You’ll find this loaf perfect for old-fashioned sandwiches like fried egg, egg salad, or grilled cheese, and for French toast and bread puddings, and of course, thickly sliced, toasted and slathered with good butter. Enjoy!! ;o) P.S. The prep time noted below measures your “active” time. This yeast breads involves a short hands-off period while the dough rests and then, once the butter is incorporated, two rises. —AntoniaJames
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