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    Breakfast & Brunch Favorites

    A combination of breakfast and luncheon, brunch is typically served after a morning event or prior to an afternoon one. Here is my collection of top favorite breakfast and brunch recipes to suit just about any occasion.
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    Delicious thick, rich and creamy rice pudding without the fuss of a water bath. Enjoy! For a nice variation I sometimes like to add half a teaspoon of rose water, a couple dashes of ground cardamom, and a slice of fresh lemon that's cooked along with the rice--wonderful! Note: Evaporated milk (diluted with an equal amount of water) makes a lovely substitute for the regular milk or half-and-half cream.

    Recipe #470695

    Whip this lemony delicious dip up in minutes, and serve with your favorite fresh fruit! Only three ingredients are used, plus your favorite fresh fruits (such as strawberries, bananas, grapes, cantaloupe, pineapple, or kiwi)... I've been known to crumble in a meringue cookie or macaron, as well. Top with a dollop of fresh whipped cream and zest, candied ginger or a sprig of mint, as desired-- also fabulous with a drizzle of Limoncello! A delicious "healthier" snack, breakfast or simple dessert -or- serve as an attractive appetizer tray for you and your guests. Enjoy! P.S. I like my lemon curd quite tangy, so I usually add zest for a bit more lemony tang.

    Recipe #454595

    A great tasting family breakfast smoothie that is also good for you; add the rum for an adult version, if you like. You can sub strawberries for the mango and papaya to make strawberry pineapple banana smoothies. Yum.....

    Recipe #381181

    This tropical hot buttered rum sauce is FANTASTIC, if I do say so myself! So good over vanilla ice cream and caramelized sliced bananas! -Or-, drizzle over pancakes, waffles, sliced fruit, puddings, or ice cream. It's good over just about anything--YUM!! Use a good dark rum such as Myers or Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, and don't skip the fresh squeezed lime juice, which makes this sauce pop! I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #380914

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    An historical recipe. Ferry Farm was first American president George Washington's boyhood home, and Ferry Farm Sauce was a specialty of Washington's mother Martha Ball Washington. The sauce was served with rice waffles which were an old Virginia classic that originated during colonial times.

    Recipe #412740

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    My Aunt Florence made the most wonderful waffles! Here is her 'secret' recipe, complete with her notes as follows: "These are the ingredients for one egg, and this amount makes two large square waffles. If you make more batter, and have any left over, you can make up the waffles, bake lightly, and wrap individual portions in waxed paper and put in freezer for future use. When needed, use toaster to heat, quite good." We ate these hot, with butter and warm maple syrup. They would be equally good dusted with powdered sugar and served with fresh strawberries and a cup of hot coffee or tea. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #412739

    Delicious, light as a feather French-style pancakes/crepes! For variation, try adding vanilla, rose water, orange blossom water, finely grated lemon, orange or mandarin rind, sliced bananas, blueberries or any type of liqueur (Anisette or Brandy is particularly French and tasty) to the batter. Fill with my recipe #480674 then roll them up crepe style. Awesome! Or, make the pancakes small and top each pancake with a heaped teaspoon of creme fraiche and a teaspoon of rose petal jam: romantic and lovely! At the table, pass around quartered lemons, powdered sugar, warmed maple syrup or my homemade lavender honey (see recipe #383209), and whipped cream accompanied with bowls of fresh berries and edible fresh flowers such as rose petals or lavender flowers. And, pancakes/ crepes are wonderful drizzled with flavored syrups (especially orange blossom or rose water syrup) with a little lemon juice added. I hope you enjoy! Recipe adapted from "Modern French Classics" by Camille Le Foll.

    Recipe #284735

    This is a superb ham and cheese French bistro sandwich slathered in a delightful Bechamel-Soubise cheese sauce that's spiked with pastis, and baked to golden perfection! For a "Croque Madame" variation, serve with a fried or poached egg on top (the egg resembles a ladies hat). Serve hot, garnished with a thyme sprig and a tart little Cornichon pickle on the side, and a drizzle of my violet mustard recipe #400926. Heavenly! Inspired by the Croque Monsieurs served at the famous Tartine's Bakery & Cafe located in San Francisco, California.

    Recipe #352897

    This is a great breakfast/brunch casserole that is lovely for a Mother's Day brunch, New Year's Day Brunch, or other gathering. Serve with fresh fruit and your favorite beverage. Easily made ahead--just assemble the night before and refrigerate overnight. In the morning just pop into the oven and bake for about 1 hour plus a few minutes more, until hot. From the local paper.

