What's your favorite bread?

Discussion in 'Pastries & Baking' started by chef_isa, Jun 22, 2005.

  1. chef_isa

    chef_isa

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    What's your favorite bread?
    How do you prefer eat it? Sandwich, caserole, gazpacho?
    Any other comments about your favorite bread?

    My favorite bread is baguette
    I love baguette sandwiches, just ham, cheese, lettuce, tomato, sprouts and soy mayonaise...salt and pepper in vegetables.
     
  2. harpua

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    Ciabatta.. I just LOVE how chewy it is. I especially like it day old.

    I like it toasted with tomato and basil tapenade, I like it with soup ladled over it,
    and I especially like it as a sandwich with mayo and tomatoes and arugula, grain mustard, sprouts, sunflower seeds, and fakin bacon. And red onion. Thinly sliced.
     
  3. kylew

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    Your asking me to make Sophie's Choice! :)
     
  4. souswee

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    Challah, not only is it great that day, it makes the best French toast ever the next morning. I make it constantly
     
  5. jock

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    No matter what kind of bread, when it's good, it's good!!!

    Jock
     
  6. ricib

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    Apricot bread or cinnamon raisin bread for french toast. Sweet honey wheat (Hawaiian) bread for a sandwhich.
     
  7. swifty

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    foraciia(I'm clueless on the spelling).
    I just love it as an appetizier but its very hard to get.
     
  8. ma facon

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    I like my bread fresh and still warm. Anykind of bread. :chef:
     
  9. harpua

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    You know, out of curiosity, I have made Anadama bread a few times, and I just love it. For those who don't know, it's a bread made with molasses and cornmeal (and the basics, flour, salt, etc..). It has that cornmeal graininess and a hint of sweetness. It's so good. I recommend you make it if you have time. It makes incredible toast!

    I guess the story is, that back in the day, Anna left her husband with nothing but cornmeal and molasses, so he whipped up this bread while saying, "Anna, **** her!"