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Thu, Mar 24 2011 post by admin

Welcome to the Rhodes Blog!

We are underway on a brand new adventure and we're happy to have you along for the ride!  Click to read the full article...

Welcome!

We are very excited to be starting the official Rhodes Blog. Each week we will feature a blogger who currently works for Rhodes, so you will get a little insight into the fun people we have working here. Each Rhodes blogger will bake our current Recipe of the Week and then tell you about their experience. The posts will feature step-by-step instructions and photos, along with any tips and tricks they learned along the way. We hope to give our readers a more detailed look into just what goes into baking the Recipe of the Week, and hope it will clarify the instructions and procedures. 

We'd love to hear from you!

Please feel free to comment about the recipe and leave any questions you may have. Tell us about your experience with the recipe and any additional helpful hints you might have discovered. Tell us if and how you altered the recipe to your tastes. The more information we have from each other, the more successful we can be.

Coming soon...

In addition to our "in-house" Rhodes bloggers, we will be featuring a Guest Blogger each week. These are great bloggers who have their own blogs and are very experienced at sharing their adventures in the kitchen. We are very excited to be learning some fun new ideas from them also!

We also hope to include some features about our company and our product. Have you ever wondered how Rhodes got started or how we make our frozen dough? Stay tuned for some fun and interesting blog posts featuring articles from our plant workers to our company President.

12 Comments

Bethany said on Mar 01, 2011
WOO HOO!! I am so EXCITED and cant wait to start baking more!
Elaine Kandeler said on Mar 01, 2011
Really enjoy using your product, and all of your recipes are easy to follow and delicious. They always get rave reviews! This blog will be just an added bonus!
Kathy said on Mar 02, 2011
Love the product but can't find it aymore in East Tennessee, what states is it sold in and in what stores?
stacie said on Mar 08, 2011
Kathy - If you have an Ingles near you, they usually have a good selection of Rhodes products.
Mary said on Jun 22, 2011
How to make rolls into hamburger buns.
Stacie said on Mar 09, 2012
Mary - Here's a link to the hamburger bun recipe: http://rhodesbread.com/recipes/view/2223
Nancy said on Feb 09, 2012
Fabulous site! I have 4 recipes bookmarked and got ideas for many more.
And there are easy Kosher recipes, too.
Thanks, I'll be back.
maria ladwig said on Apr 29, 2012
I would like to know if anybody has the recipe for making donuts with the Texas Roll Dough. I have old recipe cards from Rhodes and I KNOW I made them with Texas roll dough but cannot find it. Any help would be great!
janelle mclenon said on Jan 14, 2013
I lost my recipe for pull apart (monkey bread) cinnamon pecan sticky buns. I remember it also had vanilla pudding mix in it. U would pull pieces off it was baked n the pecan n I believe brown sugar went on the bottom along with the cinnomon after it raised ud bake it then immediately when done invert it over onto ur serving plate. They were Soooo good and every one who ate them loved them.so if any one has this recipe PLEASE EMAIL it to me. I'd be VERY GRATEFUL thank u so much for ur time!!
janelle mclenon said on Jan 14, 2013
I lost my recipe for pull apart (monkey bread) cinnamon pecan sticky buns. I remember it also had vanilla pudding mix in it. U would pull pieces off it was baked n the pecan n I believe brown sugar went on the bottom along with the cinnomon after it raised ud bake it then immediately when done invert it over onto ur serving plate. They were Soooo good and every one who ate them loved them.so if any one has this recipe PLEASE EMAIL it to me. I'd be VERY GRATEFUL thank u so much for ur time!!
carol said on Nov 18, 2012
I love your products but my local grocer does not carry them anymore. Which San Diego Market chains carry your wonderful prodcts?
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