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Yeast needs a warm environment to make bread rise. Avoid extreme heat or cold, which can inactivate the yeast.
To eliminate rims around the edges of quick breads, grease baking pans on bottom and only 1/2 inch up sides.
To quickly bring eggs to room temperature, dip them in a bowl of warm water. Cut butter into small chunks and let stand at room temperature 15 minutes to soften.
When making bread, dissolve yeast in 100°F-110°F liquid. When mixing yeast with flour, use 120°F-130°F liquids. Use a thermometer to check temperature.