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Make it Old Fashioned

September 12, 2016
1 min. read


Grandparents and elderly people play an important role in our lives; they provide support, offer wisdom, and set an example for future generations. While grandparents should be celebrated every day, this holiday serves as a gentle reminder to consider the impact our own grandparents have had on our lives and the lives of those around them.

Grandparents and grandchildren: take some time this week to connect with one another, share stories, or simply reflect. Celebrate a grandparent or elderly person this week by serving up an “old-fashioned” recipe, just like Grandma used to make!


Chicken and Bread Dumplings


Classic comfort food like this homemade soup will have you reminiscing on the “good ol’ times.” With fragrant ingredients like carrots, celery, onion, garlic, thyme, bay leaves, and shredded chicken, you can’t go wrong. Adding a dumpling formed from Martin’s Potato Bread cubes takes this to the next level.

Homestyle Meatloaf


What’s better than a good old-fashioned meatloaf? This version combines ground beef, garlic, onion, Martin’s Potato Bread (for binding), Worcestershire sauce, and spices. The mixture is then formed into a loaf, baked in the oven, and topped with a classic ketchup sauce.

Chicken & Broccoli Cobbler


You’ll love this warm, buttery cobbler of chicken, parmesan, broccoli, Martin’s Potato Bread cubes, and alfredo sauce. We know that nothing beats Grandma’s cooking, but this recipe sure comes close!

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