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Summer Fun Sandwiches

Summer time is sandwich time. Kids can make their own, particularly if the fixins' are in the refrigerator ready and waiting to be inserted between two slices of bread. Sandwiches don't have to be ho-hum! Use soft bread for kids' sandwiches and cut them with cookie cutters to make fun shapes. The soft bread is easy to press and cut.


 

The Buzz About Whole Grains
Despite the sometimes confusing or contradictory health news, the value of eating whole grains comes through loud and clear.

 

Pan Bagnat and Other Grown-Up Sandwiches
Forget about peanut butter and jelly. Block memories of tuna on rye and grilled American cheese. Sandwiches can be so much more.

 

Baking Bread with the Kids
Once they try it, kids love to bake bread. It takes time, but a lazy Sunday afternoon or school vacation day is perfect for mixing some very basic ingredients together and watching them transform into an airy loaf of bread.

 

Let's Bake Homemade Bread

The best way to learn how to bake a good loaf of yeast bread is to do it!


 

Grilled Cheese Please!
What's not to like in a grilled cheese sandwich? The sandwiches are simple to make and fun to eat -- here are few ideas to make them more adventurous. The Classic! The classic grilled cheese sandwich is made with two slices of white bread and America

 

How to Buy the Best Bakeware for the Job
With the right bakeware, your cakes, cookies, and muffins will bake evenly. Although not universally true, the best advice when buying baking pans is to go for heavy, solid -- and often expensive -- bakeware. Once bought, it will last a lifetime.

 

Let's Bake Homemade Bread

The best way to learn how to bake a good loaf of yeast bread is to do it!


 








 
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