Friday, 29 November 2013

Food on Friday: Bread


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I have an admission to make.  I have never baked my own bread (I don't count baking par-baked bread rolls).  So I am in awe of all of you who do!

Bread goes well with:

Avocados
Bacon
Beef
Butter
Caramelised onions
Cheese
Chicken
Eggs
Extra virgin olive oil
Grilled eggplant
Ham
Jam
Marmalade
Mayonnaise
Olives
Pate
Roasted sweet peppers (capsicum)
Rosemary
Salad leaves
Sardines
Smoked fish
Soup
Spreads and dips
Tomatoes
Vegemite/Marmite



To add your bread post, just pop your name and the name of the dish/recipe into the first Mr Linky box and paste the url for your post into the second one.

I will be pinning the dishes to this Pinboard as fast as I can. This will help you check out other dishes.

Have a bready good time!


53 comments:

  1. Another great theme. I bake most of the breads that we eat.
    Thanks Carole.

    ~Ann

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  2. Great subject this week! I love my carbs, especially on Thanksgiving. Small fresh-baked dinner rolls are perfect for leftover Thanksgiving turkey sandwiches. In this case, with Hanukkah and Thanksgiving being at the same time, I posted the fabulous Challah recipe I got from a Jewish friend.

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  3. Hi Carol! Thanks for hosting! I'm sharing two recipes this week. One is buns and the bread, both of which are gluten free, yeast free, dairy free.
    I hope you have a great week!

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  4. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! If you can't get refrigerated biscuit dough where you live, you can make your own--just look for a recipe for "buttermilk biscuits."

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  5. Hi, Carol! Enjoy the sunny weather! It's snowing here in Winnipeg.
    Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! My post - #8 - is another two-fer: a bread that freezes well and a quick pizza. It would also be great with leftover turkey.

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  6. Carole,
    What a timely collection! I've linked up multigrain cereal sandwich rolls, what my guest baker (I've known her all my life ;) ) makes for us to enjoy our Thanksgiving leftovers in sandwich form.
    Over the summer, as part of the Homegrown.org summer book club, I read Michael Pollan's Cooked. I was sufficiently intrigued about his descriptions of sourdough baking, and of a Wonder Bread factory, to start baking my own sourdough bread. Don't get all impressed--my initial starter came as a dried powder (present from my son) and most often I bake loaves in my bread machine. My kids and I prefer the homemade bread. My spouse recently returned and thinks that the crumbs all over the counter are not worth it. Eh, I'll work on him.

    Thanks for hosting!

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  7. Thanks, Carole. I put up 2. I've got many, many. many more in docaitta.com. They can just search "bread"!

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  8. Hi Carole! Here's my gluten-free two cents!

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  9. Hey Carole! thanks for hop! I love bread and had a couple to contribute. Have a great weekend!

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  10. Hi Carole an easy good old corn bread recipe.

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  11. I've brought a selection of breads, from bagels through banana bread to a chilli & cheese cornbread - plus a few inbetween! :)

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  12. Thanks for hosting. Shared two of my fav breads.

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  13. There is no food I love more than bread. Happy Thanksgiving, Carole!!

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  14. Lovely theme! Bread baking is a delight and I am all for it! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

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  15. Love homemade bread - so versatile! I've added my golden linseed bread. Thanks for the invitation, Carole. x

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  16. My mum is a very dedicated baker - me not so much but my naan bread are easy and delicious.

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  17. awesome friday, I love these bread links!

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  18. Happy Thanksgiving! Brought over my homemade biscuits. Also, accidentally linked the same link about potato wedges from before but couldn't figure out how to delete.

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  19. Bread - sometimes it's the only reason I get out of bed.

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  20. Thanks for another awesome party Carole! Have a wonderful weekend. :)

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  21. Ooh...I can't wait to get home from work this arvo and look at that Caramelised Onion Focaccia and Dave's Mum's Corn Bread! Thanks for hosting Carole.

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  22. Thanks Carole! I've posted two delicious holiday breads that I hope you and your friends enjoy :)

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  23. Home made bread! One of my favourite things, looking forward to checking out the other recipes, thanks Carole :)

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  24. Carole,

    I have linked mine- soft bun with ham and spring onion.

    Thanks for holding the party!

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  25. I added a Challah to the mix and will try to get back later with another bread recipe - I know it's here somewhere! Thanks for the invitation.

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  26. Thanks for hosting. You always have the best ideas for link ups on Friday :)

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  27. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone a great day for bread recipes!

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  28. Thank you for the party, Carole! It is definitely baking season now. Today was our coldest yet. Perfect for baking and eating warm, fluffy bread. Off to visit some links!

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  29. Hi Carole, just added my gluten free victory loaf to the list. Hope you're having a lovely day!

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  30. So happy you kept me on your mailing list, even though it has been months since I have posted, Carole. Here's a recipe from seven years back, just in time for the winter holidays. I made this late one Christmas Eve, and might try it again this year.

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  31. You've hit on one of my favorite topics...homemade bread! Delicious!!

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  32. I love, love homemade bread! Sharing two favourites - a hearty no-knead cider, apple and barley loaf and a fluffy, delightful coconut milk tiger bread.

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  33. I dropped off the simplest bread recipe ever! No knead and hardly any mixing!

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  34. The only bread recipe I have online is my recent Low Carb Bread recipe...it's great for toast :D

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  35. Thanks Carole ! I added a collection of our favorite bread recipes :-)

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  36. Hi Carol, linked to my favorite no-knead bread. Have a great week end!

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  37. I love baking bread and shared a recipe for a (no-knead) Chocolate Chip Cherry Maple Challah (it seems to have disappeared...
    http://lifesafeast.blogspot.fr/2012/08/cherry-chocolate-chip-maple-challah.html

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  38. Thanks Carole! I've added my 5 minute no knead bread to this awesome list. Will try other yummy recipes soon!

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  39. Thanks Carole I linked up my Irish soda bread recipe :D

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  40. Good Morning Carole, I love bread. I love it toasted with butter, I love it dunked into soup and I love chicken, avocado and mayonnaise sandwiches.....but not for the next few weeks as I am trying to lose a few pounds before Christmas. I have included my Soda bread this week, so I am now going to get inspired by reading other blogs which have joined your party.
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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  41. Hi, Carole! I shared a recipe for milk bread I made for St. Brighid's Day back in February.

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  42. I bake most all of our bread and I can't wait to check out some of the other recipes! :)

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  43. Thanks for this great idea for the week. I've just discovered how easy it is to make the kind of bread I like to eat, and I'm on my second bag of flour so far, and it's only been two weeks. This No-Knead bread is so good. I actually bake it and bring to a lot of gatherings, and it seems pretty popular. I'm also posting the other kind of bread I bake on a regular basis, which is Danish style Rye Bread.

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  44. Love this category. I posted my Mamma's Dilly Batter Bread.

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  45. Hi Carole.... late entry, submitted 3 bread recipes. Hope you'll like them!

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  46. Thanks Carole for another terrific Food on Friday idea for eveyone

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  47. I love bread and sadly don't make it often enough.

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  48. I entered my sister's bread recipe which she has perfected over many years

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  49. Well, I'm alittle late to the party, but I made it:) Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  50. I'm late too (thoroughly enjoyed our Thanksgiving weekend, away from the internet!), but I'm here now! :) Shared my Iced Pumpkin Bread recipe. :)
    Thanks so much for the party! :)

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