Things To Do With A Loaf Of French Bread

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French Bread Loaf Recipe

Don’t you love walking into a grocery store and smelling french bread baking? Many stores bake their french bread in the afternoon so they have fresh loaves for those shopping for dinner. I love the hard crust and soft insides of this yummy bread, plus, the price of a whole loaf only costs around $2.00 – $3.00. 

I’ve gathered a bunch of french bread recipes from around the web to show all the options there are. I guarantee you’re going to want to go buy a loaf after seeing these recipes.

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Family Cultural Night – China

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We started a new tradition in our family and it was soooo fun! Since it’s Chinese New Year we thought it would be fun to learn more about China and to use it as an opportunity to give the kids a great experience. Now that we’ve had one family cultural night we want to do more and want to encourage you all to do the same.

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Best Soup Recipes For Families

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I don’t know many who are not fans of a nice warm bowl of soup. It’s so comforting and a meal all it’s own. I love that it’s easy to make and can be put in a crock pot in the morning to cook throughout the day or whipped up in under an hour in the evening. Soup is great for leftovers and most of the time tastes even better the next day.

Our family will often gather together for bread bowls and a variety of different soups. We try and choose soups that both the young and old will like and gobble up. In my search for different soups to try I’ve come across these that I think will fit the bill.

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Ways With Toast Roundup

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One of my favorite snacks is a piece of buttered wheat toast. It’s filling, easy, and fast, but lately I’ve been seeing some great ways to make my toast more interesting and delicious. Here’s some of the ideas I’ve found:

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