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Favorite Crackers

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I like chicken in a biscuit crackers.  I have used them for a few different recipes that I have and it really makes the dishes mouthwatering.

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I'm with janeer, I absolutely adore Lesley Stowe's Raincoast Crisps! If you're unfamiliar with them, here's a link:

 

http://www.lesleystowe.com/#/the-crisps/

 

I made a version of these once with a friend and they were delicious. A lot of ingredients and quite a bit of work, though. And now I can't find the recipe we used, but I see there are others online.  


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Must have cracker: La Panzanella Croccantini.

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If I was big on cracker snacking croccantini would get pricey.

 

Ditto & ditto.  I like the Rosemary one too, the Black Pepper slightly less; but the Plain one is best.

So - I usually get the house brand (Fresh Market) of whole-grain seeded Lavash crackers.

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