Braided Lemon Bread
— There's just something about lemon that brings a smile and cheerful laugh in the middle of even the dullest of days. The bright yellow color and zippy taste can't be beat. This bread combines a soft and tender sweet dough with the tangy flavor of lemon, and wraps it all up in a beautiful yet easy-to-shape mock braid.
Bread Bowls — When the weather gets chilly, fill these bread bowls with your favorite chili or soup for a hearty winter meal.
Bread in a Bag
— A fun way to make bread without the mixer or even a bowl!
Bread of the Dead
bread is traditionally baked for All Souls Day on November 2. This is the day
that Mexican families visit graves of deceased relatives, have a picnic, and
celebrate the eternity of their souls. When making the bread, a little dough is
used to decorate the top of each loaf with bones, crosses and tears.
Dark Pumpernickel Bread — This is a dense European-style bread with unusual grainy texture. It should be very healthy because of the ingredients, as well as having a rich, delicious taste. It's excellent warm with gobs of sweet butter.