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Chocolate Almond Twist Bread – Guest Post by The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

October 16, 2014
Chocolate Almond Twist Bread | Magnolia Days

It is nice to take a break every now and then. To escape for a vacation is down-right necessary as far as I’m concerned. It has been a while since I’ve been away on a trip purely for fun. My mother and I are headed to Germany for a special birthday celebration. Earlier this year […]

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Grape Focaccia for #BreadBakers

October 14, 2014
Grape Focaccia | Magnolia Days

What would the world be like without grapes? To start with we would be missing a tasty and healthy natural snack. We would also be missing one of the finest beverages of all – wine. It is no secret I do my part in contributing to the economy via the wine industry. A glass of […]

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Walnut Wheat Bread for #BreadBakers

September 9, 2014
Walnut Wheat Bread | Magnolia Days

There are a few important tasks to do upon arrival. Every time my mom and I travel to Germany we have a priority of things to do. First is hugging my uncle who picks us up at the airport. We go to his home and unpack. Next order of business is to head out to […]

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Peanut Butter Muffins

September 4, 2014
Peanut Butter Muffins | Magnolia Days

It has been a week of discoveries. One of them being my oven running hotter than what it is should. A sensor must be off a little. It caused some of my cakes and breads to be over-baked. Muffins turned into hockey pucks and that is not a good thing. I finally got an oven […]

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Herbed Skillet Cornbread for #TwelveLoaves

August 5, 2014
Herbed Skillet Cornbread | Magnolia Days

Did you know you could bake in a skillet? Not a cast iron one, but a regular frying pan type skillet? I admit I didn’t until recently. I was looking for recipes to use the herbs I’m growing in my garden. Some of those herbs have been quite plentiful this year. I ran across a […]

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Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Muffins

July 24, 2014
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Muffins | Magnolia Days

Simple, comfort, home, quiet, calm, and chocolate – these are words I had most on my mind. The past months have been exciting, challenging, complex, and filled with highs and lows. There isn’t a single minute of it I would take back. I only wish there had been more minutes of the day to get […]

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Citrus Pecan Quick Bread for #TwelveLoaves

July 1, 2014
Citrus Pecan Quick Bread | Magnolia Days

Exiting onto the turnpike was always a relief. It meant the long car journey was almost over. We were on the final stretch to our destination. Giant billboards are lined up one after another on both sides of the road. Each one is selling the message of fun in the sun: “Stay Here”, “Play Here”, […]

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Cherry Almond Sweet Rolls for #TwelveLoaves

June 3, 2014
Cherry Almond Sweet Rolls | Magnolia Days

The dough was rising in a warm spot in the kitchen. Or I thought it was. I went to check on it after 45 minutes and it was exactly the same size as it was after kneading. Everything had been done according to the recipe. Quantities were correct and a thermometer was used to verify […]

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Sausage, Onion, and Cheese Muffins for #TwelveLoaves

May 6, 2014
Sausage, Onion and Cheese Muffins | Magnolia Days

A tear rolled down my face. It was followed by another and soon it was hard to see. Walking away was the only option. Was my heart broken? No. Did I just receive some terrible news? Nope. It was the darn onions. Chopping them released that eye-burning chemical. I had forgotten to light a candle […]

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Orange Biscuits for #TwelveLoaves

April 1, 2014
Orange Biscuits | Magnolia Days

Flour, fat, and liquid are the only three things needed for a batch of fluffy biscuits. Well, that is when the flour is self-rising. Scoop out flour into a bowl, cut in the fat, and bind it together with liquid. Cut or shape then bake. It’s as easy as it sounds. The problem to share […]

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