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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Light Oat Bread
Wife and friends love this bread. It has a little more texture than a plain white loaf but still soft, not chewy. I use Breadman bread machine, has a tendency to rise too long on normal settings so that loaf falls during baking. I've had some luck fixing that by reducing the yeast somewhat.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 1, 2014
Honey Of An Oatmeal Bread
Did great in a donated Breadman TR444 bread maker that's been hard to get to produce a good loaf. For sweetener I used 1 T molasses, 3 T honey; sub'd 1/3 C whole wheat flour; the rest used King Arthur unbleached white bread flour; added 1 T water; used water warm; added 4 t gluten. 1.5 lb white bread medium setting.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 26, 2014
Sarge's EZ Pulled Pork BBQ
Have done this recipe 3 times now with a 5 lb Boston Butt and it's been a huge hit each time, but with a twist. I start out with a memphis-type rub that has brown sugar, salt, garlic, pepper and cayenne. Rub that on liberally then hickory smoke at about 225 degrees for 2 hours. Take it off the smoker, into the crock pot on low using this recipe. After pulling the pork I use a very small amount of sauce or none at all and serve with the crock pot warm. My tendency is to add too much liquid to the crock pot. The meat will produce its own juice so go easy on the beef broth and coffee. I personally like the coffee. It does seem to add something with the hickory smoke flavor that helps the final product.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 19, 2012
 
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