Dog Loaf?

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2013/03/12 11:36:14 (permalink)

Dog Loaf?


not bad if you can keep it fresh and prevent the dogs from falling out of the loaf.
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    Foodbme
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    Re:Dog Loaf? 2013/03/13 02:14:28 (permalink)
    I'd sure like to know how that was made!
    I'd think it would be hard to slice without falling apart!
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    Re:Dog Loaf? 2013/03/13 12:25:05 (permalink)
    I was thinking about that too.
    I went to culinary school for 2 years.
    I think the hard part would be preventing the dogs from shrinking away from the bread. i.e. if you cut a slice the dogs will fall out. not good for walking and eatting.
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    Re:Dog Loaf? 2013/03/14 02:11:16 (permalink)
    Looking at that picture, I don't think the dogs were baked in the bread.
    They're too uniform and equally spaced.
    My guess is the bread was baked and then drilled out and the dogs inserted.
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    Re:Dog Loaf? 2013/03/14 11:07:25 (permalink)
    I would make the bread as a cinnamon swirl, then stuff it with Maple breakfast sausage links and use it for french toast.....This looks like something made in Poland.................pnwc
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    Re:Dog Loaf? 2013/03/14 11:25:42 (permalink)
    Foodbme

    Looking at that picture, I don't think the dogs were baked in the bread.
    They're too uniform and equally spaced.
    My guess is the bread was baked and then drilled out and the dogs inserted.

     
    The top of the bread is contoured around the dogs when it baked.    I think the dogs would have settled to the bottom before the dough firmed up.   So maybe  skewers were used to hold the dogs in place while baking, then pulled out.   
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    Re:Dog Loaf? 2013/03/14 13:25:53 (permalink)
    Something was definitely done to keep the dogs in place. I once tried to bake small loaves of cornbread with a hot dog in the middle. As someone above stated, the hot dog sank right to the bottom and then just fell out when I took the loafs out of the pan. Still a cool concept though. 
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    Re:Dog Loaf? 2013/03/14 15:54:23 (permalink)
    Bread dough is gonna be stiff, so they may not sink. Plus the dough expands as the dogs shrink. Now, how they spaced them so perfectly.......
    Corn bread is a batter, that's different.
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    Re:Dog Loaf? 2013/03/14 16:35:06 (permalink)
    almost looks like they were woven into the loaf. like some jewish breads are made. but yeah, the dogs will shrink and the bread will expand. you could have little flat dough sheets and wrap them around, like pigs in a blanket. might work for catering but not on a cart.
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