The Daring Bakers Make Tender Potato Bread

Tanna of the wonderful cooking blog The Half Cup chose the challenge item for this month, a delicious bread that can be shaped in many different ways. As the name suggests, the bread is tender and quite flavorful, and it’s one that I enjoyed making, so I’m sending a big THANK YOU to Tanna for… 

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The Daring Bakers Do Cinnamon and Sticky Buns

I don’t do fancy stuff for breakfast. Seriously. Some people might look at my Breakfast posts and disagree, but as I explained in my Cherry Sour Cream Scones post, most morning meals are simple with just fruit and grains of some sort. With three little boys to get going in the mornings, I don’t have… 

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No-Knead Bread, Part II

No-knead bread has both fans and detractors. Some people like the flavor, others say it has no flavor. Some bakers prefer to knead their bread, others like the no-knead method. Susan of Farmgirl Fare and A Year in Bread played around with it for a while and enjoyed it, then felt guilty for abandoning her… 

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Hot Rolls, One Dozen Ways

Hot Rolls, One Dozen Ways - Andrea Meyers

One recipe, many possibilities… Easter is fast approaching, and of course that means it’s time to plan for Easter dinner. In true just-moved-in fashion, I am miserably behind on preparations; however, I do know that we will have a spiral-sliced honey glazed ham and some of these homemade hot rolls. The rest is yet to… 

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