Bread in a Bag

14 Nov

I’m throwing in an extra post this week to let you know about a brand new book that I’m really excited about!  If you like the idea of storing fast and easy pantry meals then you’re going to love this book!  The book is called “Bread in a Bag” by Pam Emick.  Rather than meals however,  this book focuses on “pantry- style” storage of 50 different breads and teaches (with step by step pictures) how to make each of them.  Great idea!

Pam has given me permission to share a recipe with you straight from the book.  Give it a try and see for yourself!  I think this idea is a great way to quickly make bread and also have a variety of breads on your menu to keep things interesting.  I made this Rosemary Pepper bread over the weekend and it was really good.   I think you’ll enjoy it too!

Here’s the full recipe for you to print!

Rosemary Pepper Bread

Rosemary Pepper Bread pg. 2


Bread in a Bag is available for purchase either on Amazon or CreateSpace.    Thank you Pam for all your hard work in bringing this resource to us!


5 Responses to “Bread in a Bag”

  1. Pam Emick November 14, 2011 at 5:14 pm #

    Your bread turned out fabulous, I’m so glad to see that! Thank you for posting about my book!

    • myfoodstoragecookbook November 16, 2011 at 1:00 am #

      Happy to! I love the idea of it — I think it makes a lot of sense to simplify something we make so often!

  2. Jennifer November 18, 2011 at 12:28 pm #

    Thanks for sharing the recipe. It’s so hard to judge if you want to buy a cookbook unless you can get a look at the recipes in there, first.

    • Pam Emick November 18, 2011 at 6:55 pm #

      You might also wish to review the book on Amazon, because you can “Look Inside”!


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