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         The Daily Recipe: Thursday, February 16, 2006

             *** A WORD FROM THE KITCHEN ***

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We talked about oatmeal yesterday and it occured to me
I never even started liking it until just a few years
ago. As a child we more had cream of wheat and that was
the stuff I really loved. Oh I liked oats especially in
baked stuff like cookies and breads but I could never
seem to do a bowl of it until I finally figured out how
not to make the stuff all gluey - too much water and
overcookin' does it every time. I'm glad because all of
those packets they have now make it ever so convenient
to grab breakfast in my coffee cup at work and we keep
a a variety of different flavors handy at the desk for
breakfast and snack. Ever since I heard oatmeal is good
for you I try to buy bread with oats in it and this
is a nice hearty recipe you can do at home...a HONEY
OATMEAL BREAD that reminds me of something out of a B&B.
I'm all about time-savers these days and this recipe
makes 3 loaves so you can eat one now - freeze 2 for
later taking a tip at the Corner for tips.	  


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1/8 cup yeast
1/2 cup hot water
1 1/2 cup quick oats
3 cups water
1/3 cup melted butter
1 3/4 tablespoons salt
3/4 cup honey
7 1/2 cup flour

In a bowl mix yeast and water and let stand. Mix next five
ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Add yeast and water
mixture. Mix together. Add flour. Set to rise. Divide dough
and knead. Shape into 3 loaves and put into greased standard
loaf pans. Let rise for 1 hour. Coat top of loaves with egg
white mixture and oats before baking. Bake at 325 degrees
for 35 minutes.

Yield: 3 loaves
Category: Breads


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                 MARZEE'S CORNER


               FREEZING BREAD TIPS

You can freeze bread with exellent results. The ideal
way to freeze bread is to first make sure to cool 
completely. Wrap bread tightly in plastic wrap, then
in a layer of aluminum foil and into a plastic freezer
bag. Data package and freeze for up to a few months.
To thaw, bring the bread to room temperature in a few
hours. You can also unwrap and place it in a 350 degree
oven for 10 minutes. This will bring the crust back to
its original crispness.

* We also save money by purchasing a few storebought 
loaves at a time and freezing them. Just pop the
whole package into the freezer and thaw at room temp
when you want it. Keeps freshness very well.


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