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 from the book 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. Some involve shape, like slathering a lump of the basic dough into a flat rectangle on parchment paper, letting it rise while the oven is preheating to 450°, dusting it with flour, baking for 20 minutes, and presto, ciabatta! Other fast shapes include naan and baguettes (more details below).
The master recipe from the "healthy" sequel to Artisan Bread in 5 is a nice, heavy bread. You can find it here or online. 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.