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Zucchini Bread Recipe

1 Sep

Zucchini bread is one of my all-purpose standbys.  It is so moist and delicious, perfect for when company stops over, and great for holidays to wrap up and give as a wonderful homemade treat.  When making Zucchini Bread I like to use small loaf pans, where this recipe will make 4 loaves at a time.
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Orange Blossom Muffins

4 May

Orange Blossom Muffins are delicious little treats that are perfect for a quick breakfast, or to put out at brunch.  They are easy to make, taking less then an hour start to finish.  Some pastries can be a bit difficult to make, but not Orange Blossom Muffins.  If you have a fear of baking, rest assured these muffins are a snap.
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Quiche Lorraine Recipe

12 Apr

Quiche Lorraine is an awesome dish, with lots of flavor, simple ingredients, and easy preparation.  In French cuisine, a quiche is an oven-baked dish made with eggs and milk or cream in a pastry shell.  What makes a Quiche Lorraine is the addition of cheese and bacon.  And we all know, cheese and bacon makes everything better.  Although I have classified this Quiche Lorraine Recipe as a breakfast, it can also be served as an entree for  lunch, dinner, or an evening snack.
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Monkey Bread Recipe

27 Jan

There is nothing better then to wake up to the smell of fresh baked cinnamon in the morning.  Most people are not going to make fresh baked goods everyday, but for those special Sunday mornings, Monkey Bread is super delicious and easy to make before the rest of the family crawls out of bed.
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Sage and Honey Skillet Cornbread

7 Nov

Sage and Honey Skillet Cornbread is a recipe that I have been making for a while now, it is always a big hit and never lets me down.  Cornbread is a simple dish that is found at holiday tables everywhere, this recipe makes it extraordinary.  Sage adds a subtle herb flavor that works so well with the slight sweetness of the cornmeal and the honey.  Sage and Honey Skillet Cornbread is super moist, and holds together better than any other cornbread I have every had before.
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Pumpkin Waffles

29 Sep

Cooking with foods that are in season is one of the best things you can do.  Not only do vegetables and fruits taste so much better, packed with flavor, but you can get them from local farms.  This helps your local economy and the environment, and provides you with the best tasting food you can ever imagine.  The fall harvest gives us some amazing squash, and pumpkin is one of them.  Pumpkin is extremely versatile, and can be used in many more recipes then just pie.
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Oatmeal Banana Pancakes

10 Jul

Oatmeal Banana Pancakes are a great weekend morning treat.  These are fairly sweet, so you may prefer a fruit topping on them rather than syrup, although good maple syrup is mighty fine on them, too.  Sliced strawberries with a light dusting of confectioners’ sugar is one of our top choices, providing a lovely balance of flavors.
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Savory Cheddar Thyme Biscotti

9 Jul

Savory Cheddar Thyme Biscotti are great to have around for eating with soup, pasta, and even all by themselves.  I love nibbling on biscotti when drinking tea or coffee, and this Cheddar Thyme Biscotti is perfect when your not in the mood for something sweet, but for something savory.
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Pain Perdu Breakfast

13 Jun

French toast is called Pain Perdu, or “lost bread,” because it is made from stale bread.  What makes this Pain Perdu Breakfast different from regular French toast, is that it is a way to reclaim stale bread; hard bread is softened by dipping in a mixture of milk and eggs, then deep fried.  The bread is sliced on a bias and dipped into a mixture of egg, milk, sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla. The slices are pan-fried in butter and traditionally served dusted with powdered sugar and with jam on the side. Alternatively it may be served with syrup.
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Cajun Sausage Bread

9 Jun

Recently, one of The Hungry Wife fans asked about recipe for Sausage Bread.  I instantly thought of this recipe that I have seen in one of my cookbooks.  Now, I have not personally tried this one out, but it sounds great and is on my list of things to make.

I have seen Sausage Bread made a couples ways before: As a loaf, where you roll out pizza dough and place the sausage mixture all down the middle, roll up the sides of the dough and seal it, then bake it; the other way I have seen Sausage Bread is to make it more like individual rolls, which is what I am about to show you.
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