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A “mystery” bread to serve at a party and see if the guests can guess the secret ingredient. Makes...
It is not hard to make high, puffy popovers, in fact given one lesson a child can do it. Their...
These make any soup, chowder, or stew extra special.
I learned how to make the best popovers where I used to work.
Flavorful and aromatic, this attractive bread resembles pound cake. It’s an excellent...
“One of the most requested recipes at Holiday Inn, this bread is easy to make, freezes well, and...
Serve with soups, chowders, or as a dinner roll.
This bread recipe won second prize in the Yeast Breads Contest in The 1987 Old Farmer’s Almanac....
My grandmother, Mary Grace Deschenes, was an unusual woman for her day. An accomplished artist, she...
Plain mashed potatoes create a fantastic breakfast bread, just made for butter and jam. If you...
This German classic makes mashed potatoes redundant, which leaves more room for the candied sweet ...
Mashed potatoes and their cooking water are both used in the dough. The result is rolls with a...
A hearty stuffing to cook inside the turkey or prepare as a side dish. If used separately, bake in...
Use a mixer for best results.
One of the inn’s best-loved breakfast recipes is this one for pancakes with a twist. Serve with...
A chewy, moist rye bread that makes good sandwiches. It has a dark crust but is not as dark on the...
A spicy bread with a pleasant yellow color.
A spicy bread with a pleasant yellow color.
For a subtle difference substitute Hubbard, acorn, or butternut squash.
One of the best ever! For an even richer bread, use a cup each of raisins and dates. Stays moist...
This is the easiest Pumpkin Bread recipe in the world! 2 ingredients!! That’s it!
Kids love this easy quick bread, which tastes something like applesauce cake because of all the...
Chocolate chips add a new twist to an old favorite. Melville House, Newport, Rhode Island
A wonderful cross between a French toast and a pumpkin pie.
This recipe came from a friend in Alaska many years ago, and has been slightly modified. It will...
This recipe, by Michele Weiser, won third prize in The 2010 Old Farmer’s Almanac Pumpkin Recipe...
Very light, not overly spiced, and so easy. The Richards Bed and Breakfast
A traditional New England bread that is especially good with chicken, ham, and baked beans. Hard to...
Serve warm with lots of butter.
Serve toasted or plain, with peanut butter, jam, or cream cheese.
Here’s a great tip: let bread dough rise in a bowl that is set on a heating pad at low heat. This...
This is very similar to Polish babka, Jewish challah, and German stollen. They’re all sweet holiday...
Light, slightly tart muffins complemented by a sweet, crunchy topping. The Richards Bed and...
Very, very, very good! Enjoy!
Cinnamon sugar sprinkled over the top of this loaf creates a tasty, colorful crust. Toasted rhubarb...
A very moist quick bread best suited for breakfast or tea time. After baking, let loaf sit for 10...
A light corn bread to serve with soups and stews, or as the under “biscuit” for creamed entr&...
This stuffing is better prepared the day before use, to give the flavors a chance to blend.
Even the most timid cook can learn how to make plump, glossy bagels if Rose’s directions are...
Rosemary is the herb of choice here, but sage, oregano, thyme, or a combination would also work...
David Oxley, Seattle, Washington—Western Washington Fair, Puyallup, Washington
A flavorful, chewy bread that can be glamorized with grated orange peel, caraway seeds, fennel, or...
Here’s a recipe that dates back to the early 1700’s, when great fields of rye waved in the wind all...
This flavorful, hearty bread makes a fine accompaniment to soups and salads. It’s great for picnics...

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