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10 Most Popular Posts This Year

This past weekend, the Go Eat Your Bread with Joy blog completed its first year, hooray! To celebrate, here’s a look at our 10 most visited posts between December 8, 2017 and today.

long-fermented sourdough, naturally leavened bread
Pictured: long-fermented sourdough bread, as mentioned in below roundup

Happy first birthday, Go Eat Your Bread with Joy! What started with a look at The Pepperidge Farm cookbook and a crazy day of pie-making┬áhas now grown into a full year of posts, featuring everything from recipe roundups to how-to guides. To mark this milestone, here’s a quick overview about the site, as well as a roundup of its 10 most visited posts this first year.

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Simple, No-Chill Sugar Cookies for Baking with Kids

When you’re looking for a fun, kid-friendly project this month, say hello to simple, no-chill sugar cookies. You can blend them in a food processor (and let kids press “pulse”), roll out the dough without chilling it (and let kids cut out shapes) and be enjoying fresh-baked treats within an hour.┬áThe ingredients are unrefined, the process is doable and, even better, the recipe is so short, you can memorize it.

simple no-chill sugar cookies for baking with kids

When it comes to baking with kids–in December or any time of year–the process is as easy as 1, 2, 3. Or, to put it more accurately, 2, 1, 1/2.Read More

How to Help the Hungry in Nashville This Giving Tuesday

Today, on the seventh annual Giving Tuesday, we are surrounded by opportunities to help the hungry in Nashville. The best part is, you don’t have to have deep pockets. Even the smallest donation, a single volunteer hour or a collected can of pennies is something. Below, consider some specific ways you can help the hungry here in town, simply by sharing what you have.

how to help the hungry in nashville

1. Participate in the Mrs. Cheap Penny Drive.

Want a perfect way to get the kids involved? Collect your pennies. Read More

Nashville Makers Gift Guide for Food Lovers

Say you want to send friends a little piece of Nashville. Or you like to shop local. Or, you’re from anywhere else, but you appreciate handmade goods. Whatever the case, if you’re looking for some gift ideas that showcase Music City’s best, here’s a Nashville makers’ gift guide! In it, you’ll find beautiful products made right in town (mostly with a food theme.)

 

nashville makers gift guide

If there’s one thing Nashville’s not short on, it’s creative talent.Read More