Category Archive: Breakfast

Swirled Cinnamon Bread and Dutch Baby Pancakes for Mothers Day

Before I could make the recipes I’m sharing for cinnamon quick bread and Dutch baby pancakes, I had to wait until my “girls/chickens” laid eggs. They sure were taking their time laying today. But lay they did. Check out the photo of my bounty: blue, green, pink, brown eggs. Good job, girls! With mother’s day …

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Asparagus and Wild mushroom Bread Pudding – Oh Yeah!

Now if this isn’t serendipitous, I don’t know what is. I was weeding the asparagus patch and lamenting that it’s the middle of April and not 1 asparagus has poked through the soil. Ditto for wild morel mushrooms. Well, my neighbor Erin Phillips, who lives across the road, made a batch of asparagus and wild …

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Overnight (Or Not) Cinnamon Coffeecake with Pecans

OVERNIGHT (OR NOT) CINNAMON COFFEE CAKE For Kathy E., who requested this recipe. This can be baked right away, also.  If refrigerated overnight, allow extra baking time. You can also let it sit out to take the chill off for 20 minutes before baking. Either way, when a toothpick inserted in the center comes out …

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Clones of Panera Souffles

For Becky H., who wanted a clone of Panera 4 cheese soufflés. I haven’t tested any recipes yet, but these from the Today show look promising. I’ll let you know how it turns out after I test and tweak the recipe. Meanwhile, try this: PANERA SOUFFLES This recipe from the Today show is for the …

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You asked for the recipe: BonBonerie’s raisin scones

  Part of what I do for you is seek out recipes you’ve asked for. Sometimes they’re heirloom recipes you want to recreate, sometimes they’re recipes I’ve shared which you’ve misplaced. Often, like Cincinnati’s BonBonerie’s famous scones, are treats you’ve enjoyed at restaurants. Sharon Butler, co-owner of this lovely and popular O’Bryonville café, graciously shared …

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Vegan for Everybody – and Secrets to Optimizing a Vegan Diet

I just got this book – oh my gosh – America’s Test Kitchen did it again! The recipes are delicious and doable. I’m already putting the Mushroom Bolognese, Whole Wheat Pancakes (no eggs!)  and Roasted Chili Rubbed Butternut Squash with Ranch Dressing on my to do list for next week. This book has something for …

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Crockpot Breakfast Egg and Sausage Casserole

Crockpot Breakfast Egg and Sausage Casserole No dry mustard? Leave it out. Go lightly when you sprinkle salt and pepper on.  Turn this on before bed and it will be ready to eat Easter morning. I like to thaw the hash browns a bit, but the Eastern Hills reader who shared the original recipe said …

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Easy Goetta Recipe: So Easy & Delicious Goetta

An Easy Goetta Recipe from a Loyal Reader Every year our most popular recipes on AboutEating.com include goetta recipes. Some are complex, but it seems to me that the best goetta recipe is often the most easy goetta recipe – and this is no different. Simple ingredient and an easy goetta recipe to put together …

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Goetta – Heirloom Goetta Recipe

A Reader Asks for Help with an Old Family Goetta Recipe Summary: Goetta is a Cincinnati favorite. Rita steps up to help Terry with an old family Goetta recipe. Dear Rita, Please help me. When my mother was fifteen, her mother taught her how to cook. I can actually remember my grandmother telling us how …

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Blue Ribbon Blueberry Muffins

Blue Ribbon Blueberry Muffins As a judge for the pantry division for both our state fair and county fair, I have certain criteria when it comes to awarding a blue ribbon for muffins. What makes a blueberry muffin a blue ribbon winner? An excellent blueberry muffin should be light – so light that when you …

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