Maroggia’s Mill Cookbook: Bread in a can / Il Ricettario del Mulino di Maroggia: Pane in lattina

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Today for Maroggia’s Mill Cookbook I want to present you with a very practical and entertaining recipe, as well as delicious of course! Bread in a can is the perfect example of how man can use anything as a cooking tool. Really, there is no point in owning multiple moulds and bread tins when you can re-use tin cans. Besides the result is so nice and the rounded slices of bread are perfect for making appetizers!

Also known as campfire tin can bread or Boston brown bread it is a kind of bread which gets some of its flavour from molasses. Traces of its history date back to Colonial New England. Early New Englanders needed a bread that could be done using the limited resources they had. Since they had more cornmeal and rye flour than wheat flour, the three were combined, in order to use less of their precious…

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