"The Bread"

by Jim Campbell
Proprietor of
Mild to Wild Pepper and Herb Company
OK, What is this stuff? Well the story beginns a long time ago, but in a relatively nearby Galaxy. It was at a Chilehead Hotluck, and Jim was nice enough to send a care package containing a loaf of this ballistic bread. You really could not treat it as regular bread, as a piece the size of a sugar cube (Hey, do they even make sugarcubes anymoe?), would render the average human dysfunctional for 5 or 10 minutes. It soon became legendary among members of the Chilehead Community, providing much entertainment to those not actually partaking of it. Possibly it's most auspicious moment was at the 10th Annual Firey Food Festival, where Jim had a booth for his Mild to Wild company. He had brought a hunk of "The Bread" with him, and was giving away free tastes with an explicit warning of it's potential for pain. The guys manning the Budwieser booth across from Jim's were treated first-hand to the results, as moaning, mouth fanning victims staggered over for any sort of cool liquid, pretty much to no avail...

Ingredients

1˝ cup Whole wheat flour
1˝ cup White flour
˝ cup V8 or similar veggie juice
˝ cup Water
1 teaspoon Salt
1˝ tablespoon Evaporated dried milk
1˝ tablespoon Brown sugar
1 tablespoon Honey or sorgham
1˝ teaspoon Fast rise auto bread yeast (2 tsp normal yeast)
2 tablespoon Butter
2 - 5 ounces Ground dried Red Savina™ Habanero, (If you've used the stuff, you know how insane this is...)

Preparation

(all wheat may be used, but not all white- the Savina (tm) seems to go good with wheat breads while white has too little flavor for it IMHO)

Heat liquid ingredients to about 100 F. Pour into cannister. Put in dry ingredients, yeast last. Set machine to desired finish. Done. I'll leave it to individuals to try and figure out how to adapt this to their own style of breadmaking. Like I said, this is for one of those auto bread machines simply becuase I don't know how to bake bread otherwise. If it ain't easy, I ain't got time to do it. I'm sure there are lots of different herb combinations that could be used as well.

Hope you all have fun with this! - ~Jim

Jim Campbell
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