Rye Bread (I think)

This is a well worn, well loved recipe that I believe is for rye bread. That is a guess because of the use of rye flour, but if you know differently, please let me know! I love when a recipe is beaten up, stained, and obviously well used. It tells me that it’s a good one. … Continue reading

Butterhorn Rolls (Mom)

I have no idea what these are, but the sound like they would be delicious. Make up a batch of these, put them in the basket and serve at Thanksgiving. Yummmmmmm. Butterhorn Rolls (Mom) 1 cup milk scalded 1/2 cup of butter and shortening 1/2 cup sugar 1 pkg yeast 2 to 3 eggs (beaten) … Continue reading

Cottage Bread

I have to admit it. I haven’t tried making anything with yeast yet. I suppose I should ask my mother to teach me how, I just have never gotten around to it. But, I have a distinct memory of the smell of bread baking one time when Gram came to stay with us. It is … Continue reading

Cold Dough

Once again, my lack of knowledge and experience with bread dough requires that my readers contribute to the site and tell me exactly what cold dough is used for. Rolls? Secondly “Fluffo?” That I was able to find was once a competitor to Crisco in the 1950s. It was a yellow colored shortening which claimed … Continue reading