Work a piece of batter the size of an egg into a large pint of light bread dough.
To be made up with water, not so stiff as light bread dough.
It was first used to denote the light bread baked by the cow-waggon cook, though the bread is usually excellent.
Pots wuz hung on iron cranes to bile and big pones of light bread wuz cooked in ovens on de hearth.
Make up the dough to the consistency of light bread dough, 35 with warm water in winter, and cold in summer.
He drew forth from it a loaf of light bread, some hard-boiled eggs, a pate of venison, and a bottle of excellent burgundy.
I say, 'I don't want to leave my preserves and light bread.'
We got a lot of light bread, about a pound and a half of butter and some sweet potatoes.
Have slices of light bread and spread the mixture on each side of each slice.
Oatmeal lacks the tenacity of wheaten flour, and cannot, without the addition of some other flour, be made into light bread.