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May 2018 COTM, SMITTEN KITCHEN EVERY DAY: Breakfast through Sandwiches, etc.

Caitlin McGrath | Apr 30, 201808:31 PM     104

Please use this thread to report on recipes from the following chapters of SMITTEN KITCHEN EVERY DAY:

Breakfast, 3–40
Salads, 41–70
Soups and Stews, 71–92
Sandwiches, Tarts, and Flatbreads, 93–114

* Please type recipe titles in ALL CAPS, and include the page number, if available.

* If you are the first to report on a recipe, please do so in a reply to this post. If someone else has already reported, please reply to their comment. This keeps reports for a recipe grouped together in the thread and easier to follow.

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