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Make This Now

5 Mouth-Watering Reasons to Make Garlic Bread Now

Turn simple garlic bread into the star of your dinner table with these fun twists on the classic.

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Andrew Zimmern's Kitchen Adventures

The Richest, Gooiest Chocolate Bread Pudding Ever

Chocolate Bread Pudding

This soft, warm bread pudding from Andrew Zimmern is super-chocolatey and rich—a perfect match with vanilla or coffee ice cream.

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Andrew Zimmern's Kitchen Adventures

Irish Country Bread

Irish Country Bread

Andrew Zimmern discovered this "mind-blowing" bread recipe on a recent trip to Ireland.

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Blogger Spotlight

Why Girl Versus Dough Loves Loaded Baked Potato Bread

Stephanie Wise of Girl Versus Dough

Stephanie Wise of Girl Versus Dough talks about her love of quick breads and easy yeasted breads that come out perfectly every time.

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America's Best Gluten-Free Bakeries

Where to Find the Best Gluten-Free Bread in Philadelphia

Many a gluten-free loaf resembles a brick more than bread. But not at this husband-and-wife–owned shop in Philly’s Italian Market.

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Mad Genius Tips

The Only Reason You Should Ever Buy White Bread

At F&W headquarters, doughy, white sandwich bread is good for one thing—and it’s not sandwiches. 

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F&W Masters

5 Qualities of Truly Great Bread

5 Qualities of Truly Great Bread

With more than 20 years experience, Chad Robertson of San Francisco's Tartine Bakery is a true breadmaking virtuoso. Here, he names the five qualities that separate an amazing loaf from a mediocre one.

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Expert Lessons

13 Best Bread Tips

In this week's edition of Mad Genius Tips, F&W Test Kitchen whiz Justin Chapple shares an incredible method for for reviving a stale baguette that involves running the bread under water. Here, 13 more useful tips for buying, storing and eating bread.

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Rant for Your Life

Why Most Restaurants Fail the Toast Test

Toast fail.

I woke up on a recent morning, like every morning, thinking about toast. I knew that if I kept thinking about toast—not French toast, or toast points, but traditional white toast like you eat at breakfast—I would work myself up into a towering wrath. And there was nothing to be wrathful about! I had fallen asleep at the St. Cecilia hotel in Austin listening to Neil Young records, and woke up knowing that I was about to have breakfast outdoors with a grackle, one the city’s ubiquitous, crow-like carrion birds, at Jo's up the street. (I was in Texas to do the press conference for Meatopia Texas in San Antonio, and also to eat at Qui, which, by the way, is AWESOME.) Once at Jo's, I ended up with a world-class breakfast taco, which I shared with the friendly corvid. In Texas, excellent tortillas seem to take the place of toast much of the time, but I had wanted toast. And I couldn't get it. Because, in Austin as in so many great American cities, our restaurants all fail the Toast Test.

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Bread Intel

Andy Cohen—Bread Revolutionary

Andy Cohen, Bread Revolutionary

Andy Cohen, Bread Revolutionary. Photo courtesy Bravo/NBC Universal.

Anyone with good bread recommendations is automatically a hero in my book. So when Andy Cohen – who is already right up there for his hilarious talk show Watch What Happens Live and for being Exec Producer of F&W favorite Top Chef (starring our own Gail Simmons) – came around with a list of his favorite bread-centric places in St. Louis I freaked out. READ MORE >

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