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A Breadular meal

For people who really like bread
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Breaded bread, served with a bread sauce, a side of a bread-stuffed bread, and bread pudding for dessert.

More specifically: Slices of bread or buns rolled in bread crumbs then fried. With a sauce thicked with chunks of bread, maybe a cream sauce with lots of chunks of bread to really feature the bread. And a bun made by stuffing one kind of bread into the dough of another kind before baking. Like maybe chunks of walnut-and-cranberry cornbread stuffed into an oatmeal bread dough.

And bread pudding for dessert.

EdwinBakery, Jan 21 2011

Bread sauce http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bread_sauce
[pocmloc, Jan 21 2011]

Kvass http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kvass
[pocmloc, Jan 24 2011]

Pharonic Beer http://en.wikipedia...ory_of_beer#History
"... made from baked barley bread, ..." [8th of 7, Jan 24 2011]

Tutankhamun ale http://en.wikipedia...:Tutankhamunale.JPG
Guves you the Mummy of all Hangovers ... [8th of 7, Jan 24 2011]

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       I think a recipe must include more than no ingredients, in addition the first one.   

       I think anything involving fried bread is a good starting point.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 21 2011
  

       What [MB] said.
8th of 7, Jan 21 2011
  

       //walnut-and-cranberry cornbread// not bread, cheating.
pocmloc, Jan 21 2011
  

       We could sneak in some sweetbreads and breadfruit. Serve with a pint of Whitbread.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 21 2011
  

       Bun, because you're obviously famished for one.
Voice, Jan 21 2011
  

       Nutritionally questionable. You couldn't live by that alone.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 22 2011
  

       Hmm, looks messy. Could you slip that sandwich into a pita pocket for me?   

       (My mom used to put white bread chunks in with canned tomatoes, liquid and all, and put that on the table in a bowl as if it was to be eaten.)
baconbrain, Jan 22 2011
  

       A bread bowl?   

       Let's all... eat bread?   

       A bun for the word 'breadular' though.
Wrongfellow, Jan 23 2011
  

       I gained three pounds just reading this post, [EB]. I know you hardly need it with this bread spread, but here's another bun [+]. (RATS! Just put on another pound...)
Grogster, Jan 23 2011
  

       ...and a bread drink? Beer doesn't count!
xandram, Jan 24 2011
  

       Kvass <link>
pocmloc, Jan 24 2011
  

       it's almost beer...but OK.
xandram, Jan 24 2011
  

       Come on, it's not noticeably alcoholic and it's made with bread!
pocmloc, Jan 24 2011
  

       // a bread drink //   

       In Pharonic Egypt, beer was also made from bread. <link>
8th of 7, Jan 24 2011
  

       Is there a gluten-free option?
DrWorm, Jan 26 2011
  

       No.
pocmloc, Jan 26 2011
  

       Breadfruit, kvass, sweetbreads   

       I know of these things but I hadn't thought of it. GEEZ! I feel like an idiot
EdwinBakery, Jan 28 2011
  

       There's also breadfish. It's an African lake fish, but that's about all I can find out about it. Also Penny Buns (ceps), and the Cottage Loaf Turtle.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 28 2011
  
      
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