pueblo adobe bread
see pueblo bread.
From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Baking your own bread isn’t as hard as you think, and there are many different kinds of healthy recipes to experiment with. Keep the croissants and baguettes to the pros (those can get a bit complicated). Here are some simple and delicious recipes to try.
Think beyond banana bread — Food Network Magazine has dozens of sweet and savory ideas.
Get the family into the kitchen to make these edible animals out of bread dough. They're super fun to create — and eat.
This bread pudding works for breakfast or dessert -- make it the night before you're planning to serve it and heat it up while the coffee is brewing.
Bread Pudding and French toast are like first cousins. Use a Food Network Magazine recipe to turn French toast in to the ultimate bread pudding.
It’s easy to be fooled into believing that zucchini bread is good for you – it’s made with vegetables after all! In actuality, many recipes are weighed down with fat and sugar -- so we’re going to lighten things up.
Soaked in sugar, eggs and half-and-half, bread pudding is decadent to say the least. Good news – it’s possible to cozy up with a tasty version of this comfort food for less calories.
The hidden heritage of American wheats.