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There will be good breads on this page eventually.I'm slowly trying to get it together for you.


Blend until creamy

1/3c. shortening

2/3c. sugar

3/4tsp. grated lemon rind

Beat in

1 beaten egg

Sift before measuring

1 3/4c. flour

Resift with

2tsp. baking powder

Mash 2 or 3 fully ripe bannanas to make 1c. bannana pulp

Add the sifted ingredients in about 3 parts to the sugar

mixture alternately with the bannana pulp. Beat the batter

aftereach addition until smooth. Place in a greased bread

pan, about 4 by 8 inches. Bake the bread in a moderate oven

at 3:50f for about 1 hr. or until done. You may add 1c.

raisins or chocolate chips to batter. Or 1/2c. of nuts.


Makes two 1 pound loafs


1c. yellow water-corn meal

1c. rye flour

1c. graham flour

3/4tbsp. baking soda

1tsp. salt

Combine in separate bowl:

2c. sour milk

3/4c. molasses

1c. chopped raisins

Add the liquid to dry ingredients. Pour the batter

into a buttered 2 quarte pudding mold. Fill it 2/3's full.

Steam the bread in pudding mold, or tin cans with tight

fitting lids like baking powder tins. Place the mold on a

trivit in a steamer or kettle over 1inch of boiling water

place lid on it tightly. Use high heat at first, then as steam

begins to escape use low heat for the rest of the cooking.

Cook this way for 1 1/2 to 2 hours.



2c. bran

2c. whole-grain flour

2tsp. baking powder

1tsp. salt

1tsp. soda

Combine and beat:

1 egg

1 3/4c. sour milk

1/2c. molasses or 3/4c. brown sugar

Beat dry ingredients. You may add:

1c. raisins dry nuts, or figs

You may dust the fruit with a little flour. Place the batter

in 2 greased 8 by 4 inch bread pans. Permit them to stand

1 hour. Bake the bread in a moderate oven at 3:75 for

1 hour or more.