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  • Personally I'd choose to stay in and bake anadama bread on a snowy day like this though.

    What A Winter!: Anadama Bread

  • I've never had anadama bread, but it looks fantastic!

    What A Winter!: Anadama Bread

  • These substantial but fluffy waffles capture the essence of anadama bread, a traditional New England yeast loaf made with cornmeal and molasses.

    The Food Matters Cookbook

  • To make French b√Ętards or anadama, breads of rye or spelt, fougasse with olives and semolina, they need flour, and for flour, they need wheat.

    One Big Table

  • Aside from a brief 3 year stint in Nashville for law school, I've always lived in New England and I'm pretty sure I never had anadama bread.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The first bread the group baked was the anadama and I was intrigued because Peter Reinhart says it's "one of the great New England breads".

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Shane and I enjoyed some of the bread that night with our dinner but it was the next day that I discovered my favorite use for the anadama bread.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • You can find the recipe for the anadama bread here.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • I threw in a cup of mashed banana 2 medium both because I like the flavor combination and because of the added hilarity of the new name: Banana-anadama.

    Bananaanadamarama | Baking Bites

  • Six kinds of bread, baked fresh each morning: oatmeal, cinnamon raisin, anadama, whole wheat, cayenne cheddar, and whatever other kind Serina feels like baking.

    Esquire.com Article Feed

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