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    Spring Forward

    Sauté up fresh spinach with lots of garlic and olive oil until wilted. Pile on Multigrain Flax and top with grated Parmesan cheese.

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    Early Fall Gazpacho

    This is a classic gazpacho: Silky, spicy, laden with tomato. We drink this one in a glass, standing around the kitchen (sometimes a touch of vodka added) or sit down to a bowlful. Either way, you’ll want Firehook crackers on hand — try Hummus Crunch, Multigrain Flax or Za’atar to compliment this soup. Make this recipe, adapted from classic Spanish versions, with golden yellow or good ol’ beefsteak tomatoes.  Serves 4-6.

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    Tomato-Season Salute

    When fresh tomatoes are at their very best, try this: Dip Za’atar Crackers in thick Greek yogurt, top with fresh sliced tomato and chopped black olives. Delicious and easy way to enjoy the best of tomato season!

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    Chile Cracker Cooler

    Take Firehook Hatch Chile Crackers and dip them into soft goat cheese (Trader Joe’s makes a good one). The heat of the crackers plays off the cool creaminess of the goat cheese. Open a Jack’s Hard Cider and you have a perfect Friday night!

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    Sea-Salt Cracker Pizza

    An avid fan sent in this quick cracker-pizza recipe.

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    Labneh with Fresh Herbs and Olive Oil

    At its simplest, labneh is just yogurt strained to lose most of its whey, or liquid.

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    Tomato Soup

    This is a smooth, classic version that everyone in the family can eat. Room temperature or hot, it’s the perfect partner for Firehook Sea Salt or Hummus Crunch crackers. Adapted from our friends at Loulies.

    Serves 6

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    Color Me Hungry

    Contrast the orangy-gold hue of a Sweet Potato & Chive cracker with a spread of soft cheese like chevre or Boursin—colors that will pop in your mouth!

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    Double Delicious

    The dip is already inside our Hummus Crunch cracker…double the flavor with a light topping of olive tapenade.

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    Yin and Yang

    Reach for Multigrain Flax crackers when you can’t decide sweet or savory: You can pair them with cheddar or smoked Gouda cheeses, or go sweet with a schmear of peanut butter and jelly on top.