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Easy Bread Bowl Recipe Ideas for Dinner Tonight

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There is never a bad time to serve Bread Bowls for dinner, but with fall here and winter coming, this is the perfect season to start. Bread Bowls are great for all kinds of recipe ideas. They are great crowd pleasers filled with dips, but the family can enjoy them for breakfast, filled with soup, filled with stews and all kinds of comforting meals. My favorite is the French Onion Soup with the insides of the bread cubed for dipping. The best part of all you ask? You don’t even need to make the bread bowls yourself. I personally love...

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This season, Jazzy Vegetarian returns with award-winning vegan chef and host Laura Theodore at home, preparing delectable food, including some of her personal favorite recipes

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Produced with support from Earth Fare and Papa Vince, this season focuses on plant-based dishes for easy weeknight suppers, classic weekend menus and festive holiday family fare, including many gluten-free recipes. Season Eight of Jazzy Vegetarian showcases vegan recipes for everyone who is looking to jazz-up mealtimes, by adding more plant-based meals into their weekly menu plan. Season Eight of Jazzy Vegetarian A few highlights of this exciting season include gluten-free main dishes like: Zucchini Fettuccine Alfredo, Spaghetti Squash “Capellini” andRed Pepper Crustless Quiche. Other meal stars include: Black Bean-Zucchini Burritos with Almond Crème Fraîche, Vegan Sukiyaki andJazzy Salad Nicoise.Garam...

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Easy Bread Bowl Recipe Ideas for Dinner Tonight

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There is never a bad time to serve Bread Bowls for dinner, but with fall here and winter coming, this is the perfect season to start. Bread Bowls are great for all kinds of recipe ideas. They are great crowd pleasers filled with dips, but the family can enjoy them for breakfast, filled with soup, filled with stews and all kinds of comforting meals. My favorite is the French Onion Soup with the insides of the bread cubed for dipping. The best part of all you ask? You don’t even need to make the bread bowls yourself. I personally love...

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To deal with that glut of zucchini, a big, skillet pancake to the rescue

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I originally came up with this savory skillet pancake as a way to make a dent in the many pounds of zucchini a friend gifted me from her garden, but it is now a perennial favorite. In it, shredded zucchini, the star here, is mixed with just enough egg and flour to bind it into a tender pancake. The batter is poured into a skillet and then is baked, not fried, as zucchini pancakes tend to be, making it more healthful and far less messy than using the stove-top. The trick to making the pancake tender — not soggy —...

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Baking Bread at Home with Farmer Mary Whittier

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Since 1945, the Whittier family of Sutton, Massachusetts has worked together to make good food for neighbors. In addition to their dairy herd, they run The Milk Store, which they describe as an overgrown, 40-year-old 4-H project. It has grown from a tree-shaded table piled with sweet corn to a year-round store bursting with vegetables grown on 18 acres as well as the farm’s own beef and dairy (in the form of Cabot products), fresh-baked goods including sweet breads and pies, crusty-topped homemade mac and cheese, and soups like broccoli cheddar and cheesy asparagus. Along with Whittier Farms’ own farm-fresh...

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