what could be simpler or more delicious, when you have good, fresh, flavorful tomatoes? i've been using half brandywines and half cherry tomatoes, since that's what i have on the vine, but romas or plums would be great as well. mozzarella is the classic choice, but i use whatever cheese we have on hand or that sounds good at the market.
i wish i could give you a recipe for this whole wheat breadmaker bread, but, as usual, it was something of a maverick concoction. i ran out of milk, so i used part yogurt, etc. i've been working out of this gigantic book from the library with hundreds, literally, of bread machine recipes. let's see. it's called The Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook, and has 300 recipes. i also made a wholesome (read: half wheat) challah, but it didn't turn out quite right because a) my eggs were small, b) i lost count while measuring the flour, and c) i was supposed to take it out, shape it, and put it back in the maker, and i didn't. oh, well. it still worked for french toast.i'm using mostly new rinkel flour these days. it's not milled within 100 miles, but it's close!