Tag Archives: Bread

Spoonbread

Is it bread?  Is it a pudding?  Is it a cornbread that didn’t make it?  Is it a soufflé? The dish was originally an outgrowth of the Native American steamed corn pudding. The Europeans, having had little luck making bread … Continue reading

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Sally Lunn Bread

This recipe is a transplant from England to the Mid – Atlantic region.  Legend has it that the recipe was invented in Bath, England about 1680 and a woman named Solange Luyon who made and sold these cakes and buns … Continue reading

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History of the Beaten Biscuits

Beaten Biscuits                 Beaten biscuits are a classic Mid Atlantic tradition and are marked by several distinctive traits.  The classic fork tines in the top allow the bread to cook properly as well as give it its distinctive appearance.  They … Continue reading

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