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Big Batch Chocolate Dry Mix

Everyone needs a chocolate layer cake at the ready for those special celebratory moments.

Sep 18, 2017
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Big Batch Cornmeal Dry Mix

Cornmeal can go sweet or savory, and there’s no use in creating an all-purpose mix with it if you’re not going to account for both.

Sep 18, 2017
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Big Batch Dry Mix

This plain, versatile mix can be used to make cakes, cupcakes, muffins, scones and pancakes.

Sep 18, 2017
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Blackberry Cake With a Kick

The mix weight and volume measurements in the basic and next-level recipes are somewhat different from what you might expect due to the varying weights of the different flours, sugar, leavenings and salt used in the three Big-Batch mixes.

Sep 18, 2017
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Bread Crumb Spaghetti

Based on traditional Italian recipes, this dish combines crunchy, garlicky, lemony bread crumbs with whole-grain pasta and a little baby spinach for a hearty, comforting bowl.

Weeknight Vegetarian · Sep 18, 2017
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Bread-n-Butter Pickle Corn Bread

As this rendition proves, the addition of chopped pickles is one of the better things to happen to this American staple.

Sep 18, 2017
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Fully Loaded Chocolate Muffins

Sometimes, it’s okay to break the rules and add a few extra chocolate chips to your muffins.

Sep 18, 2017
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Maple-Cashew Scones

The combination of maple, cashews and spelt here is especially winning, but if you used whole-wheat flour in your dry mix base (see related recipe), you wouldn’t be disappointed with the results.

Sep 18, 2017
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Brisket With Leeks and Pomegranate Molasses

This is tailor-made for a modest-size holiday family meal.

Sep 15, 2017
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Honeyed Carrot Salad With Squash and Roasted Garlic Vinaigrette

Several foods that have symbolic meaning for the Jewish New Year -- gourds, carrots, green beans, apples, honey, fenugreek seeds, garlic, spinach, fish, pomegranate seeds -- come together in this colorful melange that tastes great warm or at room temperature.

Dinner in Minutes · Sep 15, 2017
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