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Tom Turkey Thanksgiving Centerpiece

Tom Turkey Thanksgiving Centerpiece

The perfect centerpiece to your Thanksgiving table, the Tom Turkey can be propped up on a picture holder and surrounded with fall fabric, leaves, wheat stalks, pumpkins and flowers. Everyone will love this festive addition to the holiday table. Thanks to National Festival of Breads for sharing this recipe with us! Ingredients: 1 ¼ cups […]

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Honoring Veteran Bakers this Veteran’s Day

Honoring Veteran Bakers this Veteran’s Day

Have you heard of the Dog Tag Fellowship Program in Washington DC? On the surface it’s a bakery and coffee shop offering a beautiful space for locals to meet, and delicious treats to share. But there is more than meets the eye as this business is changing lives for Veterans and their families. The first […]

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November is National Bread Month

November is National Bread Month

November is a great time for pumpkin spice and everything nice, but it’s also the perfect time to celebrate National Bread Month. The wheat that U.S. farmers grow is exceptionally adept at creating tasty, homemade bread, so be sure to celebrate this homegrown holiday. One bushel of wheat can produce 90 loaves of whole wheat […]

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Celebrate National Real Sugar Day

Celebrate National Real Sugar Day

On October 14, celebrate the gold standard of sweetness – real sugar! The real sugar we stock in our pantry and use in many of our favorite recipes is grown by sugar beet and sugar cane farmers across the United States. National Real Sugar Day is a day to celebrate the people who harvest sugar crops, learn […]

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Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Fall is here, and what better way to celebrate the season than by baking some mouthwatering pumpkin chocolate chip cookies with your students? These cookies are the epitome of fall comfort food, blending the warm spices of pumpkin pie with the rich sweetness of chocolate chips. A perfect blend of flavors for the season! Take […]

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Elevate Your Labor Day Weekend Entertaining with Home-Baked Goods

Elevate Your Labor Day Weekend Entertaining with Home-Baked Goods

Labor Day weekend is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to start planning your celebrations! Whether you’re hosting a backyard barbecue, a cozy indoor gathering, or simply looking to indulge in delicious treats, incorporating home-baked goods into your festivities can take your entertaining game to a whole new level. There’s something undeniably […]

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This Sticky Bun Recipe is Perfect for A Weekend of Fun!

This Sticky Bun Recipe is Perfect for A Weekend of Fun!

Are you ready for an adventure? This Sticky Buns recipe from Sunflour Flour at Hopkinsville Milling is perfect for the Easter weekend with your family and friends. Sticky, gooey, chewy and fun – this is a recipe that will even impress your harshest critics!  For the Caramel Glaze -1 package yeast-¼ cup lukewarm water-¾ cup […]

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Authentic Linzer Cookies

Authentic Linzer Cookies

Linzer cookies are a holiday staple in many homes and at many cookie swaps, in fact, they’re probably on the list of All-Time Favorite Cookies Ever! With a dollop of raspberry jam peeking through the top of a delicate, nutty, buttery cookie sandwich, all covered in a dusting of confectioners’ sugar—you just can’t beat a […]

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Fun Paintbrush Cookies

Fun Paintbrush Cookies

Kids of all ages, from 3 to 103, will love these fun & tasty Paintbrush cookies! Blend the art and science of baking with your creative side. Try mixing and matching with different cookie cutter shapes and a rainbow of food coloring. Ingredient List COOKIES: 2 ¼ cups sifted all-purpose flour, plus extra for dusting […]

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The Family Dinner Project’s deck of food and activities

The Family Dinner Project’s deck of food and activities

Holiday gatherings are filled with fun, family and delicious dishes prepared by loved ones! With so many different people gathered around the table, each with their own expectations, sometimes a little structure is needed to help keep things on track! You’ll love The Family Dinner Project’s deck of food and activities for the “advent” of […]

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