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20 Bread Puns for the Next Time You Want to Loaf Around

November 24, 2017

This blog is to help you relax after the hectic week to create a perfect Thanksgiving dinner. If yours went like mine, it was less than perfect but we still had a great time!

Faith Filled Friday: Giving thanks always for all things unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ -Ephesians 5:20  ~ Connie

Check out our fresh-baked collection of hot cross puns! All buns intended!
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Link: 20 Bread Puns for the Next Time You Want to Loaf Around

Trophy case
The Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame is filled with breadwinners. (Check out the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Ohio and the other best family travel destinations in every state.)
High society
The most sophisticated bread is always the upper crust.
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Rebel, rebel
Radical bakers are always going against the whole grain. (Here are 30 ways to get more fiber in your diet.)
Loose change
The baker didn’t get why the banker always wanted to pump’er nickels. (Don’t miss the carbs you should never cut from your diet.)
Crazy times
The kitchen plans were always going a-rye. (Check out this chef’s advice for making the perfect Reuben sandwich.)
Poor thing
The chef’s assistant asked for a rolling pin, but was told to not be so kneady.
Heavyweight champ
The boxer ordered his favorite lunch again—a knuckle sandwich. (Don’t miss these 20 recipes for outrageous ice cream sandwiches.)
Such a flirt
Careful when you compliment a chef’s hot buns—they might bake it the wrong way!
Tattle tale
His little bro looked scared when he handed him his plate and said, “your toast.” (Don’t miss these unique school lunches for the kid who hates sandwiches.)
Lovers’ quarrel
“You deserve butter,” he said and she replied, “You bread my mind.” (Check out these easy romantic dates you can plan in five minutes.)
Rise and shine
The baker punched and pulled the loaf: “I’ll get a rise out of you!” (Read about the psychology behind why baking for others makes them feel so good.)
Tart n’ tangy
Always serve sour dough bread with a cutting barb. (Don’t miss the science that proves sarcasm makes you smarter.)
Dessert first
Her guests loved the cobbler even though it was totally crumb-y! (Here are the treats you should never bring to a bake sale.)
Stand-up comedy
“Think my jokes are stale?” said the chef. “Wait ’til you get a load of my buns!”
Idle hands
The loafer was baking a fool of himself, as usual.
Raise your glass
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Starstruck
The actor salivated when he was offered such a juicy roll.
Counter service
“Your order’s bready,” said the deli worker. “It’s the yeast you could do,” replied the customer.
Stitch in time
Don’t sow your wild oats—batch them up in some cookie sew, of course. (Don’t miss these 12 must-have home ec skills.)
Witty banter
“Don’t be so crusty,” said the chef. “Wheat-ever,” thought the sous-chef, as he rolled his pies.

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