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Category Archives: Baking
Honey bread, or “honey bear bread” as my sister calls it has become a permanent fixture in our household. It is a deceptively simple bread to make, and only requires one bowl (which I love because it means less dishes for me!). Despite the name honey bread is a white bread with subtle hints of honey and not overly sweet.
Served warm in the winter or cool in the summer this is a prince among comfort foods. If you use a store-bought crust this can be ready in 40 minutes, add another 30 minutes for the adventure of making your own crust. Either way it fits well with a busy schedule.
45 minute for delivery? It takes about the same time to make one and it won’t run you $19.99. This recipe calls for fresh tomato instead of sauce. You should play with the ingredients to find a mix of toppings that works for you.
I hadn’t made cornbread in years (the kids weren’t wild about it, so another item fell from the menu) but stepped up to the plate for an office party. Perfect for the fall, it can be served at the table or brought along on an outing. Preparation time’s less than an hour and, for parties or picnics, it can be made a few days in advance.
Below is a basic recipe with a spicy alternative. Traditionalists would use a cast iron skillet. Since this is for a potluck I’ll use a muffin tin.