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5-Minute Meal: Fairway Carrot Ginger Soup with Fairway Baguette & Croutons

Simple, so fast, healthy and delicious. Let Fairway do the cooking, so you and your family can simply enjoy this season’s best flavors. While our soup flavors change daily, whether it’s Carrot Ginger, Broccoli Cheddar, Shrimp & Corn Chowder, Butternut Squash & Cranberry, New England Clam Chowder, Maryland Crab, Chicken & Dumpling or Tomato Basil, […]

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Mushroom, Green Bean and Fairway Pappardelle Soup with Gremolata

Hearty Vegetarian Soup: Mushroom, Green Bean & Fairway Pappardelle with Gremolata

As we usher in cooler nights, few dishes satisfy like a bowl of soup. For a hearty option (without the meat), look no further than the mushroom, green bean, and Fairway pappardelle soup. An absolute Fairway favorite, this heart-warming soup combines earthy flavors with green beans and cremini mushrooms, matched with cool mascarpone that adds a […]

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Corn Chowder

Simple Soup: Corn Chowder

Take advantage of the fresh, seasonal corn from Fairway Market in this light, warming chowder with fresh garlic, herbs, tomatoes and red bell peppers. This soup works great for a quick lunch or mid-day snack. Plus, it only takes 15 minutes to prepare! Get your vegetable fix with this fast new family favorite. Corn Chowder Prep […]

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Weekly Dinner Menu with Asparagus Pea Soup & Fairway Croutons

Recipes from Favorite Food Bloggers, Exclusive Fairway Market Products & More! Cooking at home this week just got a whole lot easier with recipes from some of our favorite food bloggers and exclusive Fairway products! Enjoy these recipes this week with your family. MONDAY Crispy Cauliflower Burger By The Cozy Apron Fairway Products to Use: Fairway […]

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Celebrate Fall with Somethin’ Pumpkin at Fairway

Pumpkin season is here in full swing, and we’re surrounded by pumpkins…which is a pretty great place to be. Pumpkin’s deep orange flesh and sweet flavor make it a wonderful food for the fall table. Canned pumpkin is easy to use and always available, but fresh pumpkin is worth the extra prep for real, unique […]

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Behold the Parmesan Rind! Your Secret Weapon

We know you love Parmigiano Reggiano, perhaps the grandest cheese in the world. But what do you do with that rind–and the rind of Grana Padano, and other grating cheeses? They are pretty useless as-is, but we beg you not to toss ‘em. Rinds are unami-bombs, imbuers of intoxicating savor. Most any braise, sauce, soup, […]

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Hearty, Healthy Minestrone Soup with Fall-Off-The-Bone Short Ribs

The hardest part about this vegetable soup is lugging all the ingredients home and then peeling and chopping everything. But it’s worth it, and if you make a big enough batch, you will have increasingly delicious leftovers for a while. And don’t worry too much about the amounts, increase the recipe as you like, this is a very […]

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Tomato Basil Soup with Bread and Salad

Simply Soup

In the midst of winter, soup offers so much more than heat. It’s a highly nutritious low-calorie meal that can fill you up, curb your appetite, and provide critical micronutrients you may not get from anything else in your diet. Soups have likely been around from the earliest days of pot cooking, since it is […]

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