Bread Recipes

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Cranberry-Orange Hazelnut Bread

The very embodiment of Holiday quick-bread can be found in this addictive loaf. The texture is light with a thin even crust, and an abundance of toasted nuts to mingle with the tart cranberries.

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Oatmeal Walnut Soda Bread

Most Irish Soda Bread recipes are rather doughy heavy breads with a thick crust that is dry and doesn’t keep well. The flavor is usually lacking complexity. When our chef was developing this recipe, she wanted to have a softer crumb with full flavor that would last a few days.

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Basic White & Wheat Sandwich Bread

Bread is a necessity! The bakeries and stores have been seeing a run on bread as families are on mandatory lock-down and home-quarantine. We’ve seen it all over the country, so we thought this would be a timely post for making bread at home.

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Sourdough Pumpernickel Bread

This bread is traditional in the Westphalia region of Germany. Made from coarsely ground Rye flour and a small portion of wheat flour, traditional Pumpernickel is a heavy, course-textured dense bread that is very dark brown, almost black at times.

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Maple Peach Rolls

Maple Peach Rolls are fluffy and tender with just the right amount of cinnamon and vanilla in the dough and topped with a slightly tart peach filling that drips down the sides of the roll. Add to that the warm drizzle of maple syrup, and you had entered Peach bliss!

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Home Baker’s Sweet Challah Bread

Light and sweet with a hint of butter, Challah has a tender, velvety texture. The braiding of the bread is extremely traditional. It symbolizes separating or “letting go” and connecting one with the family and God. We’ll show you the step-by-step process of how to braid the loaf. It doesn’t matter if your loaf looks perfect. What matters is that you share it with your most treasured people.

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