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Monthly Archives: October 2011

Keeping my coffee hot…

I like my coffee hot. Not mostly hot, or a little bit hot, or fairly hot. Steaming, piping, right-from-the-pot hot.

Recipe for Annette’s Wedding Breakfast

Chapelure is just French for ‘bread crumbs’. To the best of my knowledge, nobody else calls their oven-baked French toast ‘bread crumbs’, so if you’re offered chapelure anyplace besides Timberwolf Creek… well… you might want to get more information!

Blueberry Scones for Larry

Larry’s recipe for blueberry scones: “Take one part Red head, add sad puppy eyes and viola! Scones appear!” Well.  Ok.  It works for Larry, anyway.

October’s Bright Blue Weather

When springs run low, and on the brooks,
In idle golden freighting,
Bright leaves sink noiseless in the hush
Of woods, for winter waiting

Breakfast fit for Dr. Seuss

So, we have this really wonderful breakfast.  It’s delicious.  You start with a giant muffin tin, and line each ‘cup’ with thin slices of Black Forest ham.  Then you want to melt a little butter in a saucepan and add cooked spinach (well-drained), cream cheese, and some good parmesan, plus a dash of nutmeg.  Once […]

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