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Babka II

Submitted by: Alicia 
Orange zest and raisins make this egg bread a simple, festive treat for a Polish Easter celebration or any time. 
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Chocolate Babka

Submitted by: Lilia 
Living In: Urbana, Illinois, USA
These babka rings are made from a rich yeast dough spread with a chocolate and cinnamon filling. The loaves are rolled up, finished with a sweet streusel topping, and baked. 
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Babka III

Submitted by: Valinda 
This very eggy egg bread is rich with butter and delicate in texture. Lemon zest and raisins add fine flavor. 
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Ukrainian Chereshnyanyk Cherry bars

Submitted by: Olga Drozd 
Any fresh fruit may be used with this pastry base. For quick and sure results use a canned cherry pie filling. Quick and easy cake, and tasty too. 
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French Country Bread

Submitted by: Stephen Carroll 
A simple European style country bread. Just enough whole wheat to give it some flavor but not so much that it's heavy. I use an overnight starter to give it extra flavor. 
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Babka I

Submitted by: JJOHN32 
This Polish holiday bread is loaded with dried fruit, almonds, and fresh lemon and orange zests. It's topped with a cinnamon-sugar streusel. The recipe makes 3 large loaves. 
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Houska

Submitted by: MARBALET 
This labor-intensive recipe produces an impressive pyramid of nutmeg- and mace-spiced sweet bread, fragrant with lemon zest. 
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Vasilopita

Submitted by: ANNAV 
The Vasilopita is a Greek New Year's Bread. This batter yeast bread is a sweet and spicy delight. 
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Cheese Babka

Submitted by: KRISTINALANGER 
A sweet and tangy cheese filling is rolled up in this rich babka dough, which is coiled into a fluted tube pan and baked. 
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Rustic Country Bread

Submitted by: Chris 
This bread is made with an overnight starter, so it's very chewy and great for sandwiches. You use the bread machine to do all of the mixing, but it's baked in the oven. If you want a texture with lots of holes, knead less and add more liquid. 
 
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