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Bread is the first Section of a larger collection of family recipes, compiled and edited by Mary Lynn Naylor Allen.

Bread is considered the staple of life. And for thousands of years, humans have learned how to grind and cook grains. These bread recipes, handed down generation to generation haven't changed their ingredients much. Yeast, flour, water, and Love.

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Bread is the first Section of a larger collection of family recipes, compiled and edited by Mary Lynn Naylor Allen.

Bread is considered the staple of life. And for thousands of years, humans have learned how to grind and cook grains. These bread recipes, handed down generation to generation haven't changed their ingredients much. Yeast, flour, water, and Love.

The complete collection is look at the History of our Family through Food. These recipes span five generations, and give us a look into how food has evolved within our family. Whether you are a Bowen, Naylor, Allen, or a derivative, I'm sure you'll find a recipe by one of your relatives here. Enjoy the reading, and enjoy the cooking.

Note: If you would like to add to this project, please email me the recipe, and I'll post it here on this site.
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Navajo Fry Bread
 
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Lemon Bread
 
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M&M's Banana Bread
 
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Oatmeal Apple Raisin Muffins
 
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Monster Cinnamon Rolls
 
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Overnight Dinner Rolls
 
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Parker House Biscuits
 
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Poppy Seed Bread
 
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Pumpkin Bread
 
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Sweet Muffins
 
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Velma's Christmas Cake
 
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White Pecan Fruit Cake
 
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Whole Wheat Bread
 
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Raised Oven Doughnuts
 
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Stuffing
 



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Sweet and Spicy Pumpkin Cake
Submitted by: Sarah Matheny
Pumpkin is good for you. And it's good in lots of ways. This is a recipe I found online one day, and finally made yesterday. And all I've got to say is, wow!

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9000 Calorie Scones
Submitted by: Jamar Gill

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Ben's Blender Whole Wheat Pancakes
Jamar: These are Ben's favorite pancakes. When he makes them he varies the ingredients but they always turn out great. A good way to use your years supply!

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Black Forest Pumpernickel
Submitted by: Lisa Pratt

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Bread
Submitted by: Mary Naylor
Lynn: I can remember Mom "spanking" the bread to make sure the loaves had no air bubbles in them. I still "spank" mine!

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Chocolate Zucchini Bread
Submitted by: Darcie Naylor

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Cool Rise White Bread
Submitted by: Mary Naylor

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Cornbread
Submitted by: Lorie Naylor

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Dinner Rolls
Submitted by: Grandma Eddy
Grandma Eddy is Darcie Naylor's grandmother

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Grandma Steve's Cinnamon Rolls
Submitted by: Grandma Steve
When I was learning to bake cinnamon rolls Mom would always relate the story of Grandma Stevenson who was a cook for the mines in Colorado. She would tell how Grandma Steve would get up early and bake 12 or so pies, then she'd bake loaves and loaves of bread, and then she would start in on the cinnamon rolls. And being that she was such a great cook, and they were hungry miners, her cinnamon rolls had no less than a pound of butter in each batch! So to make Grandma Steve’s Cinnamon Rolls use any basic sweet roll dough recipe and then slather on the butter, the sugar and the cinnamon -the more the better! And while you're rolling them out be thinking just how grateful you are that you don't have to get up before dawn to do this for a group of hungry miners!

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Grandma Allen's 100% Whole Wheat Bread
Submitted by: Lynn Allen
Lynn: No those aren’t typos! This recipe is as given to me by Velma. She typed the recipe herself and it contains her comments, typos and all as she gave it to me!

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Grandma Allen's Bread
Submitted by: Jamar Gill
Jamar: This is mother's recipe she sent to me when I made my first bread, so it is only for 1 loaf. She always made 20 loaves at a time. She made changes to the recipe over the years but this is the basic bread she always made.

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Grandma Allen's Bread 2
Submitted by: Jamar Gill
Jamar: This is the recipe Mother used the most and that most of us remember.

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Grandma Allen's White Bread
Submitted by: Lynn Allen
Lynn: This recipe is as I originally got it from Grandma. She typed it herself and contains her side comments, typo's and all.

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Grandma Grace's Oatmeal Bread
Submitted by: Grandma Grace
Lynn: This is exactly as I got the recipe from Grandma Grace.

