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Christmas Bread Pudding

Christmas Bread Pudding Author Mark R. Vogel of FOOD FOR THOUGHT says “Various pudding recipes, especially bread pudding, have been traditional Christmas dishes since the 19th century. Before discussing bread pudding we must first illuminate what pudding in general is, and that’s the real challenge” View Full Article Here

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December 11, 2019

THE MANY USES OF STALE BREAD

THE MANY USES OF STALE BREAD Author Edith M. Thomas of Mary at the Farm and Book of Recipes (1915) says “Never waste stale bread, as it may be used to advantage in many ways. The young housewife will be surprised at the many good, wholesome and appetizing dishes which may be made from stale…

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September 3, 2019

Arches of Bread Festival

Arches of Bread Festival Check out this article on Atlas Obscura that features the Bread Festival.  It says “Easter is one of the most important holidays in Italy, and many cities and towns across the country are known for their spectacular festivities. But when it comes to food, perhaps no celebration rivals the “Arches of Bread” festival (also…

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June 24, 2019

Bread and milk receive mixed reviews in digestive health survey

Bread and milk receive mixed reviews in digestive health survey Jeff Gelski of Food Business News reports on the digestive health of bread and milk. LONDON — More people could learn about the fiber benefits of bread judging by a survey on digestive health from the London-based consultancy New Nutrition Business. While 24% said they…

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February 24, 2019

How to Make the Best Banana Bread, No Matter What

Jen Wheeler of Chowhound shares her tips and tricks on making perfect banana bread. “Unripe bananas, food allergies, a lack of eggs—there are lots of things that can get between you and banana bread, but no obstacle need stop you. There’s almost always a way to make a beautiful loaf of banana bread whenever you want it, whatever…

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January 28, 2018