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English Muffins

I love English muffins but I find making them from a batter to be a real pain. It’s hard to get quality muffin rings here, it’s not easy to make them a consistent size, and it seems to take forever to make them. So, I reworked a Reinhart recipe by significantly upping the liquid and working the dough more like …

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HUNG CURD SANDWICH/ VEGETABLE HUNG CURD SANDWICH

I often make hung curd sandwich both in toffee shape and in simple sandwich form and it’s liked by my kids quite a lot.This time I experimented with hung curd in altogether a different way and it turned out to be really yummy with blasted flavors in mouth. The best part is this sandwich stays fresh and soft for longer …

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Easy Crescent Danishes

I love cheese danishes. One of my favorite things to find at little bakeries. These are a super easy way to make them and they are delicious! They would be wonderful for a midmorning bridal or baby shower or brunch with friends! Danish2 cans crescent rolls (not unrolled)8 oz cream cheese (room temp)1/2 cup white sugar1 tsp lemon juice1/2 tsp …

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Cheddar Bacon Grits Casserole

So this year of blogging has obviously gotten off to a rocky start! At first it was just the busyness of the start of the year. And then I couldn’t get any of my pictures to upload on to the blog. Days and days spent trying to figure it all out. Finally it’s figured out. I have to do a …

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Chocolate Croissants – But Just Barely

I’ll admit to being pretty underwhelmed the first time I had a chocolate croissant, or “pain au chocolat,”as I’d mispronounce it; but eventually I realized the relatively sparse amount of chocolate wasn’t any kind of stinginess, but rather the true secret behind this amazing pastry. Properly done, this should ride that line between sweet pastry and a savory bread, so …

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The Denver Omelet – Denver, Colorado, Not Denver, France

This Denver omelet was one of the first things I learned how to make professionally, during my brief, but exciting career as a short order cook in high school. So, it was a little disconcerting to learn when I arrived at culinary school that everything I had done was totally wrong. According to the chefs teaching me how to make …

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OATS PANCAKE / OATS CHILA

Oats pancake is made with 100% oats. It is very healthy and delicious breakfast option. Though its very easy to prepare, the most tricky part of this recipe is cooking it.  You need to keep few tips in mind while making this, it needs to be cooked on medium flame not on low flame and other thing is to flip …

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Cinnamon Chip Scones

I love scones. I love anything cinnamon flavored. And these little cinnamon chips, while hard to find, are awesome. These scones were the perfect for a snowy Saturday morning. 3 1/4 cups flour1/3 cup sugar plus 2 tbsp for sprinkling2 1/2 tsp baking powder1/2 tsp baking soda1/2 tsp salt3/4 cup cold butter1 cup buttermilk1 package cinnamon chips Heart oven to …

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Pimento Cheese Grits

Pimento Cheese Grits is one of my absolute favorite things to get at one of my absolute favorite restaurants in Mount Pleasant South Carolina. Last time we were home in Columbia, I grabbed some yummy grits from a few different local companies and I have been waiting to use them! These turned out great and even my sometimes picky 10 …

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