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    Default D"elia's grinder bread

    I have never eaten a better grinder than the ones made at D"elia's Grinders in Riverside California. The homemade bread is a family secret but I am sure someone has come close to the original recipe.


    http://www.deliasgrinders.com/index.html

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    Found this one

    -1/8 cup water (about 70 degrees F)
    1-5/8 tsp Salt
    3-3/8 tsp Sugar
    1-2/3 Tbl Olive Oil
    16 oz Strong Bread Flour or Hi-Gluten Flour
    2-1/2 tsp Yeast

    Mix the ingredients until smooth and well-blended. Scale the dough into 3.5 oz balls. I usually get about 7 balls from a batch this size. Allow them to rest for 20-30 minutes then roll them into a thin sheet about 1/4 inch thick. Roll each sheet (jelly roll fashion) to form long slender loaves. Place loaves onto a baking sheet with the seam side down. Keep them 2 inches apart so they do not touch during the next rise.

    Place the tray of formed loaves in a warm oven (ideal is 100 degrees with 75% humidity). I usually place a bowl of water in the lower oven to keep things humid. Allow the loaves to rise for 45 to 60 minutes.

    Once risen, use a razor to make a 1/4 inch deep slit on the top of the loaves and mist them lightly with water. Bake for 20 minutes at 450 degrees or until they turn brown.

    Remove them from the oven and cool them on wire screens or racks. The rolls last only a day or two before becoming stale. They are great for Italian hoagies or Philly Cheese Steak sandwiches.

    Enjoy!

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    Looks yummy jewels. Thanks for sharing.

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    Looking at the website - I'm guessing that a grinder is somewhat like a Subway? I've never heard of a grinder before, sounds good.
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    WOW~ I thought only I knew about D"elia's Grinders in Riverside!!

    DH doesn't like them ...he says it shred's the top of him mouth! Do you live close ?

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    [QUOTE=MissKise]WOW~ I thought only I knew about D"elia's Grinders in Riverside!!

    DH doesn't like them ...he says it shred's the top of him mouth! Do you live close ?[/QUOTE]


    I live in High Springs Fl. The last time I ate a grinder from D"elia's was way back in the late 60's. I have not been back to Riverside sinse then. Funny you mention shredding the top of your mouth. I do remember that.

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