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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Getting Ready For The Holidays: Klosterman Baking Company Review & Recipe

Certain baking secrets used in the modern kitchens of Klosterman Baking Company have been passed through generations of this family-owned company founded more than 100 years ago.

The Klosterman ancestors, trained and highly skilled in baking, arrived in Cincinnati more than a century ago, prized family recipes in hand. Basic to their trade was the quality of their dough, made the old-fashioned way, using only the finest ingredients. Products were sold door to door from a horse-drawn wagon.

To be most responsive to the changing needs of its customers, Klosterman made many "firsts" in the Cincinnati area, such as the first square loaf of bread, the first brown and serve rolls, the first hamburger bun, and the first buns packaged in plastic wrap. Click Here to read more

Choose from a wide variety of Klosterman fresh and frozen baked products. Klosterman Baking Company provides total customer satisfaction with an assortment of bread, buns, hoagies and rolls. Whether the menu calls for mini-buns, kaiser rolls, sandwich bread or whole grain products, Klosterman Baking will enhance your dining experience.

Klosterman Dressing

- 1 Cup Ham, chopped
- 1 Cup Mushrooms, chopped
- 1 Cup Onions, chopped
- 1/4 lb. Butter
- 2 Cups Half & Half
- 2 tbsp Flour
- 2 tbsp Chicken Base or Bullion Cubes
- 1-2 Loaves Klosterman Classic White Bread, cubed

Sautee ham, mushrooms and onions in butter. When onions are clear, add flour. Cook until it foams, adding Half & Half to thicken. Remove from stove, add chicken base or bullion and fold in bread cubes until you have a firm dress.

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Penny W said...

I don't know that I've ever heard of a dressing recipe that calls for ham. With 2 cups of half and half, it sure sounds decadent.

kmogilevski said...

The dressing sounds delicious and very easy to make. I'm not sure about the ham though, but would be worth a try!

Kim Phan said...

I can't wait to try the dressing recipe! some great bread family history!