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20 of Our Best Bread Recipes – Recipes from NYT Cooking

13 Jan

I make a lot of my own bread these days. It just tastes better than just about anything you can get from the store, saves you money and makes the house smell fantastic while it is cooking. it also is not as difficult as many people think it is and once you start making your own bread you will wonder why you never did it before. NYT Cooking has put together 20 great bread recipes to try for nearly any occasion. Check it out!

Source: 20 of Our Best Bread Recipes – Recipes from NYT Cooking

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Posted by on January 13, 2016 in Biscuits, Breads, Cooking, Cooking Websites

 

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2 responses to “20 of Our Best Bread Recipes – Recipes from NYT Cooking

  1. Catherine

    January 21, 2016 at 8:28 pm

    I found your blog while looking on the net for a Cook’s Illustrated pound cake recipe that I lost. That site kills me because they hide the recipes unless you join. Ugh. I’m so happy I found the recipe on YOUR blog. That being said, I was intrigued by the NYT 20 best bread recipes. I have one for you. Broiche. Have you ever made it? I use Thomas Keller’s recipe: http://www.mission-food.com/2011/08/jean-louis-palladins-brioche-via-thomas.html I make it in a Pullman loaf pan and it is spectacular: http://atypical60.com/2015/04/02/the-brioche-has-risen-very-appropriate-for-easter-week/

    I’m going to be busy during the snowstorm looking through your recipes!

     
    • MikeG

      January 22, 2016 at 9:59 pm

      Catherine- I am glad you found my blog and the recipes. I am a big Cook’s Country, Cook’s Illustrated and America’s Test Kitchen and am happy to share what I can. I have never made brioche myself but the recipe looks interesting. I may give this one a try. Thanks for following the blog and I hope you find some great things to try. I hope to be posting new recipes soon when work slows down!

       

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