|Bread: A Slice of History|
|by Joan Alcock|
Bread plays an important role in the folklore, culture, religion, and politics of residents of wheat-growing countries.
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Melt butter and ... bowl, mix together flour, sugar and ... minutes or until bread is golden. Let ... knife. Great taste with little effort. Serve warm.
Preheat oven to 350°F. Put the butter, molasses and sugar in a bowl. Pour in the boiling water and stir. Sift together the dry ingredients. When ...
Add and blend: 1 (12 oz.) can beer Pour in greased bread pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 70 minutes.
Put milk and onion in bowl and let stand 10 minutes. Add rest of ingredients and mix. Spread into a greased 10-inch iron skillet. Bake in preheated ...
Preheat oven to ... large bowl, combine flour and sugar. Add ... until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool slightly. Serve warm or toasted.
Mix all ingredients ... room as it rises high. (I like ... powdered sugar. We don't eat much bread so when company is coming, this has saved me many a time.
Put oatmeal in ... 2 cups of flour at a time. ... bowl and let rise until double in ... in freezer. Take out and let rise the second time before baking.
Mix ingredients to biscuit dough consistency. Use either of above methods to prepare for frying.
Mix and bake in large, long pan about 30 minutes at 475 degrees. Cool and crumble. Add chicken broth and chicken and bake until hot through.
Mix dry ingredients, ... Do not use mixer. Pour in greased bread pan. Bake 45 minutes at 350 degrees. Tastes like sour dough bread and in just 45 minutes.
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