I've made many breads and bread-like things, but my favorite is no-knead bread. Why knead when you don't have to? My no-knead source is Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day. You can find the basic recipe online in the book's blog: Master Recipe, and elsewhere. Most of the variants I make involve substituting a cup of something else for a cup of white flour in the basic recipe: a cup of rye flour (and some caraway seed) for rye bread; half a cup of rye flour and half a cup of whole wheat flour for "peasant" bread.
I also found a lighter rye variant online with only half a cup of dark rye flour, intended to simulate medium rye, but Peter was not particularly impressed. I am still experimenting in search of the perfect rye.
See below for the master recipe from the "healthy" sequel. I found some more recipes from the book (which I don't have) online at King Arthur Flour.
This chapter also includes some non-bread things you may need for your bread.