    Recipe #112778

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    A delicious hassle-free breakfast casserole! I love to serve this to my overnight guests, at Easter or anytime. Easily assembled the night before and refrigerated overnight, then popped into the oven in the morning! Some optional add-ins are cubed ham or breakfast sausage, and broccoli or bell peppers. Serve with fresh fruit and coffee or tea, add sides of warm scrambled eggs and toasted bagels with cream-cheese and fresh strawberry preserves, if desired, to round out the meal. Enjoy! Adapted from Southern Living.

    Recipe #147385

    19 Reviews |  By BecR

    Just a quick and easy way to get nice crispy/chewy bacon in the microwave, YUM!! Been making it this way for years, and thought I would share. This method sure beats the spattered grease mess all over the stove top from pan frying, or having to use the oven in the hot summertime. Enjoy! NOTE: Cooking times will vary according to your microwave, the type of bacon, and your desired level of crispness/ chewiness, so feel free to adjust cooking times as necessary.

    Recipe #173076

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Here's a quick and simplified version of my Hearty German Farmer's Breakfast - Bauernfruhstuck recipe #120363, and just as delicious! Uses pre-cut frozen potatoes (I use the Ore Ida brand Potatoes O'Brien), onions, bell peppers, and precooked sausage, ham or bacon. Leftovers (if any) are awesome, and may be eaten either warm or cold. Makes a great breakfast wrap, too. Serve with some fresh fruit and your favorite beverage for a delicious breakfast, lunch or supper.

    Recipe #278230

    Rise and shine! Here's a quick and easy hearty breakfast dish, that serves one or two. Delicious! Use ham or crisp crumbled bacon in place of the breakfast sausage links, if desired. Or make yours a vegetarian frittata. Recipe is easily doubled or tripled, to feed more people.

    Recipe #362071

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Refreshing as the Pacific breeze...enticing as the beach at Waikiki, and you can make it with such ease right in your own kitchen. Here's "Aloha" to you, too. As served at Sheraton's Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii.

    Recipe #427269

    Chic and refreshing! Serve this delightful champagne fruit cup garnished with mint sprigs, lemon balm, or fresh edible flowers such as violets or rose petals. Would be lovely for a garden party or a ladies luncheon. Courtesy 'Famous French Cookery' by Woman's Day.

    Recipe #404998

    A bold and bright traditional Bloody Mary cocktail, with the addition of fresh lovage leaves and a hollow lovage stalk 'straw' for sipping! Tip: If you don't have fresh lovage, celery will do just fine. Be sure to use a top quality tomato or V8 juice, as this is the main 'body' of your drink. Bloody Mary's are traditionally served as a hangover cure, they are also great served as a brunch cocktail or as a before dinner drink to help stimulate the appetite. Cheers!

    Recipe #382319

    Savory and delicious veggie pancakes for breakfast, or anytime! This is my much adapted version of Paula Deen's recipe for Vegetable Pancakes. Here, I've lightly sauteed the veggies in a little butter and oil before adding them to the batter. This results in a very tender pancake, with no raw bits in it. If desired, you can skip this step. Cheese (ricotta or mozzarella) is optional. Recipe makes a lot of pancakes, but no problem as they freeze beautifully--just pop them into the microwave for a minute or two to warm them, and spread with your favorite topping--yum! Great served warm or at room temperature, with a dollop of sour cream. I hope you enjoy these as much as we do!

    Recipe #447664

    A quick and easy breakfast or snack that the whole family will enjoy! This is a favorite of my grandaughter, Chloe. Serve with sliced bananas or a dollop of fruit yogurt, as desired.

    Recipe #450468

    Here's a simply delicious smooth and creamy sesame honey spread for your toast, or for dipping (try pita bread chunks, dates or banana slices). Ingredient quantities are estimates, adjust to your tastes. Inspired by breakfast at Café Shosh (the old one, on Rechov Ha-Palmach) in Jerusalem, where on a single plate you’d get eggs made to order, chopped tomato & cucumber salad, yogurt, toast, jam, and a lovely honeyed tahini spread. From Sweet Amandine. Enjoy! Per Wikipedia: Tahini is an excellent source of copper, manganese and the amino acid methionine, and a source of the healthy fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6. Tahini's relatively high levels of calcium and protein make it a useful addition to vegetarian and vegan diets, as well as to raw food diets when eaten in its unroasted form. Tahini made from raw sesame seeds is lower in fat than tahini made from roasted seeds. Compared to peanut butter, tahini has higher levels of fiber and calcium and lower levels of sugar and saturated fats.

    Recipe #483958

    Hot-smoked salmon is a Northwest specialty, and makes one great brunch dish! Use only hot-smoked salmon or kippered salmon for this dish. It's chunkier and drier than regular smoked salmon, which is cold-smoked and won't be right for this dish. Recipe is from the Heathman Hotel in Portland, Oregon. Serve topped with a poached egg. Or serve as is.

    Recipe #453445

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