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Pumpkin Apple Bread


Tis the season of apples and pumpkins. This moist pumpkin apple bread is a perfect blend of the two Fall favorite ingredients. The treat: savor the aroma of cinnamon and nutmeg while it bakes in the oven. Its one of the signature in our home that Fall is here. Ingredients 16 oz fresh pumpkin puree 1 granny smith apple, chopped Read More

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Garlic Bread


I used to buy frozen garlic bread whenever we have spaghetti at home until I discovered a homemade garlic bread recipe. There is no going back to frozen garlic bread once I tried this recipe. It does take a little more work, but for the homemade taste, it is worth investing some effort. Hanna made this garlic bread to go Read More

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Cranberry Banana Bread


I was getting ready to make Cranberry Orange Bread when EK told me that I need to use the bananas are they are getting too ripe. Does cranberry goes well with bananas? Sure they do! Now I can combine the sweetness of bananas and the tartness of cranberries all in one bread. This is my new discovery of the week! Read More

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Cranberry Orange Mini Bundts


I need to salvage the bag of cranberries left in the fridge since Christmas. I picked out a cup-full that are still in very good shape; hard, bright, and shiny. This is the result. If only the camera can also capture the smell… Prep Time: 10 mins Cook Time: 20 mins Makes 16 mini bundts Ingredients 2 cups flour 1 Read More

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Baked French Toast


The Oracle Bakery has been tempting me every Thursday with their Artisan Bread Order reminder email. I finally succumbed to temptation this week and ordered a loaf of Cinnamon Raisin Challah. The note says “Perfect for making weekend French Toast”. It reminds me of the Baked French Toast recipe that I have not touched for more than a year. It’s decadent to have Read More

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Petit Pains Au Lait (Bread rolls with milk)


Don’t the buns look delicious? I had always thought we can only get fresh hot buns in the restaurants, but we can do it at home too, if we care to try. Bought a Bread cook book years ago for $5.99 from a clearance bookshelf and I have only flipped through it all these years; it looks too hard to Read More

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Banana Bread


This banana bread recipe comes from the Betty Crocker’s cook book that I bought when I was in college. It is a time-tested recipe that I like to bake for weekend breakfast. The aroma of banana when it is baking the oven is irresistible; the bread is best served warm when the texture is soft and moist. I have tripled Read More

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