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Foods to Take to the Tent

So, how was everyone’s Yom Kippur? Sucky? Mine, too.

Let’s put that sad Saturday of food deprivation behind us and move on: We’ve got tents to put up.

Sukkot, which begins on Thursday, is both a historical and agricultural festival and you’re supposed to eat a lot of stuff stuffed with other stuff to symbolize a bountiful harvest. Here are some great-sounding “stuffed” recipes I’ve rounded up that highlight late summer/early fall seasonal fare:

Pumpkin Soup Served in Individual Roasted Pumpkins

Stuffed Bell Peppers

Apple, Currant, and Caraway Stuffed Chicken Breasts

Lebanese Stuffed Zucchini

Stuffed Tomatoes with Grilled Corn Salad

Goat Cheese-Stuffed Baked Apples

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