Braided Easter Ham Pepperoni & Cheese Bread with Tutorial

  My Mama always made this tasty bread for every religious holiday and if we begged, sometimes in between. Mom used to buy pounds of aged meats and cheeses and painstakingly cube every bit. Then she would mix fresh beaten eggs and finely grated Parmesan and fill and roll, what seemed like dozens, of loaves. […]

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Kindred Milk Bread ~Frugal Hausfrau

There are times you can’t help yourself, you just have to make a recipe – and this is one of those times! This is Kindred’s Milk Bread. It’s served at Kindred Restaurant in Davidson, North Carolina to every dinner table. It’s a beautiful thing, this bread. Make it – I promise you you’ll love it! via…

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Spiced Apple Pecan Loaf

Originally posted on apuginthekitchen:
3 mini loaves You all know about my passion for animals and that I work with rescue and animal related charities. One of the groups I work with is called PugsquadSOS. We recently had an auction to benefit a small animal rescue group in upstate NY and I donated homemade baked…

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Pasta ca’ Muddica (Pasta with Breadcrumbs) — Mangia Bedda!

Pasta with breadcrumbs or “pasta ca’ muddica” as we call it in Sicilian. This is peasant food at it’s best. All you need is leftover bread, spaghetti, lots of olive oil and grated cheese. That’s all! Pasta ca’ muddica is what my mother would make when we were little. These days, whenever we visit… via Pasta…

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Sicilian Sausage Alfredo & Italian Cheese Braided Pizza Bread

Another Saturday (or any) Night Special at home! I’ve converted my Mama Carmela’s ham bread recipe into a “busy chef” version using Alfredo sauce as the base and also for dipping. If you want to simplify the process, pop on over to your nearest pizza shoppe. Most pizzerias will sell pounds of their dough to…

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Jana’s Savory Golden Beef Hand Pies

These super easy, golden, savory hand pies are very versatile and mix and match, if you will. Intermingle different veggies, use chicken or pork instead of beef, mix up herbs and seasonings to taste, maybe even add a bit of cheese—it’s your call! However, this is our friend Jana’s version and the flavors, status quo, are phenomenal!…

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