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kland01s

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RE: "The staff of life" Sun, 02/17/08 12:02 PM (permalink)
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Originally posted by wheregreggeats.com

Does anybody know for a fact if there is ANY nutrition -- any benefit, aside from keeping your fingers clean while eating -- to Wonder Bread ???


The new Wonder Whole Grain White has 5 grams of fiber and as much calcium as a glass of milk in two slices. It also has minerals and vitamins added. I thought it made a really good grilled cheese and a good slice of toast.
 
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    NYNM

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    RE: "The staff of life" Sun, 02/17/08 2:10 PM (permalink)
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    Originally posted by PapaJoe8

    NYNM, that GCCB sounds great! Could you give us more info on how it's made?

    I take cut french bread and spoon on some juice from a roast, or brisket, and then toast it. Anyone else do weird things like this to bread?
    Joe


    GCB is delicious, but to split hairs, I don't know if its a real "roadfood/commonfolk bread" or an invention of some bakeries, since I have never seen it is restaurants or seen a recipe for it. I have seen it in a few bakeries in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Tesuque. It is a sort of loaf bread (lihe rectangualr in slices) but has cheese (don't know the kind) and green chilies swirled though it and a crusty crust with cheese.
    Mucho addictive
     
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      PapaJoe8

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      RE: "The staff of life" Sun, 02/17/08 5:11 PM (permalink)
      Sounds great NYNM! Not the real thing but I was thinking I might try just putting some green chiles, and maybe jack cheese, on some french bread. Hey, it might be good???
      Joe
       
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        NYNM

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        RE: "The staff of life" Sun, 02/17/08 6:34 PM (permalink)
        quote:
        Originally posted by PapaJoe8

        Sounds great NYNM! Not the real thing but I was thinking I might try just putting some green chiles, and maybe jack cheese, on some french bread. Hey, it might be good???
        Joe


        Zounds good! Lettuce Know!!
         
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          Jimeats

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          • Location: Ipswich Ma
          RE: "The staff of life" Mon, 02/18/08 1:25 PM (permalink)
          Rainey day here so it was a good day to try a new to me bread recipe.
          Pain De Provence, I hope it's as good as it smells.
          Basicly it's a French/Italian type bread with added herbes de provance and Grand Marnier. I must say it looks perfect, got a nice oven spring to the loaf. It should pair well with my stuffed rock cornish hens for dinner tonight. Chow Jim
           
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