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The greatest thing since sliced bread!

In my travels today, I ended up passing through Santa Ysabel, so I stopped in the world famous Dudley's Bakery. I picked up 3 loaves of fresh baked bread: Potato, which doesn't actually have any potatoes in it, but is light and very slightly sweet. Date Nut Raisin, which has raisins, chopped dates, walnuts and honey. Cheddar Cheese, which is my favorite, made with lots of real cheese.

I've got to make hamburgers for dinner tonight. The cheese bread tastes SOOOOOOO good toasted and served with grilled ground beef and onions.



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Jan. 14th, 2006 02:08 am (UTC)
Potato bread is indeed supposed to have potatoes in it. Typically you use water in which potatoes were boiled, and a small amount (half cup to a cup) of mashed potatoes in the dough. It doesn't taste or smell of potato, but is moist and chewy with a particular texture to the crust. The potato water makes yeast work hard and fast, and potato dough often rises in as little as half the time. One of my favorite breads, either home made or from the bakery.
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