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Breakfast at Home

I am grateful for those days whether a weekend, holiday or vacation when I can leisurely prepare breakfast at home. This discussion group is to share what breakfast recipes we enjoy most. Do you have an elegant meal fit for the Queen or a simple peasant meal idea? Or something simple and quick or perhaps one that needs preparation beginning the evening before? Please share you thoughts with the group. That way we can get out of our routine and enjoy something new for breakfast.

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Latest Activity: Jun 24, 2012

Weekend breakfasts

Yesterday it was fried eggs, canadian bacon and english muffins. Today Cream Chip Beef on Toast. Yes they are better than the eaten-in-hurry bowl of cereal on work days but I ready for something more exciting for weekend breakfasts. Any ideas?

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Asparagus Omelet

Started by Don Crawford Apr 22, 2012. 0 Replies

Check out the Asparagus Omelet recipe. Then post your favorite omelet recipe.Continue

Cornmeal Waffles

Started by Don Crawford. Last reply by Lois Carter Crawford Feb 6, 2012. 1 Reply

This morning I made gluten-free corn meal waffles. Not the best recipe ever. Nice flavor but grainy because the cornmeal wasn't fully incorporated into the mixture. Any ideas on how to make them…Continue

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Comment by Don Crawford on June 24, 2012 at 12:03pm

Green Haven Farm Cheeses makes a tangy garlic and chive soft goat cheese. This morning I spread it on toasted English muffin halves and topped it with poached eggs. Incredible! Check out Green Haven Farm Cheeses here or at the Harrisonburg Farm...

Comment by Don Crawford on February 16, 2012 at 9:02pm

Looking for some variety in your breakfast rotation? Try fried (or if you are feeling elegant sauteed) apples. http://recipeideashop.ning.com/forum/topics/sauteed-apples

Comment by Don Crawford on November 5, 2011 at 2:27pm

I have been reading about Afghanistan in  a book by Edward Girardet who has spent the last 30 years covering the wars in Afghanistan. During the Soviet occupation he made clandestine trips into Afghanistan from Pakistan using Afghan guides. Along the way they would stop in villages or at farms and be fed by the locals. All of the meals included Nan a bread made locally.

Last night I was searching our cook books for a Nan recipe but alas I couldn't find one. But I did find this interesting recipe for Iranian Yoghurt Pancakes. Having only enough yoghurt for a half recipe I plunged ahead and made them for this morning's breakfast.

Check out the recipe here

Comment by Lois Carter Crawford on November 3, 2011 at 9:19am
Don makes such great breakfasts. I especially like his Eggs Benedict! (How about making some, Don?)
 

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