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Orange French Toast

We love to enjoy brunch at home. It’s a no rush, relax and listen to music whilewe prepare something delicious and brewthe coffee kind of morning.I LOVE the smells of breakfast:coffee, pancakes or French toast, and bacon which create the best aromas.   Start by letting your skillet preheat tomedium/medium-low and turn the ovento 350º. It doesn’t take long to getthings going.  Combine the …

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Creamy Chicken Toast – A Recipe and a Reminder

I was watching golf the other day, and the announcer said that great golfers don’t need lessons, they only need reminders, and I immediately thought how well that saying applies to cooking. Well, this creamy chicken toast recipe is both a lesson (aka recipe) and a reminder, and a comforting one at that. We’ll get to the recipe, but first, …

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Fried Cheese Egg Toast – The Breakfast of Champions (In a Rut)

I’m not sure what your usual breakfast routine entails, but chances are you occasionally get bored with it, and crave something completely different, and when that happens, it doesn’t get much more different than this fast, and easy fried cheese egg toast. Be careful though, since afterwards it’s not easy going back to that bowl of oatmeal. While pan-frying cheese …

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Baked Apple Cinnamon French Toast

I love this recipe because it’s easy andI can make it ahead. Then pop it intothe oven in the morning. While it’s baking we can take our morning walk with Sofie the pup and walk back into the house to the smell ofapple cinnamon French toast andcoffee brewing. Is anything better than that on a dreary morning? This recipe makes enough for 3-4 …

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Pumpkin Spice French Toast

Just add a little pumpkin spice mix to your  French Toast batter for a  “welcome to fall” breakfast.  Mix the batter in a pie dish. Don’t have pumpkin spice mix?  Make your own. You’ll be using it a lot this fall,  Pumpkin Spice Mix 2T cinnamon 2 t ground ginger 2 t nutmeg 2 t ground cloves. Combine all ingredients and …

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Baked Pumpkin Cream Cheese French Toast

 Fall? Hello, Fall? Where are you?! Why are you torturing me with 90 degrees still? It’s not very nice when I want to bake all of these yummy fall dishes. So I bake them anyway:)  This casserole will change breakfast for you. Making breakfast before bed and then just popping it in the oven in the morning…YES PLEASE! I’m always …

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Pesto Toast

This is one of my favorite lunches folks! It’s just so hearty, fresh and filling, but doesn’t make you feel gross after eating it. My kind of meal! And really, you can make it your own. Add whatever toppings sound good at the time. I’ve even done a pizza twist to it and added pizza sauce instead of pesto with …

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Creamed Curried Mushrooms on Toast

Mushrooms, even bog-standard supermarket buttons, have a delicate taste, so it may seem illogical to pair them with warm and assertive spices.   But if you use your spices with a light hand, and allow the forest-floor flavours of the mushrooms to shine gently in the background, you will be amazed at how good lightly curried (and very creamy) mushrooms …

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Devilled Mushrooms on Toast, Downton Abbey, and devilish old recipes

With the second series of the smash-hit British costume drama Downton Abbey now showing in the United States, and the first about to start in South Africa, I won’t be at all surprised to see a revival of interest in the dishes so well-loved at Edwardian and Victorian tables. The first series begins with a grand breakfast, the sort that …

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Panettone french toast with mixed berries recipe

Photo: Panettone french toast with mixed berries recipe The Middle Eastern Food Kitchen (The home of delicious Middle Eastern Food Recipes) invites you to try Panettone french toast with mixed berries recipe. Enjoy Christmas breakfast and learn how to make Panettone french toast with mixed berries. If you’ve got leftover panettone, turn it into this delicious dessert or decadent breakfast. …

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