Jazzing Up Soups and Salads with Croutons from Fresh Baked Bread
January 4, 2016
Good Things from Fresh Breads
Many soups are very healthy—and are low in calories and high in the good stuff such as nutrients and vitamins. Make sure your soup is also packed with protein, fiber and other healthy and tasty ingredients. A.J. Shepler, culinary chef and food scientist at Rothbury Farms, joins us with some delicious recipes that are easy on the waistline. To add a little crunch to your soup or salad, garnish them with croutons. Rothbury Farms, a fourth-generation family-owned business that started in 1923, makes its croutons from fresh baked bread. Just how tasty are their croutons? Rothbury Farms’ Croutons have received the Chef’s Best – Best Taste Award, every year since 2004. Now that’s impressive!
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