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Gratifying Hops Bread.

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  1. Julie says:

    As a beginner Trini cook – I have no idea what shortening is! Google tells me it can be butter, lard etc…. but what do Trinis use?

    • admin says:

      google can be your friend (smile). I guess in Trinbago it would be called ‘lard’?

      • Julie says:

        I ended up using Cookeen lol…
        My hops bread turned out very dense and hard….nothing lile yours! Any tips? I halved the recipe and followed it to a tee.

  2. Annabelle says:

    Would you believe that Chinese bakery Apangs is still operating!!! Best beef pies too!

  3. Sherry says:

    Omg that was d best hope bread u were right we love it

  4. Tammy says:

    Can u use raise to the hops bread. Thanks

  5. Roz says:

    Well hello there Chris, I am about to try this recipe since it is certainly quite different from the way my mama made it back “in de days!”
    I have tried some of your other recipes and they all came out perfect so here goes. I will let you know this outcome.
    Thank you again for bringing “home” to my kitchen here in cold Boston.

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