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Old 08-29-2008, 07:33 PM   #21
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Boy that does look good, Jeeks.
And it does look like a stromboli, but the dough doesn't look like it was rolled up with the meat and cheese. Close though.....
But I think AC is right. That's a meal unto itself and not a different bread type to make sandwiches out of.
But who needs sandwiches when you have that "meatbread"?
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Old 08-29-2008, 08:17 PM   #22
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That is what I was thinking Pacanis. I could make that puppy and take it a day or two. I have a microwave in the office and I can just warm it there.

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Another option for variety is hatched. Haven't bought a lunch in NYC in 3 months. Great B'Fast too. I got tow small Stainless Steel containers and I take cheerios skim mikl and OJ for B'Fast. A ganola bar fot 10:00 Am snack and sannie for lunch. Works out great and tastes great.
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Old 08-29-2008, 08:23 PM   #23
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I was going to suggest challah too......different tastes when you put either sesame seeds or poppy seeds on it.....try it, you'll like it!!
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Old 08-29-2008, 09:15 PM   #24
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I have a few in my collection. Will try to come back & post a few links - or if there are any that grab your interest.

Yup, Stromboli. Posted a recipe & there was a thread from Andy M.

Here's a bunch:
Stromboli Sandwich for Meat Lovers Recipe: Recipes: RecipeTips.com

Tomato Bread

Spinach & cheese swirls

Zuchinni (& onion)

Cinnamon, raisin, date, nut (great w cream cheese)

(Italian) Monkey Bread & Mexican Gorilla Bread

Pumpkin

Banana Nut

Lemon Tea Bread

Bialies or bagels

Homemade Hot Pockets

Calzone
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Old 08-30-2008, 12:12 AM   #25
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I buy kalamata bread which is delish for sammys. Or make challa for my sammys and french toast, Try adding quinuo ? or spelt to your white bread or a few caraway seeds for a nice touch. Or make whole berry whole wheat easy to make and great for sammys
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Old 08-30-2008, 06:51 AM   #26
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Got Garlic - I looked at the Parmesan bread and I love it, of course now I have to have the onion soup, it looks delish.

*Amy*- The Tomato Bread, the Spinich and Cheese Swirls and the hot pockets sound great. I woul dlove to try Biallies and Bagels over the winter. I do make Calzones, lov 'em.

I was thinking about Kitchenelf's idea of rosemary and olives in whitebread. Iwoke up thing ing about caroway seeds and I was wondering about maybe some fennel. I don't know about all together. Does anyone think this is dumb? Kind of white bread on steriods. :)

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Old 08-30-2008, 07:32 AM   #27
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Does anyone think this is dumb?
Not me. I'm forever experimenting with bread. Just made my first cinnamon-raisin NYT with 25% white whole wheat flour (Bob's Red Mill). Yummo!

Step out in faith. Nothing ventured...nothing gained.

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Old 08-30-2008, 07:34 AM   #28
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Not dumb at all. You may stumble upon something great. The only way to learn if something is good or not is to try. Go for it!
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Well GB, I have entered an experiment. I took my 10 grain recipe posted here and subbed 2C Medium rye for the 10 grain flour, added 1 Tbsp Caraway, 3 Tbsp Ryebread enhancer and subbed 1/2C Flax seed for the 1/2 C Millers Bran that I usually use.

I have my 2 Labradors warmed up in case it comes out horrible. My usual Rye is made with Rye Sour, shich I have managed to kill through neglect over the summer. I am hoping for a lighter Rye for Sandwiches. We will see.

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I can't wait to hear how it turned out.
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