What would life be without bread? We love to bake it, sniff it, toast it, and savor it in every way imaginable.

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Thyme Focaccia with Kalamata Mascarpone Spread

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The rich, smooth taste of the mascarpone blends delightfully with the tangy kalamata olives and thyme creating a deliciously creamy combination to savor. This focaccia recipe is highly adaptable, and can be flavored with any herb, fresh or dried. We have included other mascarpone spread variations below.

Rosca Rey de Reyes Tropical al Café (Three Kings Tropical Bread with Coffee)

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Rosca Rey de Reyes, or Rosca de los Reyes, is eaten in México, Puerto Rico, and Portugal on Twelfth Night (January 6th), celebrated in the Catholic religion as the day the Three Kings arrived in Bethlehem bearing gifts for Jesus of Nazareth.

Savory Bread Pudding

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Use a good quality multigrain or sourdough bread for best results, and don’t hesitate to replace the vegetables and herbs with your favorites, as bread pudding is very forgiving.

Dried Fig & Hazelnut Bread

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This wonderful fall recipe was crafted by cookbook author Susan Herrmann Loomis, who is well known for teaching cooking classes in her home in Normandy…“On Rue Tatin.”

Lavender, Walnut & Honey Slipper Breads (Ciabatta)

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This recipe makes a soft dough, which is easiest to knead with a heavy-duty electric mixer or in a food processor.

Lavash Crackers

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These are an excellent accompaniment to hors d’oeuvres or cheese boards for your casual entertaining.

An Ode to Bread

Bread. The staff of life. It has captured my imagination for the past week, and I am happy to report that my loaves have been unexpectedly successful. I started out with simple wheat and white breads, but yesterday I turned artisan and made rye and pumpernickel. The rye is gorgeous — it tastes like a […]