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“Personally I'd choose to stay in and bake anadama bread on a snowy day like this though.”
“I've never had anadama bread, but it looks fantastic!”
“These substantial but fluffy waffles capture the essence of anadama bread, a traditional New England yeast loaf made with cornmeal and molasses.”
“To make French bâtards or anadama, breads of rye or spelt, fougasse with olives and semolina, they need flour, and for flour, they need wheat.”
“Aside from a brief 3 year stint in Nashville for law school, I've always lived in New England and I'm pretty sure I never had anadama bread.”
“The first bread the group baked was the anadama and I was intrigued because Peter Reinhart says it's "one of the great New England breads".”
“Shane and I enjoyed some of the bread that night with our dinner but it was the next day that I discovered my favorite use for the anadama bread.”
“You can find the recipe for the anadama bread here.”
“I threw in a cup of mashed banana 2 medium both because I like the flavor combination and because of the added hilarity of the new name: Banana-anadama.”
“Six kinds of bread, baked fresh each morning: oatmeal, cinnamon raisin, anadama, whole wheat, cayenne cheddar, and whatever other kind Serina feels like baking.”
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