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    I'm in for a bread this month. I'm just not sure if it will be sweet or savory.

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    I got my smaller breadmachine at the goodwill only thing missing was the manual..i just plugged it in while i was there to ensure it got hot, then came home googled the manual and gots tons of recipes. I love it! it was $5.29 i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palooka View Post
    I have never seen a bread machine at a thrift store ever. I should really keep an eye out but I really want a brand spanking new one.

    I had one years ago and used it a lot.
    Thought of you today when I saw two of them at a TS that I was at-----had the 'stir part' but didn't plug it in, no manual.......one was a Welbilt brand - $10. Can't rem. the other brand. This wasn't the best TS for prices. Value Village---and for the most part --their prices suck!

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    This one looks good but I think I would use raisins instead of the nuts.

    Delicious Pumpkin Bread - All Recipes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palooka View Post
    This one looks good but I think I would use raisins instead of the nuts.

    Delicious Pumpkin Bread - All Recipes
    That does look good palooka. I like that website too but my favorite is still recipezaar. I can spend HOURS just cruising through the recipes.

    Wouldn't ya know...........we declared bread BEFORE I found the Mrs. Field's Cookie book at the thrift shop........ OH...there are some good sounding recipes in there!

    Got rid of over half my cake to my 'victim' so I can bake again soon.

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    Oh Mrs. Field's cookies! Nom Nom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugalfranny View Post
    That does look good palooka. I like that website too but my favorite is still recipezaar. I can spend HOURS just cruising through the recipes.

    Wouldn't ya know...........we declared bread BEFORE I found the Mrs. Field's Cookie book at the thrift shop........ OH...there are some good sounding recipes in there!

    Got rid of over half my cake to my 'victim' so I can bake again soon.
    I have a Mrs Fields Cookie Book and the recipes are the best!!!

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    I made this, yuck!! It just crumbles up when you cut it, no real banana flavor, nothing 'bread like' about it. I'm going to throw it out for the birds, maybe they'll like it.

    Easy Banana Nut Bread Recipe | Taste of Home Recipes
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    Oh THANKS for posting that gapeach........it was just a 'weak moment' that I bought it........I NEVER buy cookbooks.

    I am so glad I got a good one. This is one plus......

    PLUS......you, that have read my other postings, know that I DON'T DO ANYTHING with rolled dough..........well.......I may have found a bread that I can do..........foccacia!! I am so excited. Found a recipe in the BH & G Mag. and I am going to try it. You just pat it into the pan with your hands.................hey....I CAN DO THAT!!! Plus---- I absolutely LOVE any foccacia bread that I have eaten........so here's hoping!!!

    Plan on trying to get it done next week....will let you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wunsagin View Post
    I made this, yuck!! It just crumbles up when you cut it, no real banana flavor, nothing 'bread like' about it. I'm going to throw it out for the birds, maybe they'll like it.

    Easy Banana Nut Bread Recipe | Taste of Home Recipes
    That stinks when that happens. When I looked at the recipe I was wondering why a yellow cake mix would make it 'bread like.' I'm sure the birds will enjoy it very much. It didn't all go to waste.

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    Oh WOW----look out.........I bought whipping cream today to make HOMEMADE BUTTER.................oh yum...and I am thinking on some WARM BREAD!!!

    Clear the way folks! MOMMA IS GONNA GET HER GROOVE ON!!!! or a few more pounds

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    Stopped in to see how everyone is doing with their bread baking this month?

    A super good new recipes anyone???

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRootedNomad View Post
    I'll be trying to hunt up a new recipe for bread or maybe I'll try and tweak my Easter bread recipe in a practice run before Easter.

    ....I think I may hunt the web to see if I can find a copycat recipe for the bushmans bread from Outback. We haven't been there in years and years but I remember the bread
    I've not made this but perhaps it's what you are looking for, Honey Wheat Bread Like Outback - 64435 - Recipezaar

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    I made this bread yesterday, Anise Almond Loaf (Bread Machine) - 195360 - Recipezaar . I liked that it was slightly sweet like a coffee cake but not too sweet, and really good on calories, sodium. I'm going to try it toasted this morning with some whipped cream cheese - or, wait, maybe as French toast???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saule View Post
    I made this bread yesterday, Anise Almond Loaf (Bread Machine) - 195360 - Recipezaar . I liked that it was slightly sweet like a coffee cake but not too sweet, and really good on calories, sodium. I'm going to try it toasted this morning with some whipped cream cheese - or, wait, maybe as French toast???
    Oh, this one does sound good!

    Have to add some anise seeds to my groc. list.....the one thing I didn't have!

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