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Default REC: Strawberry Bread

My neighbor (90+ year old lady named Irene) came up with this recipe and
it's consistantly won blue ribbons at food fairs. She made us a loaf and
it's outstanding, so I'm passing the recipe on to you folks. Enjoy!

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Strawberry Bread

Ingredients:

3 cups sifted flour
1 tsp. salt
1 1/4 tsp. baking soda
2 cups sugar
4 beaten eggs
3/4 cups oil
2 cups strawberries (if frozen, thaw first)
1 cup chopped nuts

Instructions:

Mix and set aside: flour, salt, soda and sugar. Mis well: eggs, oil,
strawberries and nuts. Make a well in the dry ingredients, add liquid and
mix by hand until combined. Pour into 2 greased loaf pans. Bake one hour
at 350 degrees. Cool in pan for 20 minutes.


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Wayne Boatwright wrote:
> On Sun 06 Mar 2005 06:28:14a, Kilikini wrote in rec.food.cooking:
>
>> My neighbor (90+ year old lady named Irene) came up with this recipe
>> and it's consistantly won blue ribbons at food fairs. She made us a
>> loaf and it's outstanding, so I'm passing the recipe on to you
>> folks. Enjoy!
>>
>> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> Strawberry Bread
>>
>> Ingredients:
>>
>> 3 cups sifted flour
>> 1 tsp. salt
>> 1 1/4 tsp. baking soda
>> 2 cups sugar
>> 4 beaten eggs
>> 3/4 cups oil
>> 2 cups strawberries (if frozen, thaw first)
>> 1 cup chopped nuts
>>
>> Instructions:
>>
>> Mix and set aside: flour, salt, soda and sugar. Mis well: eggs, oil,
>> strawberries and nuts. Make a well in the dry ingredients, add
>> liquid and mix by hand until combined. Pour into 2 greased loaf
>> pans. Bake one hour at 350 degrees. Cool in pan for 20 minutes.

>
> Sounds delicious!


Wayne, it's so moist and good! The only thing is that I might want to add a
little orange flavor and maybe a few more strawberries, but it's really
good!

kili


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On Sun 06 Mar 2005 06:28:14a, Kilikini wrote in rec.food.cooking:

> My neighbor (90+ year old lady named Irene) came up with this recipe and
> it's consistantly won blue ribbons at food fairs. She made us a loaf
> and it's outstanding, so I'm passing the recipe on to you folks. Enjoy!
>
> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Strawberry Bread
>
> Ingredients:
>
> 3 cups sifted flour
> 1 tsp. salt
> 1 1/4 tsp. baking soda
> 2 cups sugar
> 4 beaten eggs
> 3/4 cups oil
> 2 cups strawberries (if frozen, thaw first)
> 1 cup chopped nuts
>
> Instructions:
>
> Mix and set aside: flour, salt, soda and sugar. Mis well: eggs, oil,
> strawberries and nuts. Make a well in the dry ingredients, add liquid
> and mix by hand until combined. Pour into 2 greased loaf pans. Bake
> one hour at 350 degrees. Cool in pan for 20 minutes.


Sounds delicious!

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Wayne Boatwright
____________________________________________

Give me a smart idiot over a stupid genius any day.
Sam Goldwyn, 1882-1974
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On Sun 06 Mar 2005 07:13:35a, Kilikini wrote in rec.food.cooking:

> Wayne Boatwright wrote:
>> On Sun 06 Mar 2005 06:28:14a, Kilikini wrote in rec.food.cooking:
>>
>>> My neighbor (90+ year old lady named Irene) came up with this recipe
>>> and it's consistantly won blue ribbons at food fairs. She made us a
>>> loaf and it's outstanding, so I'm passing the recipe on to you
>>> folks. Enjoy!
>>>
>>> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> Strawberry Bread
>>>
>>> Ingredients:
>>>
>>> 3 cups sifted flour
>>> 1 tsp. salt
>>> 1 1/4 tsp. baking soda
>>> 2 cups sugar
>>> 4 beaten eggs
>>> 3/4 cups oil
>>> 2 cups strawberries (if frozen, thaw first)
>>> 1 cup chopped nuts
>>>
>>> Instructions:
>>>
>>> Mix and set aside: flour, salt, soda and sugar. Mis well: eggs, oil,
>>> strawberries and nuts. Make a well in the dry ingredients, add
>>> liquid and mix by hand until combined. Pour into 2 greased loaf
>>> pans. Bake one hour at 350 degrees. Cool in pan for 20 minutes.

>>
>> Sounds delicious!

>
> Wayne, it's so moist and good! The only thing is that I might want to
> add a little orange flavor and maybe a few more strawberries, but it's
> really good!
>
> kili


Definitely looks moist. How about a little Grand Marnier or Curaçao? Do
you slice or crush the berries? What kind of nuts do you prefer? I'd
probably opt for pecans or walnuts.