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Healthy Banana Bread
Submitted by: Tina Ellis

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Heirloom Boston Brown Bread
Submitted by: Mary Naylor
Lynn: Mom originally used large tall yeast cans for this recipe.

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Ida's Bran Muffins
Submitted by: Lynn Allen
Lynn: This recipe is from Ida Steele and comes out of the old orange covered 8th Ward Cookbook, page 13. I've used it for years and it never fails. Sister Steele had a lot of kids and this recipe makes at least 6 dozen muffins, and may be kept in the refrigerator for up to a week. I use the largest bowl Tupperware makes to store mine. Make sure you don’t stir it again!

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Navajo Fry Bread
Submitted by: Eleanor Boyd Dukepoo
Lynn: Eleanor was our foster sister who lived with us for many years.

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Lemon Bread
Submitted by: Darcie Naylor

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M&M's Banana Bread
Submitted by: Monty and Melissa Allen
Melissa: We love this bread and it's only 128 calories per slice.

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Monkey Bread
Submitted by: Lynn Allen
Lynn: Monkey bread is a Christmas tradition in our home. Santa has been known to be up very late making this when he's forgotten and some little soul has begged for it before going to bed to dream of sugar plums.................

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Oatmeal Apple Raisin Muffins
Submitted by: Grandma Grace
NOTES : Grandma's notes said that this recipe was "Good".

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Monster Cinnamon Rolls
Submitted by: Lynn Allen

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Overnight Dinner Rolls
Submitted by: Grandma Grace Naylor
EDITOR: There are no directions given on how to "round up dough". Editor suggests following other bread recipes on mixing and kneading dough.

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Parker House Biscuits
Submitted by: Grandma Grace Naylor

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Poppy Seed Bread
Submitted by: Lynn Allen
Lynn: This recipe originally came from Mom's friend Wilma Henderson.

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Pumpkin Bread
Submitted by: Grandma Grace Naylor

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Scrumptious Cinnamon Bread
Submitted by: Darcie Naylor
Darcie: This makes great French toast! It makes 5-6 loaves so you may want to halve the recipe.

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Soft Herb Rolls
Submitted by: Darcie Naylor

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Sour Milk Corn Bread
Submitted by: Grandma Grace

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Strawberry Bread
Submitted by: Susan Troxell

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Sweet Muffins
Submitted by: Josh Allen

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Sweet Potato Biscuits
Submitted by: Grandma Grace Naylor

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Velma's Christmas Cake
Submitted by: Jamar Gill
Jamar: Mother made this recipe for years, delivering them to all her friends, neighbors and the store help.

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White Pecan Fruit Cake
Submitted by: Jamar Gill
Lynn: This is the fruitcake most of us remember. It always came in the package with the Christmas Caramels a few weeks before Christmas.

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Whole Wheat Bread
Submitted by: Mary Naylor

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Yeast Pancakes
Submitted by: Grandma Grace Naylor

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Zucchini Bread
Submitted by: Mary Naylor

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Raised Oven Doughnuts
Submitted by: Mary Naylor

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Stuffing
Submitted by: Lynn Allen

Bread is the first Section of a larger collection of family recipes, compiled and edited by Mary Lynn Naylor Allen. Bread is considered the staple of life. And for thousands of years, humans have learned how to grind and cook grains. These bread recipes, handed down generation to generation haven't changed their ingredients much. Yeast, flour, water, and Love. The complete collection is look at the History of our Family through Food. These recipes span five generations, and give us a look into how food has evolved within our family. Whether you are a Bowen, Naylor, Allen, or a derivative, I'm sure you'll find a recipe by one of your relatives here. Enjoy the reading, and enjoy the cooking. Note: If you would like to add to this project, please email me the recipe, and I'll post it here on this site.

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Bread is the first Section of a larger collection of family recipes, compiled and edited by Mary Lynn Naylor Allen. Bread is considered the staple of life. And for thousands of years, humans have learned how to grind and cook grains. These bread recipes, handed down generation to generation haven't changed their ingredients much. Yeast, flour, water, and Love. The complete collection is look at the History of our Family through Food. These recipes span five generations, and give us a look into how food has evolved within our family. Whether you are a Bowen, Naylor, Allen, or a derivative, I'm sure you'll find a recipe by one of your relatives here. Enjoy the reading, and enjoy the cooking. Note: If you would like to add to this project, please email me the recipe, and I'll post it here on this site.