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Entries Tagged as 'Celebration Bread'

Se7en + 1 Steps to Our Hiking Bread…

August 9th, 2014 · 5 Comments

I know we have blogged quite a bit this past year about hiking as a family and the one over-riding question that folk ask is: “What do our kids carry in their backpacks?” Well we keep it really simple… a sweater, two bottles of water, a handful of snacks and a sandwich, not just any […]

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Se7en Discover Flour in the River Cottage Family CookBook…

May 28th, 2010 · 15 Comments

One of the things on our list of fun things to do this past school term was to work our way through this book: The first chapter was all about flour, who knew all there is to know!!! The different types of flour and which you use for which kind of recipe. And who knew […]

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Panettone in “Se7en + 1″ Steps…

January 7th, 2010 · 5 Comments

For some reason we like to celebrate events with bread… I didn’t know this about us until we started blogging and I realize in the last year we have made countless celebratory breads. Last week we celebrated New Year and along with our New Year Tree: And little gifts on the tree: And Panettone… Let’s […]

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Justin Bonello’s Roosterkoek in Se7en Steps…

November 4th, 2009 · 8 Comments

Justin Bonello’s Cooked in Africa is one of our favorite cookbooks ever – here is our rave review!!! Naturally we needed to try a recipe as soon as we got it! I am dying to try his tin cup breakfast but we needed something to dash on our braai on Saturday and RoosterKoek – braai-bread […]

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Challah, Traditional Jewish Festival Bread in Se7en Steps…

September 16th, 2009 · 3 Comments

So Friday is the start of Rosh Hashanah and traditionally Challah bread is served. When served on a regular Sabbath evening these breads are plaited. The three braids represent: truth, peace and justice. The sprinkled seeds on top represent the manna that fell from heaven when the Israelites were roaming the desert at the time […]

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Calzone in Se7en Steps…

April 28th, 2009 · 7 Comments

Well we always have pizza’s on Saturday night – always… But this past week after an entire day out and everyone completely exhausted, and ready for bed, we could not raise any pizza interest… So we made something totally different (not!) and it went down surprisingly well, brilliantly in fact!. The father person has been […]

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Tags: Celebration Bread · Monday Munchies · Quick Meals

Greek Easter Bread in Se7en Steps…

April 7th, 2009 · 2 Comments

Well when we were young and newlywed we used to buy ourselves an Australian Woman’s Weekly Cookbook once a month. And this is where we first met Greek Easter Bread and started our Easter tradition of baking it. Over the years our recipe has evolved somewhat but this is where we got the idea from […]

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