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Wednesday, 28 January 2009

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Su-Lin

Totally bookmarked - I remember a bakery in Vancouver had something like these and we used to eat them often. Thanks!

Boots in the Oven

Cool! Glad you liked the post. L said he found the recipe pretty easy, though it's a bit time-consuming with the two rises. A nice weekend project.

Danielle

I cannot imagine a better title for this post. :)

Mindwarped Time Traveler

Sounds like a good recipe. I'm also a big fan of monkey bread, but the major flaw like all good bread recipes is the amount of time needed, which still goes in excess of five hours for this one. But with the economy as it is, a lot more of us will have more time to stay home and try these kinds of recipes.

Boots in the Oven

MTT, we definitely liked the recipe - it worked well on a weekend when we were just hanging around the house anyway. And it's true, with neither of us working, my husband is definitely getting into long braises and time-consuming recipes! (Not that any of them are particularly difficult, but you can't get dinner on the table fast with a braise!)

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