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sarah 12-13-2005 11:57 AM

Jewish Rye Bread-Yum
 
ok,i had never eaten it before,got it from a local bakery the other day,and now i'm totally hooked on it,its just delicious,grilled with lots of butter on one side,ummm...its addictive....

Andy M. 12-13-2005 12:25 PM

Yeah, it's really good stuff. I only like it unseeded.

mudbug 12-13-2005 05:40 PM

excellent grilled with swiss cheese--or Jarlsberg if you're feeling luxe.

sarah 12-13-2005 05:58 PM

i think seeds r the best part,swiss cheese,ummmm,will try that

licia 12-13-2005 06:12 PM

My dd really enjoys rye toast for breakfast. I like my rye bread better at other meals.

buckytom 12-14-2005 01:40 AM

sarah, it's time to make a reuben with that rye, to see it's real purpose in life!

GB 12-14-2005 08:36 AM

Good rye bread (seeds are a must IMO) is one of my greatest food pleasures! There is a serious difference between mass produced rye bread that you get in the supermarket and rye from a good baker. I guess you could say that about any type of bread of course. If you have only had the mass produced stuff then seek out some "real" rye bread from a baker if possible. Go to a deli or bread baker in NY. We were actually just in Florida and went to a deli there. This deli is known for their rye bread. The have signs like "Home of the famous rye" etc. When you sit down they bring you a hot loaf. I was skeptical at first because I have had some great rye in my time, but my grandparents assured me it was even better than the stuff they used to get in NY. They were right. The bread was so soft and melted in your mouth. the crust was perfect. It was heaven!

Don't get me wrong. I love the mass produced kind too. it makes some of the best toast you will ever taste. Toast it to a dark golden brown and load on the butter. MMMMMM

mish 12-14-2005 10:20 AM

In a word -- reuben, reuben, reuben. Dunk it in some hot matza ball soup. Mmmmm. :smile:

kadesma 12-15-2005 07:44 PM

Sarah,
Rye is one of my favorite breads, I prefer dark breads to white any time. I like to take rye bread, butter one side then top with somr thin sliced ham and swiss, some may and mustard on the other side butter lettuce and tomato and a thin slice of onion and then I use my paninni press and make a hot sandwich, I of course have a big dill pickle with it:lol: I even will eat rye with butter and nothing else, toasted is great... Now I guess it's time to fire up the oven and make some...

kadesma:lol:

SpiceUmUp 12-15-2005 08:01 PM

The BEST rye bread (and I have probably had rye bread from 300 sources at this point in my life) is at a Bakery in Ellenville NY by the Name of Cohen's Bakery. Try their Pumpernickle Rye. The best I have ever had.

I will say this: the best way to experiance rye bread is with corned beef stacked high, not to lean, with a good shmear of a dark brown deli mustard.

I love a good ruben (and I have had them at the orginal Ruben's Deli in NYC) but it is not the best way to taste a good rye.


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