Martha Stewart made almost this on the Today Show the other day. I just made it and left it out, covered with a tea towel when I had a yard sale (for my helpers). All that was left was 1 piece....you know the last one no one will take just in case someone else wants it. People raved about it. Simple, easy and easy to handle as you eat it. I encourage you to make it your own. Use common sense here. If your baguette is very large or very small, adjust everything else.
These little beauties are a beautiful color and will keep you full for hours after eating just one serving. I needed to use up extra canned pumpkin and thought I'd give it a try. - I got it out of the Martha Stewart Living magazine
This is great for brunch. Serve with fresh melon & berries.
Recipe courtesy of my GF on the east coast and epicurious.com
This will likely serve more than 6-9, depending on how large you cut the servings. Recipe can easily be halved in an 8x8 baking dish.
Cooking time = bringing to room temperature before cooking & cooking time.
Please note: The first time I made this, I sliced my bread thick and only had room in my baking dish for one layer, then I topped it with the cubed bread. It turned out beautifully. The 2nd time I made this, I had the bakery slice the bread and was able to fit 2 layers in the baking dish.
I also topped the strata with Recipe #496356 and I have to say, that put this recipe over the top! Try it, you'll love it too.
I saw this thing called Bacon Jam being served on one of the episodes of Eat St. on Food Network. So off I went in search of a recipe and found this one by Not Quite Nigella. I did make a slight adjustment.
Seen on facebook; original recipe can be found at http://www.culinary.net/recipes/RecipeDetail.aspx?ID=7833. Sounds like something my grandchildren will like! Make this more savory by adding a bit of minced onion, minced green pepper, or chives to the egg mixture! I plan to try this with some tomato jam! Add a salad and you have lunch, or dinner!
This is great for a holiday breakfast or brunch. It serves 10 and it can be prepared ahead of time and popped in the oven on the day of the event. My Mother serves this when the whole family gets together down at their shore house on holiday weekends. Options: add mushrooms and peppers or the like.
This is another recipe I found in the 1998 Taste of Home Annual Recipes. It was sent in to them by Ann Schenk of Winnett, Montana.She added two teapoons of wheat germ when the dry ingredients were mixed together, but I left it out. And they seemed to come out just fine.This recipe make enough for one, but if you make them just a bit smaller you could get enough for two. And serve eggs and sausage on the side for a much heartier breakfast or even dinner.Serve with margarine and syrup, if desired. Submitted to " ZAAR " on October 28th, 2009
I found this when I was searching for a waffle recipe that would call for a larger quantity of buttermilk than is found in some other recipes I found here. These waffles have a nice twang from the buttermilk. The recipe stated that it makes 12 4-inch Belgian waffles....I got 12 7-8 inch waffles from it. From Gourmet Cookbook.
I do not remember where I got this recipe, but my husband says it tastes just as good as what he had at Denny's. I am just amazed at all of the great reviews on this recipe!! My family loves it, so I thought I would share it here and I'm so glad I did because it seems you all love it just as much!!! Thanks to all of you who have tried it!