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Wayne Boatwright
____________________________________________

Give me a smart idiot over a stupid genius any day.
Sam Goldwyn, 1882-1974
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Wayne Boatwright wrote:
> On Sun 06 Mar 2005 07:13:35a, Kilikini wrote in rec.food.cooking:
>
>> Wayne Boatwright wrote:
>>> On Sun 06 Mar 2005 06:28:14a, Kilikini wrote in rec.food.cooking:
>>>
>>>> My neighbor (90+ year old lady named Irene) came up with this
>>>> recipe and it's consistantly won blue ribbons at food fairs. She
>>>> made us a loaf and it's outstanding, so I'm passing the recipe on
>>>> to you
>>>> folks. Enjoy!
>>>>
>>>> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>>>>
>>>> Strawberry Bread
>>>>
>>>> Ingredients:
>>>>
>>>> 3 cups sifted flour
>>>> 1 tsp. salt
>>>> 1 1/4 tsp. baking soda
>>>> 2 cups sugar
>>>> 4 beaten eggs
>>>> 3/4 cups oil
>>>> 2 cups strawberries (if frozen, thaw first)
>>>> 1 cup chopped nuts
>>>>
>>>> Instructions:
>>>>
>>>> Mix and set aside: flour, salt, soda and sugar. Mis well: eggs,
>>>> oil, strawberries and nuts. Make a well in the dry ingredients,
>>>> add liquid and mix by hand until combined. Pour into 2 greased
>>>> loaf pans. Bake one hour at 350 degrees. Cool in pan for 20
>>>> minutes.
>>>
>>> Sounds delicious!

>>
>> Wayne, it's so moist and good! The only thing is that I might want
>> to add a little orange flavor and maybe a few more strawberries, but
>> it's really good!
>>
>> kili

>
> Definitely looks moist. How about a little Grand Marnier or Curaçao?
> Do you slice or crush the berries? What kind of nuts do you prefer?
> I'd probably opt for pecans or walnuts.


Mac nuts, pecans, walnuts would all work in here. And yes! Grand Marnier!
That would be awesome! Irene sliced the strawberries in this bread; I would
do the same or you'll end up with really large mushy areas from whole
strawberries.

kili




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Kilikini wrote:
> My neighbor (90+ year old lady named Irene) came up with
> this recipe and it's consistantly won blue ribbons at
> food fairs. She made us a loaf and it's outstanding, so
> I'm passing the recipe on to you folks. Enjoy!


Snipped and saved recipe...

OK, I've consumed many attempts at strawberry bread and none of them were
worth talking about, much less typing. This one sounds like it would be
much better, maybe it's the 2 cups of strawberries that makes the
difference. I'll try it for sure.

Thanks,

BOB


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BOB wrote:
> Kilikini wrote:
>> My neighbor (90+ year old lady named Irene) came up with
>> this recipe and it's consistantly won blue ribbons at
>> food fairs. She made us a loaf and it's outstanding, so
>> I'm passing the recipe on to you folks. Enjoy!

>
> Snipped and saved recipe...
>
> OK, I've consumed many attempts at strawberry bread and none of them
> were worth talking about, much less typing. This one sounds like it
> would be much better, maybe it's the 2 cups of strawberries that
> makes the difference. I'll try it for sure.
>
> Thanks,
>
> BOB


Absolutely! Hope you like it; we devoured our little loaf in about, oh, 5
minutes. LOL.

kili


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So this makes two small loaves, as opposed to a regular bread loaf size.

Thanks.
Carol

"Kilikini" > wrote in message
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> BOB wrote:
>> Kilikini wrote:
>>> My neighbor (90+ year old lady named Irene) came up with
>>> this recipe and it's consistantly won blue ribbons at
>>> food fairs. She made us a loaf and it's outstanding, so
>>> I'm passing the recipe on to you folks. Enjoy!

>>
>> Snipped and saved recipe...
>>
>> OK, I've consumed many attempts at strawberry bread and none of them
>> were worth talking about, much less typing. This one sounds like it
>> would be much better, maybe it's the 2 cups of strawberries that
>> makes the difference. I'll try it for sure.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> BOB

>
> Absolutely! Hope you like it; we devoured our little loaf in about, oh, 5
> minutes. LOL.
>
> kili
>



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Kilikini wrote:
> BOB wrote:
>> Kilikini wrote:
>>> My neighbor (90+ year old lady named Irene) came up with
>>> this recipe and it's consistantly won blue ribbons at
>>> food fairs. She made us a loaf and it's outstanding, so
>>> I'm passing the recipe on to you folks. Enjoy!

>>
>> Snipped and saved recipe...
>>
>> OK, I've consumed many attempts at strawberry bread and
>> none of them were worth talking about, much less typing.
>> This one sounds like it would be much better, maybe it's
>> the 2 cups of strawberries that makes the difference. I'll try it for
>> sure. Thanks,
>>
>> BOB

>
> Absolutely! Hope you like it; we devoured our little
> loaf in about, oh, 5 minutes. LOL.
>
> kili


I'm predicting slightly more time here, but not much.

BOB


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