Category Archive: Bread

Kentucky Hot Brown from Brown Hotel

Kentucky Hot Brown wins first place for Derby Day   If there ever was a sandwich recipe contest for Derby Day, the Kentucky Hot Brown would win by far more than a “photo finish”. The Louisville Kentucky hot brown was first served at the Brown Hotel, in Louisville, Ky., in the 1930’s. It’s a famous …

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Ancient Grains: Everything Old is New Again

Ancient Grains - Quinoa Timbale

Ancient Grains I’m amazed at the number of recipes that call for ancient grains in the latest magazines, blogs and newspapers. And I love how many of these ancient grains show ups as “new” in the local grocery store. Wonderful grains that are becoming more readily available – not just at health food stores any …

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Ezekiel Bread: Easy Ezekiel Bread Recipe with Four Grains

Ezekiel Bread

Ezekiel Bread Barley is an ancient grain that was eaten for thousands of years It’s mentioned in the bible a number of times and inspires popular Ezekiel bread recipes. Ezekiel  4.9: “And you take wheat and barley, beans and lentils, millet and spelt, and put them into a single vessel and make bread of them.” …

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Chocolate Zucchini Bread

Zucchini Bread

Chocolate Zucchini Bread My chocolate zucchini bread is one of the most requested recipes I’ve ever created. I’ve published this on my site, my newspaper column and printed it to pass out at cooking classes. When zucchini is in season, it’s a recipe in high demand. I’ve joked before that this recipe should go in …

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Bruschetta Recipe: Goat Cheese Bruschetta

Goat Cheese with Herbs

Bruschetta Recipe: Goat Cheese Bruschetta Leviticus 16:10. This talks about how the Hebrews used two goats for their ritual. They sacrificed one, sprinkling its blood on the back of the other. This one became a “scapegoat” and was  turned out into the wild. The symbolism there is that the scapegoat bore the sins of the …

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Banana Bread

Banana Bread Recipe

Banana Bread Recipe This is the most delicious banana bread I’ve made in a long time – and it’s very easy to make. It is moist and has just the right texture and sweetness. Sometimes a banana bread recipe will be too sweet or not have enough banana flavor, but I think this one is just about …

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