An a-peel-ingly scrappy trick worth trying.
Gather your leftover loaf and copy this Italian chef/farmer.
(Psst—they're made with leftovers.)
Including the greens!
Clue: A hidden-in-plain-sight ingredient.
6 fresh ways to use it up.
There's a big chance you already own this puckery pantry hero.
You can and should turn your compost into a flavor enhancer.
This snack *really* takes a cue from movie theater butter popcorn.
Fall, meet funnel cake.
Repurpose your leftovers and make Thanksgiving last as long as you want.
Yes, you can turn coffee grounds into mushrooms
Meet the crostini that was meant to be eaten with a knife and a fork
Take pepper seeds with a grain of salt
Hint: Stop tossing wilty lettuce
And simple enough to make at home.
Plus, the sweetest use for your leftover matzo
They might well become your new favorite appetizer
Plus it uses a scrap you've never given a second thought
No food coloring needed
A little earthy, a little sweet, and a little indulgent
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