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MADE MILD 'LOAF OF DEATH' FROM DIRTSAILOR--AWESOME EASY BREAD

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Well, to keep the peace in the house I made this without any heat. The loaf looked great in Dirtsailors thread and since I had the time and the Dutch Oven I felt I just had to try this. This recipe makes an outstanding loaf of homebaked bread in no time at all. I could not believe how easy this was to throw together and the excellent results achieved. Crust was awesome with a perfect amount of chew and the interior was soft and almost creamy tasting. Warm, served with dinner slathered with butter was a taste treat. I could see myself making this at least once a week. Thanks for posting the original recipe Dirtsailor

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/134305/loaf-of-death/20

 

 

 

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Looks like it turned out great Willie! I'm with you on the once a week plan! My Fiancee has requested a rosemary garlic herb version for dipping in a basalmic reduction we like called Fig and Fire by Edible Gardens Gourmet Food Products. Which if you can find (we get ours at Whole Foods) some it pairs really good with smoked foods!

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Nice job !

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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post

Looks like it turned out great Willie! I'm with you on the once a week plan! My Fiancee has requested a rosemary garlic herb version for dipping in a basalmic reduction we like called Fig and Fire by Edible Gardens Gourmet Food Products. Which if you can find (we get ours at Whole Foods) some it pairs really good with smoked foods!

Sounds good...garlic for sure in the next one & I have some olive oil soaked sun-dried toms handy as well. I bet dipped in some fruity first pressed olive oil would be awesome as well......xlnt recipe, a real keeper for sure.

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I made another loaf on Sunday for a get together. My better half decided we should do another death loaf. That thing didn't last long at all! Goes well with smoked cheesus and pepper jelly!

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That looks good!
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