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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by dcwrestlefan, Oct 26, 2007.
Nothing like nice hot garlic bread with lasagna. What say you?
I agree, garlic bread all the way!
i wish we could pick more than one on this poll!
i haven't met a bread i don't like, but good cornbread is heavenly and i don't get it much, so that's what i picked.
italian and garlic bread aren't far behind, nor is a warm french baguette with sweet creamy butter.
then there are homemade biscuits. plain, with sausage gravy, or with strawberries and cream.
a good dark, nutty bread spread with nutella is delicious too.
if you like chain restaurants, those cheese biscuits at red lobster are insanely delicious, and texas roadhouse has those hot cinnamon butter rolls...
i could write an ode to bread.
cinnamon is good too.
Any of my homemade breads. I've been a baker since the first time I tasted fresh-from-the-oven homemade bread. I was hooked, and wanted to be able to do it myself. My two specialties are light wheat dinner rolls, and onion&garlic bread.
I never learned to duplicate my Mom's biscuits or her cornbread, but they were the best on the earth, absolutely heavenly.
I don't eat bread like I did before but I like the grain bread wheatberry and maybe I'll try the Gluten Free kind.. I love to make homemade banana nut bread as well .
I selected "Other" for Potato bread. Mmm...
Baguettes, no contest. They're so versatile. (For the purposes of this poll, I chose French.)
You really needed to have more choices in the poll, and the capacity to choose more than one type.
Spain alone has more than 300 types of bread.
I love virtually any really fresh bread ... sourdough, corn bread, seven-grain, what the French call pain de campagne (a bit less sour than sourdough bread), baguettes, the various Indian breads (among them, chapatis or particularly naan), and so on.
One of the best sandwich breads has to be focaccia.
Alas, I love bread too much and have to stay pretty much away from it.:frown1:
A warm french Baguette with fresh whipped butter and cheese.
I never know... are you NoBliss or MercurialStrings?:wink:
Bliss has had my homemade bread before (unfortunately, it was not my best effort; I only had a couple of hours to make it, so it was a rush job!)
Rubi, I do make a multigrain, high-protein, no fat bread you would probably like. It's pretty healthy, as breads go!
There's an Afghan bakery in my area, and they make a delicious semi-flat bread.
Okay, I'll come and see the Mall, and then it's to your place ... for the maul, and the multigrain.
NoBliss for me. Not until I return to the East Coast, anyway.
I'd love to try that recipe sometime, if I may. I've heard rave reviews. :wink:
DC'll give it to you. (Oops. The recipe, boi, the recipe.)
After all, NoBliss oblige.
I'm worried about you, boi.
When you used to carry your baguette home in its long white bag, you'd tell anyone who asked, "Why, that's the staff o' life in there."
But since your Trip to the Land of the Free, when you're walkin' along with your hand in your pocket, you're glad you're holdin' the staff o' life.
Don't you eat baguettes any more, boi?:tongue:
And what else did you learn in Amerika?
I'll give you plenty more than a recipe, Senor. All high-protein!
I have discovered the most delicious flat bread from a place called Cosi. It is just simply addictive. They make sandwiches from it and even use it to make pizza.
The Man For All Kneads.
(sorry about that one, couldn't help myself, DC)
Really scraping the barrel with this thread.