Check out Peggy's recipe for. read that is her actually her mother's recipe or French bread. It looks and sounds delicious. Thank you for sharing your mother's recipe Peggy.
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Peggy, your French braid bread recipe looks too yummy to resist. I will pass on the instructions of the recipe to someone who can bake them for me. Looking forward very much to tasting it. Thanks for the wonderful share. I am coming to love all your recipes. Cheers!
This recipe is a must try and I enjoyed the review of the history of the contest!
An interesting article about this evergreen braided bread recipe!
I love the fact that this is your mother's recipe, and you are so fortunate to find this in her writing!
Beautiful tribute to your mother on Mother's day, by writing this article!
I enjoyed reading the history behind this, as well!
Thanks for sharing!
Thank you Pamela for sharing this in the forum!
I cannot imagine never eating store bought bread for that long.
But I absolutely love homemade bread, so I'm certain you survived just fine.
I wonder if your mother ever entered those contests.
It sounds so exciting.
As always, your article is great and makes me want to try it out.
Maybe one day.
Happy Mother's day.
I love the fact that Peggy includes historical highlights or other background information in her recipe articles. This makes them very interesting as well as useful. I may not have the time to make all of her recipes, but I always enjoy reading her articles.
Thank you Pamela for sharing this award-winning recipe that my mother had kept and had baked through the years. It took me back in time and in many memories.
This article is a keepsake for the recipe and the history. Worth reading!
Hi Rosina, I am so glad you are enjoying my recipes on this site. I hope you get to try this bread sometime. Who is the baker in your family?
As children, my brothers and I did not realize how spoiled we were with a mother who liked to cook and bake as she did. Some kids grew up eating TV dinners. Not us! She did many things well, and my dad did his part barbecuing things on the grill. My grandmothers also cooked from scratch.
You were quite fortunate but I can understand that as children you didn't realize.
I'm glad you learned from her...cooking seems to be a big part of your life.
Learning the history of the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contests, as they are now known, was fun for me also. I am pleased that you liked reading this.
Wonderful lesson Peggy .I loved the history behind the recipe and the contest.The recipe is evergreen and looks really delicious.You are really lucky that your mother kept such a rich plethora of recipies.Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for sharing Pamela
I am glad that you enjoy some of the background information in addition to the actual recipe. Your articles are always filled with interesting information, and I always learn something new when I read them. Enjoy the balance of your day, and thanks for taking the time to read and comment.
I grew up watching my mother cook, and when still a child under her supervision, I started doing some cooking and baking with her. When I was a teenager, I occasionally began cooking entire meals for my family. I treasure those recipes that I have from her. So glad you enjoyed reading this. Thanks for your message.
Hi Dora, Thanks for writing that this is a "keepsake for the recipe and the history." I appreciate it. The history of those contests is interesting! Millions of dollars have been paid out over the years.
Peggy, I enjoyed learning the history of the origin and evolution of Pillsbury's Bake-Off contests. Thank you so much for sharing the delicious recipe for French bread braids. I loved it! I also enjoyed the quote by Robert Browning.
Thank you for sharing, Peggy. Thank you for sharing Peggy's article, Pamela.
Many blessings and bundles of love to you both!
Hi Brenda, You are correct in what you said about us, as children, not realizing how lucky we were to have a mother who was so talented in the kitchen.
Hi Ravi, I am lucky to have so many of my mother's, and even my grandmother's recipes. They are treasures for me to possess. I am glad you enjoyed learning the history behind this recipe. I also enjoyed learning about it.
It is fun making some of these same recipes that my mother had made through the years. She was such a good cook and baker! Thanks for reading this and leaving a comment.
by Misbah Sheikh 15 months ago
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by Chitrangada Sharan 10 months ago
Please enjoy reading about carrots, it’s nutritional benefits and try making these delicious recipes, by Peggy Woods. https://discover.hubpages.com/food/Nutr … se-Recipes
by Pamela Oglesby 11 months ago
Check out Peggy's article about the 1939 Wisconsin cookbook. There are several delicious recipes included in this article. I enjoyed reading this article as I remember the cookies my mother made that are similar to these.https://hubpages.com/food/1939-Christma … c-Power-Co
by Pamela Oglesby 15 months ago
Learn how to make a delicious meal by reading Peggy Woods recipe.https://hubpages.com/food/Braciole-Ital … Beef-Rolls
by Chitrangada Sharan 3 months ago
Please take some time to read this excellent article by Peggy Woods.https://discover.hubpages.com/food/1946 … c-Power-Co
by Misbah Sheikh 12 months ago
Please read Peggy's hub about Cheese Torte Recipe With Zwieback Crust. Peggy, it looks so delicious that I wish I could just grab it from my phone's screen, but I can't. I'm going to give this a try. Thank you so much for sharing this mouthwatering recipe.Here's the link:...
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