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I was tidying the kitchen yesterday, when I came across a recipe card from Joe’s Aunt Jean. Guests were asked to share a recipe with me at my bridal shower, and over the years I’ve made almost all of them. … Continue reading
A healthy breakfast for the new year – she said as she pulled a batch of muffins out of the oven…
I had some apples leftover from Christmas baking, and thought it would be nice to make a little something sweet to go with coffee at breakfast on New Year’s Day. Braided breads are relatively easy to put together, and you … Continue reading
If making home fries in the morning seems daunting, you can make them ahead of time and reheat while you’re frying the eggs! I made a double batch that I served with steak, then reheated the leftovers for brunch the … Continue reading
I’ve been making brunch lately, and these are the lightest, most delicious pancakes ever! The fellas love them with hash browns. And no, there is no substitute for the buttermilk – so throw on your coat, go to the store … Continue reading
What’s great about this bread is it’s not too sweet. It’s the perfect bread for breakfast, plain or with a swipe of cream cheese or peanut butter on top. Skip the pumpkin spiced latte, and make this instead!
Now that mornings are dark, and cold and it’s tough to get out of bed – there’s nothing like a muffin with oats, pears, and chocolate chips to ease the transition.
Eightieth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
The problem with most pancake recipes is that they typically call for a cup or two of buttermilk. And let’s face it, unless you’re planning ahead to make pancakes – no one just happens to have buttermilk in the fridge. This … Continue reading