Category: Bread

Yeasty or not, bread rocks my world

Spinach and Artichoke Hummus Pull Apart Bread

Spinach and Artichoke Hummus Pull Apart Bread is an easy appetizer that your guests will love! #sponsored

Disclosure: This post is written as a part of the sponsorship I received from Sabra Dipping Company for my attendance at IFBC 2015. All opinions remain my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help keep the wheels turning at Poet in the Pantry!

Have you recovered yet from Christmas? No? Too bad. …

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Cheesy Jalapeño Pretzels

Cheesy Jalapeño Pretzels - Poet in the Pantry

She glances up at him, catching his eye for a moment before returning her gaze to her folded hands on the table in front of her. What more can she say? She’s already laid her heart out, already made herself vulnerable, and it feels all for nothing. With no response, the air between them thickens …

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Bacon Cinnamon Buns

Bacon Cinnamon Bun - Poet in the Pantry

Today was a wrap-yourself-in-a-blanket day. Not because it was a lazy Sunday. No, if only it were that easy. But rather, taking advantage of the time change, I spent the whole morning making bread–because that’s what I do when the mercury takes a dive: bake bread–only to spend 2 hours this afternoon on a soccer …

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Homemade Naan

homemade naan

I’ve never met a bread I didn’t like.

While my palate could be much more refined than it is, there’s one thing that’s universal regardless of its cuisine of origin: bread. Flat or fluffy, soft or crunchy, bread in all its forms is wonderful.

Years ago, I took a History through Fiction …

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Steamed Bacon Buns

Steamed Bacon Buns

I have a confession to make: the first time I ate a steamed (pork) bun was last year. March, to be exact, when I attended the Tourism Australia luncheon. I wasn’t quite sure what to make of it at first–it looked…anemic. Where was my golden crust? Why did it look under-baked? Why would I want to consume …

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Chocolate Chip Cinnamon Bun Cake

Chocolate Chip Cinnamon Bun Cake

The cold continues…as in the one that’s plaguing my head and chest. When I’m not wishing I could sleep myself into oblivion, I’m wandering around in a foggy haze. Concentration is nil. Desire to do anything is about the same. Ugh.

I’m staying true to my plan, though. The 100 Days of Miles plan, that …

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Chocolate Cinnamon Bread: Warm Spices of Fall

Chocolate Cinnamon Bread

Have you heard? Starbucks launched their new pastries from La Boulange this week! I stopped by my local shop on Tuesday–conveniently across the street from where I work–and was greeted with pink banners and bows, a celebration for the occasion. Honestly, I knew it was coming and I was thrilled to find it happening so …

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Brioche

Brioche bread

Disclosure: Giveaways are sponsored by The Food and Wine Conference and #SundaySupper, Stonyfield Organics, Bob’s Red Mill, Whole Foods Orlando, Blackgold Farms, Flavors of Summer, California Walnuts, and Lodge Cast Iron. All opinions and recipes remain my own, unless otherwise noted.

#BrunchWeek continues and I want to know: What kinds of foods do you usually …

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Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

PB and Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

Bananas are the sore losers of the fruit bowl in our house. Last ones picked for the team, they wither away on the table, begging for affection that is now denied. There was a time in my 5-year-old’s life when he would couldn’t stop eating bananas, gobbling 3 a day and asking for more. That seems …

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Orange Pumpkin Muffins #MuffinMonday

Orange Pumpkin Muffins

Pumpkin is a tough sell in our house. The kids love it but my husband is not a fan. Can’t stand the smell of it, doesn’t want to look at it, and he better not hear it’s in anything I’ve tried to feed him. He will not budge.

This makes it difficult to experiment …

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