|Beard on Bread|
|by James Beard|
For everyone who wants to make wonderful, hearty, delicious breads of all kinds, turn to the bread expert, James Beard.
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Combine all ingredients except bread and parsley in ... as you would croutons. These bread cubes are particularly good in a bocconcini and ripe tomato salad.
In a large ... seasonings. To make croutons, preheat oven to 375°F. Toss cubed bread with olive oil. ... oregano, cheese and a little salt. Makes 8 servings.
In a large ... To prepare the croutons, rub the ... sides of the bread. Brush with ... before serving, top each bowl with 1 or 2 croutons. Yield: 8 servings.
In a large ... To prepare the croutons, rub the ... sides of the bread. Brush with ... serving, top each bowl with one or two croutons. Yield: 8 servings.
Combine vinegar, water, ... Saute onions. Add croutons or bread pieces. Mix potatoes ... water. Dumplings are done when they come to top. Should serve 6.
Soak the beans ... more. If using bread, make a ... If you use croutons instead of bread ... then pour over the croutons. Sprinkle with cheese and serve.
Can be eaten ... juice. Fold in bread cubes. Put in ... with aluminum foil, continue baking 1/2 hour. Total baking time 1 hour (with foil, stays moist).
Place garlic in ... medium heat. Add bread cubes, stirring frequently until ... brown. Transfer to paper towels to drain and cool. Excellent for salads.
Cut bread in cubes, crust ... at 300 degrees 20 to 25 minutes until toasted. Store in airtight container. Serve with soup or salad or just for snacking.
Cut bread into small cubes. ... Spread onto lightly oiled cookie sheet and bake at 120 degrees for approximately 1 hour. Store in an airtight container.
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