bailey, historian, muse, and guardian angel of Sapelo Island, off the Georgia coast. Mrs. Bailey’s family has lived on Sapelo Island since the year 1806, and her life’s work is keeping their stories and wisdom alive and well. She works through words, telling stories, writing books, and sharing recipes for the food that has fed her ancestors for more than 200...

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Soft gluten free rosemary rolls are flavored with fresh rosemary

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Soft gluten free rosemary rolls are flavored with fresh rosemary

These easy gluten free dinner rolls pair well with any holiday meal or Sunday dinner! This post contains affiliate links for products and ingredients I use and love. You can read my full disclosure here. Thank you for supporting What The Fork Food Blog so I can continue to provide you with free gluten free recipes ♥ These gluten free rosemary rolls are my same recipe for gluten free dinner rolls that everybody loves except they’re flavored with fresh rosemary. It’s a wonderful savory flavor to add to yeast breads that pairs well with any meal. Literally, any meal. Roasts, steaks,...

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These sausage, ham, and cheese loaves are a hearty, traditional Portuguese bread, that is made with presunto, chouriço, and semi-firm sheep’s milk cheese

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These sausage, ham, and cheese loaves are a hearty, traditional Portuguese bread, that is made with presunto, chouriço, and semi-firm sheep’s milk cheese

They can also be made into rolls. From | The New Portuguese Table | Clarkson Potter, 2009 Every Saturday when I was growing up, my mother would go to the local Portuguese bakery and buy a dozen chouriço rolls—torpedo-shaped logs stuffed with sausage. By Monday, they would be gone, mostly due to me. To dress up my childhood classic, I added presunto and cheese, and sometimes sautéed onions and garlic, to the dough. And I form the rolls into round loaves because I think they look more elegant on the table.–David Leite Portuguese Sausage, Ham, and Cheese Loaves Quick Glance...

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Oat Porridge Soft Sourdough Bread

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Oat Porridge Soft Sourdough Bread

This recipe is adapted from TheFlourFloozy with some modification.  Thank you Inna for the inspiration and recipe. Characteristic of this bread:  The texture is especially soft, fluffy and moist on the first day and it lasts very well for 2 - 3 days.  There is a very slight mild sourness. If you have any questions regarding this recipe or any other post, please leave me a comment in the “LEAVE A COMMENT” link and I will reply you as soon as possible. Pumpkin Soft Sourdough Bread RecipeYields:  1 loaf Total flour 482.5g including from the levain. INGREDIENTS: Levain - 165g total (ratio...

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2019-08-08

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2019-08-08

Butterfly Pea Flower bread seems to be the trend now.  I guess I am joining the trend too now since there is an abundance of this flower growing in our garden.  I am a little bit "kia soo" and added a lot of flowers to yield this beautiful deeply colored bread. The flower does not give any real flavour to the bread but it just looks pretty. Characteristic of this bread:  The texture is especially soft, fluffy and moist on the first day and it lasts very well for 2 - 3 days.  There is slight mild sourness taste. If...

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