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by Sarah Steimer

Grilled bread salad with sweet peppers and onions

A grilled bread salad might sound sort of dry, but this dish had the perfect amount of dressing. It was so easy to make, too! The hardest part was remembering what I had to pick up from the grocery store.

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by Sarah Steimer

Lavash with oregano, cheese and sesame seeds

I love when restaurants serve soup with nice flat, crispy crackers like this lavash. It keeps you from filling up on a hunk of bread, and they offer a wonderful, salty bite in between slurps. Make this at home to really jazz up your own soup night.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Grilled cheese with mushrooms and sun-dried tomatoes

What does one do when the grocery store gods mark mushrooms and muenster cheese on sale? One stocks up on pumpernickel bread, grabs sun-dried tomatoes from the pantry and makes grilled cheese.

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by Sarah Steimer

Broccoli-cheddar grilled cheese

The concept is pretty obvious: the sandwich version of the beloved broccoli-cheddar soup. (If you prefer the liquid version, check out Caitlin’s popular recipe here.)


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by Caitlin Saniga

Use your favorite types of olives in this bread. And when serve it warm with a shallow plate of olive oil sprinkled with fresh-cracked pepper, course salt and herbs.

Use your favorite types of olives in this bread. And serve it warm with a shallow plate of olive oil sprinkled with fresh-cracked pepper, coarse salt and herbs.


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by Sarah Steimer

Poached egg over wilted greens with bacon and tomatoes

This is sort of a deconstructed breakfast BLT. Definitely play around with what sort of greens you use. My turnip tops were a bit earthy, which played nicely with the peppery arugula and sweet-acidic tomatoes. Of course the bacon and egg added all the fattiness I needed.


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by Caitlin Saniga

Zucchini cornbread

This cornbread-zucchini bread hybrid has the best qualities of each. It’s slightly sweet and a bit crumbly, but moist.

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