Some articles on bread:
... Soak the bread in water until tender, then wring it out ... Next, add half of the bread and blend until smooth ... Continue adding bread and a little olive oil and blending until the cream has a smooth, creamy consistency ...
... A butterbrot is commonly a single slice of bread and one "ingredient" on top of the butter or margarine ... Austria butterbrot only refers to a slice of bread with butter ... käsebrot "cheese bread", wurstbrot "sausage bread") ...
... Uncooked cheese sandwiches simply require assembly of the cheese slices on the bread, along with any additions and condiments ... A grilled cheese sandwich is assembled and then heated until the bread crisps and the cheese melts, sometimes combined with an additional ingredient such as peppers, tomatoes or onions ... Butter, oil, or mayonnaise may first be spread on either the bread or the cooking surface in the case of butter and oil ...
... Master butter knives are not used to spread the butter onto bread this would contaminate the butter remaining in the butter dish when the next pat of butter was served ... the informal dinner table use an individual butter knife to apply butter to their bread ... have a round point, so as not to tear the bread, and are sometimes termed butter spreaders ...
... Panko (パン粉?) is a variety of flaky bread crumb used in Japanese cuisine as a crunchy coating for fried foods, such as tonkatsu ... Panko is made from bread baked by passing an electric current through the dough, yielding bread without crusts ... White panko is made from bread which has had the crusts removed while tan “panko” is made from the whole loaf of bread ...
More definitions of "bread":
- (verb): Cover with bread crumbs.
Example: "Bread the pork chops before frying them"
Famous quotes containing the word bread:
“Throw away respect,
Tradition, form, and ceremonious duty,
For you have but mistook me all this while.
I live with bread like you, feel want,
Taste grief, need friends.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“If you wish to grow thinner, diminish your dinner,
And take to light claret instead of pale ale;
Look down with an utter contempt upon butter,
And never touch bread till its toastedor stale”
—H.S. (Henry Sambrooke)
“Man, in spite of his tendency towards mendacity, has a great respect for what he calls the truth. Truth is his staff in his voyage through life; commonplaces are the bread in his bag and the wine in his jug.”
—Rémy De Gourmont (18581915)