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Persimmon Fruit and Nut Bread

November 18th, 2010

Persimmon Fruit and Nut Bread

I wasn’t even going to tell you about this one, but then it really grew on me, as quick breads tend to do. They almost always get better as they mature, and by the time I was down to this last end piece, I was seriously regretting bringing nearly half the loaf to my neighbors [...]

Tunisian Triangular Challah and Banana Bread Pudding

October 6th, 2010

Tunisian Triangular Challah and Banana Bread Pudding

I made challah for Kol Nidre, which I know was an embarrassingly long time ago, don’t even try to calculate it. And believe you me, it hasn’t been easy to keep this to myself for so long. This was my first time making challah! It was really exciting. So why did I wait so long [...]

Parmesan Focaccia

August 25th, 2010

Parmesan Focaccia

And the bread baking continues, with a yeast bread that’s a lot easier and less messy than the no-knead bread and takes much much less of your time. How does this one compare to the no-knead bread? It doesn’t really. These are two completely different animals, but I should mention that this one is also [...]

Summer Panzanella

August 10th, 2010

Summer Panzanella

Back when I made that Spring Panzanella, I decided I was going to do one for every season. This is the summer one. Oh. You got that? So I was eating this and I was thoroughly enjoying it, but then I realized that I was leaving a lot of the bread at the bottom of my [...]

Jim Lahey’s No-Knead Bread

July 22nd, 2010

Jim Lahey’s No-Knead Bread

It’s taken a few days for this to sink in. Over the weekend, I made…drumroll, please…bread. A loaf of bread. My first [yeast] bread ever! It had a crunchy and crackly crust and a soft and chewy interior, and it was easily just as good as any bread that’s ever been brought to my table pre-meal in [...]

Fresh Mango Bread

May 31st, 2010

Fresh Mango Bread

I know. I’m extremely disappointed in me, too, for making something so ridiculously similar to something I just made. (You don’t even need to click on that link, you can just scroll down a few inches.) I couldn’t help myself with this one, though, because one of the most gratifying things for me in all [...]

Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

May 26th, 2010

Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

I had a dream the other night that I had a C-section. Not to extract a baby from my womb, but to extract food from my stomach. They gave me painkillers so I wouldn’t feel them cutting into me, but I watched them do it, and I witnessed a whole mess of partially digested food tumble [...]

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