Jeff Yeager | Wise Bread
The common line is that it's better to repair than replace, but that's not always true. Here's how to figure out what you should do when something breaks. Good-for-you food doesn't need to be expensive. These 50 healthy eats can be purchased for under $1 a pound ...read more
Whole Grain Bread Improver, 12 oz. - King Arthur Flour
Are your whole-grain loaves short and dense? Solve the problem with King Arthur's Whole-Grain Bread Improver. Loaves will rise higher, and have better texture.read more
Vanilla Spice Bread Recipe - Allrecipes.com
A slightly sweet loaf of bread with subtle flavors of vanilla, coriander, and cardamom is made with the dough cycle of a bread machine but baked in the oven. Try it to make a peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich.read more
Seeded Multigrain Sandwich Bread - Seasons and Suppers
This Seeded Multigrain Sandwich Bread is the best of both worlds – light and fluffy bread, combined with lots of whole grains and a crunchy, seedy topping. I have to confess, there are days when I think I'm the only person who eats bread, let alone makes their own. I know that's not true ...read more
The Food Timeline: history notes--cookies, crackers & biscuits
Educator Crackers. Educator brand crackers were produced in Boston from 1885 through the 1980s. They were a direct early competitor to the National Biscuit Company (aka Nabisco).read more
Top 10 Greatest Inventors in History - Toptenz.net
How to determine who the greatest inventors in history were is often a passionate and, at times, even a heated debate. Many men can lay claim to having invented or, at very least, perfecting someone else's obscure invention, making such a listing problematic at best.read more
My Bread: The Revolutionary No-Work, No-Knead Method ...
Jim Lahey's "breathtaking, miraculous, no-work, no-knead bread" (Vogue) has revolutionized the food world.When he wrote about Jim Lahey's bread in the New York Times, Mark Bittman's excitement was palpable: "The loaf is incredible, a fine-bakery quality, European-style boule that is produced more easily than by any other technique I ...read more
A Brief History of Sliced Bread | Mental Floss
Every new and clever innovation seems to win the praise of being "the greatest thing since sliced bread." Have you ever wondered, how long has it actually been since sliced bread was first sliced? The answer: sliced bread is turning 85 this year! The concept of sliced bread first came about ...read more
An A-to-Z List of Important Inventions and Innovations
An easy-to-scan alphabetical list of famous inventions and innovations, plus photos and links to additional information, biographies, and timelines.read more
5 Reasons Why I Use a Bread Machine - Salad in a Jar - and ...
5 reasons why I prefer to use a bread machine to make home-made bread--includes recipe for Sweet Milk White Breadread more
Home of Sliced Bread - Chillicothe, Missouri, is the Greatest ...
Note: The Home of Sliced Bread logo is the property of the Home of Sliced Bread Committee and may not be used by any other entity without the express permission of the Home of Sliced Bread Committee.read more
Pretzel Facts | HowStuffWorks
In the 1,400 years since the pretzel was invented, bakers have come up with a wide variety of shapes and flavors. The history of this adaptable snack shows its versatility. The world can thank a frustrated teacher with leftover bread dough for the invention of the soft pretzel. In A.D. 610, while ...read more
Sliced Bread: The History of How It Became 'The Best Thing ...
When sliced bread hit the market, American consumers weren't sure just how great it was. On this day, July 7, in 1928, a bakery in Chillicothe, Mo., was the first to sell pre-cut bread using Otto Frederick Rohwedder's invention: the automatic bread-slicing machine. While an advertisement touted ...read more
The Food Timeline--history notes: algae to creamed onions
Algae Algae, seaweed, nori, kaiso, agar agar, miuk, carrageen, Irish moss, spirulina, tecuilatl: vitamin rich edible gifts from the sea. Consumed from prehistoric times forward, culinary applications depend upon place/period/people.read more
Toaster - Wikipedia
A toaster, or a toast maker, is an electric small appliance designed to toast sliced bread by exposing it to radiant heat, thus converting it into toast.Toasters can toast multiple types of sliced bread products.read more
Ciabatta - Wikipedia
Ciabatta (Italian pronunciation: [tʃaˈbatta], literally "slipper") is an Italian white bread made from wheat flour, water, salt, and yeast, created in 1982 by a baker in Verona, Veneto, Italy, in response to the popularity of French baguettes.read more
Who Invented Sliced Bread? - Hungry History
Everybody's heard the expression "the greatest thing since sliced bread," but who actually invented the popular food?read more
How bread is made - making, history, used, parts, machine ...
bread making. High-speed machinery can now accomplish the kneading and ripening processes in a matter of seconds. For some time, bread was thought to be fattening, and many people avoided it in their daily diet.read more
Breville Panini Duo Press | Sur La Table
I first purchased the Breville Panini Duo Press as a gift for my sister-in-law several years ago. I bought one for myself a year later (wished I hadn't waited so long!) and use it frequently.read more
Household Appliances Timeline - Greatest Engineering ...
The technologies that created the 20th century's laborsaving household devices owe a huge debt to electrification, which brought light and power into the home.read more
9 Brilliant Inventions Made by Mistake | Inc.com
Necessity is the mother of invention? Not always. From penicillin to Wheaties, check out these brilliant mistakes.read more
History of Kitchen Appliance Inventions - ThoughtCo
Kitchens have been around for centuries, however, it was not until post-civil war period that the majority of kitchen appliances were invented. The reason was that most people no longer had servants and housewives working alone in the kitchen needed culinary help. Also, the advent of electricity ...read more
Who Invented Peanut Butter? | National Peanut Board
The story begins with the bread, the jelly and the peanut butter. Read moreread more