Monday Eats: Sweet Potato, Spinach and Bacon Breakfast Casserole

Monday Eats: Sweet Potato, Spinach and Bacon Breakfast Casserole

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Potatoes are the fourth largest food crop next to rice, wheat and corn. You can bake them, make mashed potatoes, and so much more. So why not add potatoes to your breakfast? Sweet potatoes have been hailed as a superfood lately because of their high source of vitamin A and vitamin C and for their dietary fiber. For this week’s Monday Eats, we’re mixing sweet potatoes with omelettes for a new take on breakfast.

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Something sweet from the White House: Sweet Potato Cheesecake

Something sweet from the White House: Sweet Potato Cheesecake

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Adrian Miller, an alum of Stanford University and Georgetown University Law School, and the author of “The President’s Kitchen Cabinet: The Story of African-Americans Who Have Fed Our First Families, from the Washingtons to the Obamas,” will speak in Providence this week.

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Hearty Sweet Potato-and-Kale Soup

Hearty Sweet Potato-and-Kale Soup

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Sweet potatoes contain loads of vitamin A, C and some calcium, potassium, and iron. One medium-size potato also has 4 grams of dietary fiber and contains no fat. Each serving of kale provides vitamin C, double the recommended daily amount of vitamin A, and approximately seven times more vitamin K than the minimum recommendation. Kale also provides minerals and unsaturated fats.

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Recipe: Sweet Potato Dumplings

Recipe: Sweet Potato Dumplings

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If you are looking for a tasty side dish, these sweet potato dumplings are a great addition to any meal. This entire process can be contained on a sheet pan measuring roughly 18 inches by 12 inches, which can be found in every restaurant supply store for about $5. A plastic bowl scraper, used to cut the dumplings, is an investment of less than $1.

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Celebrating black heritage cuisine that helps honor the past

Celebrating black heritage cuisine that helps honor the past

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Heritage food speaks of place and time, of foods that connect us to our past, even as we cook and nurture our families our futures. “All across America, heritage food is experiencing a renaissance,” writes chef J.J. Johnson in his new cookbook with Alexander Smalls and Veronica Chambers, “Between Harlem and Heaven.”

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Make a sweet Valentine’s breakfast with these potato pancakes

Make a sweet Valentine’s breakfast with these potato pancakes

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0 “Fresh: Simple, Delicious Recipes to Make You Feel Energized!” by Donal Skehan.

Americans aren’t the only individuals who cherish potatoes for breakfast. Hashbrowns are on the menu at pretty much every cafe in the nation, however in Switzerland, you’ll discover a similarly dearest potato dish called rosti, which is more similar to a potato hotcake and is currently on early lunch menus around the globe, incorporating Bonhomie in Austin.

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Upgrade your go-to breakfast scramble with this sweet potato and avocado recipe

Upgrade your go-to breakfast scramble with this sweet potato and avocado recipe

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What’s not to love about bowl food? You can eat it with one hand and text with the other—and the dishes are practically done as soon as the meal is over. Plus, there are endless options for mixing and matching protein and produce.

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