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I got a bottle of beer-bread-mix for Christmas, poured some Guinness in and, lo!  Tasty bread.  So, here's something that tastes completely unlike that.
 
I got a bottle of beer-bread-mix for Christmas, poured some Guinness in and, lo!  Tasty bread.  So, here's something that tastes completely unlike that.
 
 
== Ingredients ==
 
  
 
     4 Cups Flour (I use 2 Cups Wheat, 1-1/2 Cups All Purpose, and 1/2 Cup of whatever else is lying around)
 
     4 Cups Flour (I use 2 Cups Wheat, 1-1/2 Cups All Purpose, and 1/2 Cup of whatever else is lying around)
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     12 Ounces Guinness (Get the 14 ounce can so you can sip on it a bit)
 
     12 Ounces Guinness (Get the 14 ounce can so you can sip on it a bit)
 
     2 Eggs
 
     2 Eggs
 
== Instructions ==
 
  
 
Mix stuff.  Bake at 375 for 50-60 minutes in a 9x5 stoneware.
 
Mix stuff.  Bake at 375 for 50-60 minutes in a 9x5 stoneware.

Revision as of 14:07, 1 May 2010

Ok, I need to put more recipes on here. So, here's one.

I got a bottle of beer-bread-mix for Christmas, poured some Guinness in and, lo! Tasty bread. So, here's something that tastes completely unlike that.

    4 Cups Flour (I use 2 Cups Wheat, 1-1/2 Cups All Purpose, and 1/2 Cup of whatever else is lying around)
    2 Tablespoons Baking Powder
    1 Teaspoon Salt
    2 Tablespoons Sugar
    2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
    12 Ounces Guinness (Get the 14 ounce can so you can sip on it a bit)
    2 Eggs

Mix stuff. Bake at 375 for 50-60 minutes in a 9x5 stoneware.

Dip in Olive Oil.

Eat.