The BEST Cornmeal Yeast Rolls Recipe

Don’t let the “yeast” part of these rolls intimidate you or stop you from making them. They are very straightforward, easy steps and the flavor is better than any other yeast roll that I have made. The milk, sugar, and cornmeal cook together to make a lovely mixture that is actually quite tasty on its…

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Japanese Milk Bread

If you have been a part of My Daily Bread Body and Soul very long you will know that I adore making bread.  I like eating it but even more, I like making it!   I was in Japan a few years ago on vacation and I don't remember bread ever being served.  And what about the…

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Sticky Biscuits
Breakfast featuring Sticky Biscuits

Sticky Biscuits

Here is the problem ... these pictures don't do these sticky biscuits justice. I have tried on several occasions to take just the right picture to make you want to pluck the biscuit right off the page and gobble it up. Well, let me back up .... Last spring I was at a Community Bible…

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Hot Cross Buns for Easter Dinner

Are you making Hot Cross buns tomorrow?  I plan to make them tomorrow afternoon for Sunday Easter dinner.  These buns are so delicious, fragrant and a beautiful addition to any Easter dinner table.  I posted the recipe last year on March 30, you can get the recipe here. I haven't been blogging much this month.…

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My Daily Bread and Sometimes Whole Wheat and Rye Bread
Rye and Whole Wheat Bread

My Daily Bread and Sometimes Whole Wheat and Rye Bread

My Daily Bread means different things on different days.  Some days it just means I want to make fresh, homemade, fragrant bread for my family.  Other days it means I need to spend lots and lots of time in prayer. It means I need the Lord's strength as food for my soul. Lately, He has…

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My Nephew’s Family-Favorite Pepperoni Bread
Makes a wonderful appetizer too!

My Nephew’s Family-Favorite Pepperoni Bread

After a full-on Thanksgiving week of turkey, baked sliced ham, dressing, mashed potatoes, and a zillion side dishes I am usually "over-it." Toss in a couple of holiday parties featuring turkey or ham and when Christmas dinner rolls around I am designing a menu based on pasta sauce or even meatloaf! I don't think it…

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Savory Monkey Bread

If you have followed my blog very long you will know that I love making recipes that are fast and easy and look like a million bucks! This is just such a recipe. I saw a Taste of Home recipe for pull-apart garlic bread. The cook sharing the recipe is Carol Shields, from Summerville Pennsylvania.…

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Buttermilk Biscuits & The Chief’s Legendary Gravy
Buttermilk Biscuits Hot Out Of The Oven!

Buttermilk Biscuits & The Chief’s Legendary Gravy

My step-son Bryan was coming for a visit and he sent me a picture of a mile-high biscuit from a restaurant in California, commenting about the "best biscuit" he ever ate.  To a slightly competitive cook that was basically throwing down the gauntlet! Whenever the kids come home the Chief's biscuits and gravy are always on the…

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A Half Truth

Driving into town last week I read this  sign in a local church yard.  A half truth, a "little white lie", a twist of truth ... is still a whole lie.   This has bounced around in my head all through the week, not to mention the many times I drove that road in to town…

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