Warm and inviting. This pancake has been a family favorite for decades. Given to me by a college roommate, It has been the center attraction at many family breakfasts and brunches. It makes 2 generous or 4 petite servings.
In June of 2016, I was asked to teach a class on storing and using whole wheat. There were many who were unable to attend, and requested the handouts that I provided. The requests for the info have continued – and thus this post. I have also included links to the recipes for that [Continue Reading …]
It’s no secret that I love breakfast. I love it so much that I could eat it any hour of the day – or all day, for that matter…. So, when I came up with this recipe for sourdough crepes, it was a double whammy! A delicious crepe – and a use for the sourdough [Continue Reading …]
No need to refrigerate this batter overnight. Light, spongy, everything you want in a crepe – plus -it is a great way to use up that unfed sourdough starter!
Waffles. I am not talking about the tasteless little disks that come from the freezer section at the grocery store. These waffles are so delicious and light, I bet you can’t eat just one! They are perfect for a weekend breakfast, brunch, or supper. Served with butter and warmed maple syrup or fruit and whipped [Continue Reading …]