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A Get Well Present

A few days ago my husband’s grandmother fell at her home. Unfortunately, she couldn’t get up and was forced to lie on her kitchen floor for nearly two days. Thankfully, she is on the road to recovery. Because she adores sweet treats, I plan to bake her a delicious, hummingbird cake for a get well present. Do you have a loved one who is currently ill? Instead of surprising him or her with the typical bouquet of flowers, consider presenting him or her with a tasty dessert. If you don’t have time to prepare something yourself, you can select a mouth-watering, sweet treat from a local bakery. Many bakeries always have a variety of desserts on hand to select from. On this blog, I hope you will discover how giving an ill loved one a dessert can brighten up his or her day. Enjoy!


A Variety of Freshly Baked Bread Options for Your Grocery Store Delivery

7 May 2024
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If you're a grocery store owner looking to enhance your bakery section with freshly baked bread, having these different types of bread delivered can attract more customers and increase sales. Offering a variety of bread options can cater to the diverse tastes and preferences of your customer base. Here are some popular types of bread that you may consider having delivered to your grocery store for that fresh, irresistible aroma: Read More …

4 Dishes You Can Improve With Kaiser Rolls

8 September 2021
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Some people know kaiser rolls by other names, such as kaiser buns or hard rolls. No matter what you call them, kaiser rolls are a versatile type of bread. You can make kaiser rolls at home, but many people find baking bread to be a time-consuming and difficult process. Fortunately, bakeries have your back. You can purchase a batch of freshly baked kaiser rolls for sandwiches, soups, and more. Here are some specific dishes that can benefit from the addition of kaiser rolls: Read More …

The Simple Do’s and Don’ts of Storing Bread in Your Home

20 October 2016
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According to Our Daily Bread, the average American consumes around 53 pounds of bread each year. If you can't get enough of whole wheat rolls or are part of a focaccia-loving family, chances are you have plenty of different bread products in your kitchen. Unfortunately, even if you consider yourself a bread aficionado, chances are you don't know all of these simple bread storage do's and don'ts. Do Wait Until Your Bread Is Completely Cool Before Storing It Read More …