Browsing All posts tagged under »french toast«

Pomegranate Honey Butter

November 30, 2012

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I failed to take any pictures of this, in the making, or afterwards or before we ate it, and before I left it at my friend’s house, but it was good. Making a flavored butter really couldn’t be easier. The possibilities are pretty much endless. If you have a food processor, even a teeny prep […]

best homefries

November 8, 2012

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I made homefries, and for the first time ever they didn’t take a million years to cook. They came out magnificently. I never could really understand what the trick was – aside from the times that I made homefries from leftover potatoes that were already boiled. These were just what I needed on a slow […]

french toast with pancetta and grilled peaches

August 26, 2012

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  What do you do when you’re tired, slightly hungover, and can’t seem to make it all the way through your ice coffee without taking a break? Make something to eat. Something that isn’t too hands on. Something you can watch, or not watch and turn down and leave the cooking to join a conversation, […]

simple bananas foster french toast

July 28, 2012

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I watched, as I do many nights, The Triple D (diners, drive-ins, and dives with Guy Fieri) while cooking dinner the other night, and saw him chow down on some delicious looking bananas foster french toast. I wondered if I couldn’t (given i had enough coffee on said morning) try to replicate the breakfast. Over […]

make brunch ahead of time

July 2, 2012

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I’ve taken an extended vacation from cooking over this holiday. Food shopping, mostly in preparation to go away for the weekend- it has ended us with no 1/2&1/2 for coffee and no lunches for work. Epic fail… But what I did do when I did shop and cook, ended up working out well…. Each year […]

buttermilk french toast

April 28, 2012

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Step #1: Wake up. Realize that it’s not as late as you though it was, that’s the channel being displayed on the cable box, not the time. Step two #2: Get downstairs and start the coffee,¬†asap! Step #3: start to warm griddle, put on a few strips of bacon. Homefries take 1/3 of 5lb bag […]