|100 Great Breads|
|by Paul Hollywood|
Bread is the one common factor linking every culture together since the beginning of history.
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Knead about 5 minutes. Store in plastic bag. Mold into Christmas ornaments.
Mix flour and ... to shape Christmas ornaments. Bake at ... and paint or shellac with orange shellac. Remember to pierce a hole for hanger before baking.
Mix first 3 ... food coloring. Form ornaments in desired shapes. ... lacquer; let dry. Paint details; let dry. Apply another coat of lacquer and let dry.
1. Mix flour ... top of each ornament. Bake at ... 2. Painting the ornaments: Use acrylic ... seem to paint better if they have cooled for several days.
Dissolve salt in ... flour. Roll out dough on floured board. ... before cooking. Spray one side at a time with clear acrylic. Ideal for Christmas decorations.
Mix 1 slice white bread (without crust) and ... separate piles of dough. This takes ... over shapes. Stick wire into dough and let set at least 2 hours.
Slowly add water ... hands. Roll out dough. Cut or ... on each side. Cool then paint and glaze. Don't forget to make a hole for the string before baking.
Mix together in large bowl. Knead for 7-10 ... a floured board. Roll and cut out ornaments or free form. Bake at 200 degrees for 4-6 hours or until dry.
Dissolve salt in ... desired shapes. Put dough through a garlic ... in to hang ornament or poke a hole with a straw. Bake at 325 ... hour or until hard.
Mix and knead into ball of dough. Line cookie ... prevent sticking. Make ornaments free style or ... better preservation, spray with clear varnish, etc.
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