|Bread: From Ciabatta to Rye|
|by Linda Collister|
A delicious journey around the great breads of the world, from Linda Collister, the author of several of the world's best books on bread and baking.
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Thaw bread dough. Mix other ... inch loaf pan. Let rise until doubled, about 2 hours. Bake in 350 degree preheated oven, about 25 minutes. Cool slightly.
Beat together. Add ... hour. Shape into monster shapes. Brush with ... water; sprinkle with coarse salt (optional). Bake at 375 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes.
Fry hamburger and onion; drain. Divide dough into 4-6 pieces. Roll or pat into circle. Evenly distribute meat mixture into each. Salt and pepper ...
Pour the milk ... brush paint a monster or clown face on the bread. Put the painted bread in the toaster and toast, butter lightly and munch your monster!
Combine the Dixie Fry with bread crumbs in bowl. ... chicken broth and soup together; pour over cheese. Bake at 325 degrees, covered, for 1 hour. Serves 4-6.
In shallow bowls, ... desired shades. Paint bread with milk, using ... heavily, soaked bread won't toast as well. Toast bread and melt cheese. Great fun lunch!
Use a 2 ... center of the bread. Spread butter ... is set. You may need to cover the pan to help the egg white set quickly. Lift out carefully and serve.
Butter bread. Sprinkle Jello with spoon or fingers to make faces. Toast lightly. Kids love this!
Pour small amount ... different cups. Add food coloring of your choice to milk. Paint a monster face on bread. Toast. Butter lightly. Munch your monster!
Pour small amount ... paintbrush, paint a monster face onto the bread. Put in ... white than color. Too much painting keeps the bread soggy after toasting.
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