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Beef Stroganoff Soup with Wine and Cheese Bread

BY HELEN S. FLETCHER, ON
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Beef Strogonoff SoupBeef Stroganoff Soup is one of my favorite beef dishes.  At the take out shop, it filled a crepe and we would serve it in a huge Portobello mushroom and now in this soup.  This soup takes all the components of this entrée and turns them into a delicious, easy to make soup. Continue reading

Wine and Cheese Baguettes- A Favorite bread

BY HELEN S. FLETCHER, ON
COPYRIGHT, HELEN S. FLETCHER, 2021. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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Finished BaguettesWine and Cheese Baguettes are one of my all-time favorite breads. This bread couldn’t be easier to make with the help of a food processor.  However, alternate instructions are given for the mixer.

While gorgeous to look at this bread actually tastes of the white wine and swiss cheese. It has an almost silken texture and between my husband and myself, we could easily polish off both loaves in one sitting.  Due to the cheese and wine, this bread is a slow riser so plan accordingly.  However, after the initial rise, the dough may be refrigerated and shaped and baked the following day if that is more convenient.

This originally was posted in my other blog, www.theardentcook.com.

For an indepth  article regarding yeast, please see Yeast As It Relates to Bread. Continue reading