Archive For The “Breads” Category

Pesach rolls {recipe review}

By | March 19, 2014

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This is the first recipe I’m testing and reviewing from Pam Reiss’s Passover: A Kosher Collection. You can follow her at Pam’s Kitchen, and stay tuned for a second recipe review and a giveaway! I’d like to take a worldwide survey: How many of you have stand mixers for Pesach? Maybe it’s just me, and maybe it’s […]

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Jumbo pizza hamentaschen

By | March 4, 2014

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I’ve always felt it was a shame that hamentaschen have so little in the way of filling. You know how it goes — put more than a teaspoon or so in the center of a standard-sized hamentaschen, and it opens during baking. So to get a serious amount of filling, I had to go big. […]

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Sunflower zucchini quick bread

By | June 24, 2013

My formula for breaking a fast is soup and bread. Summer or winter, hot or cold, it’s always soup and bread. In the summer, of course, I’m more likely to choose a cold soup (though that actually isn’t the plan for tomorrow). With two summertime fasts coming up quickly, the timing is perfect for a […]

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Garlic brown-butter breadsticks

By | April 19, 2013

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I’d like you to meet my garlic brown-butter breadsticks. I’m still not sure whether that’s the right name, though. They aren’t stick-like, so it feels weird to call them breadsticks. They’re rolled like croissants, but the dough is much thicker (and not flaky). “Garlic brown-butter breadsticks that look like croissants” was too long, though. So […]

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