NATIONAL HOMEMADE BREAD DAY
On November 17, homes will fill with warm, comforting aromas reminding us to slow down and enjoy National Homemade Bread Day.
Yeast bread calls for us to slow down and spend time with each other as we work the dough and let it rest and rise before baking. Quick breads allow a special treat to share and enjoy with coffee or tea. Other homemade breads, such as donuts, pretzels, muffins and biscuits add variety to our everyday meals and making them with friend and family brings joy and an opportunity to exchange recipes.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Take out your recipe box and get to baking. Or find a few new recipes. Use #HomemadeBreadDay to share on social media.
The National Homemade Bread Committee from Ann Arbor, Michigan founded National Homemade Bread Day to encourage families to enjoy making homemade bread. The day has been celebrated since the early 1980s.
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