September 1, 2010

AT LEAST THEY'LL LEARN ONE USEFUL THING THIS YEAR:

Basic bread (Regina Murphy, September 1, 2010, Emporia Gazette)

For nearly two decades, King Arthur Flour has taken special pride in educating the next generation of bakers. Through their Life Skills Bread Baking Program, their baking educators travel the country every school year demonstrating how to bake bread, and the students in turn donate their loaves to people in need in their communities.

King Arthur Flour offers this free program to students in fourth through seventh grades, providing the flour, yeast and the know-how to bake bread at home. Students see, feel and consume what they have learned.

This recipe is based on the Life Skills Bread recipe King Arthur Flour provides to students. It bakes up delicious bread and allows budding chefs to get creative with braided loaves, cinnamon rolls or even pizza.

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Posted by Orrin Judd at September 1, 2010 7:02 PM
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