This recipe makes the perfect white bread for sandwiches (especially grilled cheese). Because it has butter and sugar, it takes almost a week before it goes stale if you keep it wrapped in plastic. It is based on a Martha Stewart recipe and won a 2nd place ribbon at the San Diego County Fair in 2013.
Note: A Pullman loaf pan has a lid so that each slice is a perfect square. You can also make it in a standard loaf plan.
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I’ve been making grilled pizza for over a year, but, the trend really seems to have caught on this year. Every week my wife and I find a few more recipes for this wonderful summer dinner.
This recipe is based on one that I saw on Chef Anne Burrell’s
Food Network show, Secrets of a Restaurant Chef. It makes a crispy thin crust pizza that is great with any topping. Use whatever toppings you want but make sure you don’t put too much sauce on. I like mine with fresh diced tomatoes, sausage and a combination of shredded mozzarella and fresh parmegiano reggiano cheeses.
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This is another Alton Brown recipe from the Food Network. If you would rather have breadsticks just cut each rope in half and don’t twist into a pretzel shape. You can also create your own toppings if you would rather have something other than salt (I like toasted sesame seeds).
Makes eight pretzels.