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Sunday, December 11, 2016

Old-Timey Sunday Waffles

These waffles are crunchy on the outside and egg-y and moist on the inside. The Angry Chef and I both like ours slathered with thin slices of cold butter and dripping with good, local maple...

Thick Crust Sausage & Cheese Pizza

This is another incidence of me combining homemade bread with pork products. If it happens again, I might just have a problem. I can admit that. While it's not necessarily a fast thing to cook...

Crispy Bacon Buns

At the risk of sounding like a big geek, these are buns that would make a Hobbit proud. They're fragrant with garlic and dotted with crispy chunks of bacon. They're marvelous slathered with a...

Lazy Sunday French Toast

Whether you're planning on having house guests, or your Labor Day festivities unexpectedly last all weekend, this is a great thing to serve for brunch. (Hey, I know at least a few folks with...

Blueberry Cakelettes

This recipe is a happy accident. I was planning on making my Coconut Bomb cookies this afternoon, and realized a little too late that I was out of, well, coconut. I had a container of...

Old-School Diner Pancakes

Put the Bisquick down and walk away. You can do it. These are the kind of pancakes you used to be able to get at roadside diners—or your grandmother's house. They're great in the morning, or...

Bread Braids

Baking bread is one of my favorite things to do. There's something really satisfying about the process—the kneading, the waiting, the watching, the cozy smell in the house when it finally goes into the...

Blueberry Buckle

This is the blueberry buckle I grew up on. According to Epicurious.com, a buckle is a cake where the batter rises above the fruit, buckling it, while it cooks. It's a really quick and simple...