If we had to name the top 10 dishes requested by our families, this salad would be high on the list. It’s our version of the classic Tuscan salad known as panzanella, with some celery thrown in for a bit of crunch and lemon zest and mint for a refreshing kick. It’s common to moisten the bread with water before adding it to the salad, but depending on how stale the bread is and how juicy the tomatoes are, sometimes it’s not necessary. So we hold off, mixing the bread with the rest of the ingredients first. Whether or not you add water, be generous with the salt — the tomatoes and bread soak it right up. Click here to see 5 Recipes That Are Keepers
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Here we go back to New Orleans again, with Bourbon Street flair. Southern bourbon-soaked brioche bread makes a hearty Creole-style dessert.
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Ube Bread
So, here friends, I'm excited to share with you my first attempt to make ube bread... it's not as purple as other ube breads (maybe you could add more ube to make it look ube-esque), but this bread disappeared fast from my kitchen... Enjoy!
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Nothing tastes better than crusty bread sopped in a soup or sauce.
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Heirloom Tomato Bread Salad
The recipe is simple to prepare and isn't expensive to make because the crusty bread cubes go a long way toward feeding a large family a super-fresh meal. If you're looking for a dish that screams "summertime," you have to try this. And if I can't convince you to start your own edible garden, this salad certainly will. Click here to see 15 Tastiest Heirloom Tomato Recipes.
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This delicious and simple garlic bread recipe is delicious and isn't too much of an indulgence!
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Kvas (or kvass) is a fermented drink made from rye bread that is popular in Russia. It's technically not alcoholic because the alcohol content  is only one percent.The drink is bubbly but not as sweet as soda. Warning: this recipe needs to be prepared and fermented over-night!Photo Modified: flickr/ mrlcon/ CC 4.0
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Pair this easy garlic bread with pasta and red sauce for a quick dinner.
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Given Hanukkah’s shifting schedule, this date may or may not match up to the Festival of Light. However, I wanted to share this Jewish cookie recipe because it’s one of my favorites and the double bake time makes it perfect for baking on a cold December day. Mandel bread is similar to biscotti but easier on the teeth, as it has some oil to keep it from being too hard. And even though Mandelbrodt translates to "almond bread," it may be baked with different types of nuts. This one is made with toasted pecans and chopped chocolate.
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This dish is a little unusual - but if you love the broth soaked croutons oozing with cheese in French Onion Soup or a crispy grilled cheese sandwich with a bowl of rich chicken broth alongside, you are going to love this!
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Nothing says Fall like a loaf of pumpkin bread making its way out from the oven! The hankering for this tasty bread remains year-long for many and well within reach with canned pumpkin and a few other baking staples. 
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This banana bread uses one unusual ingredient that sets it apart from other banana loafs—chickpeas. The beans give this bread a hearty, smooth texture, and a great taste as well. 
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