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“Abdalla said for the last two years the Centre has received free bread from Bread and Butter Bakery.”
“Slide 7: EUCHARIST • Sacred meal • Forgives venial sins • If given to the sick VIATICUM • NOT COMMUNION • TRANSUBSTANTIATION - The process by which the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ • SIGNS - Bread - Wine”
“Her phrase Bread and Roses was later used as the title of a poem and still later was set to music by Mimi Farina and sung by artists as varied as Ani Defranco, Judy Collins and John Denver.”
“The United Jewish Campaign published her pamphlet “A Visit to the David Brown Colony in Crimea” in the late 1920s, and a fictionalized account of life in a Jewish settlement in Russia appeared under the title Bread and Love in 1930.”
“My recipe for Chocolate Chip Banana Bread is a hands-down favorite among our friends and colleagues.”
“Irish Soda Bread is an especially important component of the Irish diet, not only because it is simple to make but because it's an important preparation for soaking up and warding off the worst effects of potato cider, potato beer and potato whiskey, so it's obviously eaten several times a day.”
“On another level, the World Food Prize affirms what we have known all along: Ending hunger requires effective advocacy, like what Bread is doing, and on-the-ground aid like that of Jo Luck and Heifer International.”
“How does this recognition highlight the important work that Bread is engaged in?”
“I hope to eat healthier which means I have to cut back on the recipes I love to make (cake, cookies, cupcakes) and focus my baking love on breads (BTW - Cuban Bread is still a staple here).”
“A big Easter Egg Braided Bread is easier to make than it looks, and very dramatic on the table.”
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