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Date Orange Bread

Submitted by: Carol 
Orange juice and zest add a citrus accent to this fine quick bread, heavy with dates and nuts. 
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Date Nut Bread

Submitted by: Peggy 
This is a moist, dense date bread with your choice of nuts -walnuts or pecans, almonds or hazelnuts. 
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Nana's Nut Bread

Submitted by: MaryCatherine Bailey 
This recipe was my grandmother's. The breads are baked in coffee cans! 
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Apricot Orange Bread

Submitted by: CORWYNN DARKHOLME 
Orange juice and dried apricots blend into a fruity sensation in this quick bread. A scattering of chocolate chips makes a perfect finish. 
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Nut and Fruit Bread

Submitted by: Carol 
This is another great holiday bread to make that belonged to my mother. She sometimes served this one, and it is a very old recipe. This bread is good the first day, but better the second. You may use dates instead of raisins if you wish. 
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Lauri's Yummy Nut Bread

Submitted by: Lauri 
This recipe for nut bread has been handed down from my grandmother and is sooo delicious. It's easy to make and everyone who tries it always asked for the recipe. For best results, mix with a wooden spoon, not with an electric mixer. It will overmix and become tough. 
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Chocolate Chip Orange Zucchini Bread

Submitted by: Jules Paulus 
For these two loaves of heavenly quick bread, the flavors and textures of orange, zucchini, chocolate and chopped nuts are marvelously combined. 
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Orange Bread II

Submitted by: REDIRG 
This orangey quick bread is great at breakfast! 
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Banana Nut Bread I

Submitted by: Gwynne Comstock 
Buttermilk and vanilla make for two moist, well-flavored loaves. 
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Moist Date Nut Bread

Submitted by: Canadian Girl 
A moist not too sweet version of a figgy pudding but made with dates and minus the spices. You could try covering with buttered foil and steaming it for a even moister version. This can also be baked in a (28 ounce) can. 
 
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