Huckleberry: Zoe Nathan's Warm, Beautiful, Messy Celebration of Breakfast
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hchambers86 September 15, 2014
A savory dutch baby - it looks impressive but is so full of love, comfort and nutrition. I love nestling half avocados in the batter and filling them with an egg so the dutch baby rises up around them!
kfles September 15, 2014
My husband and I love to make a big skillet of hash for friends. We just use some potato, hopefully some bacon or sausage, plus whatever's in the fridge. That plus fried (and now poached! so proud) eggs to order--always a good answer to that weekend morning headache...
Donna J. September 15, 2014
I love to bake quiche. Served with seasonal fruit salad with a maple syrup/ cinnamon topping.
Susan N. September 15, 2014
It's not a fancy breakfast, but I love making pumpkin chocolate chip bread for friends and family. I make it year round, but I'm glad that it's finally September so it's slightly more acceptable to make pumpkin things without receiving weird looks.
Judy September 15, 2014
Family favorite is buttermilk waffles with fresh berries, whipped cream and of course local maple syrup.
Kallie H. September 15, 2014
This summer I perfected a peach and huckleberry coffeecake to use up the pounds of fresh fruit we always seemed to have around. It's especially lovely with a cup of tea and a boiled egg.
Cheryl September 15, 2014
It's a toss up between huevos racheros and an overnight french toast casserole. Yum!
cookinginvictoria September 15, 2014
We like to make for family & friends multigrain buttermilk waffles flecked with toasted walnuts or pecans, dressed up with either local berries (if in season), a spiced apple or pear compote, or my spiced maple nut butter. Maple syrup is always on the table with lots of crispy bacon, French press coffee, and freshly squeezed fruit juices.
sara_cornelius_ September 15, 2014
I suppose I usually make pancakes for people, and that was my first love, but Creme Brulee French Toast (from epicurious) is way easier since you can prep it the night before and just pop it in the oven, and it's a major crowd pleaser. Serve it with fresh fruit and whipped cream.
Shannon M. September 15, 2014
Cinnamon Buckwheat waffles with homemade apple-ginger syrup. Sometimes I get crazy and put bacon in the waffle.
Yuri September 14, 2014
A simple congee cooked with sweet yams served with spicy pickled mustard greens, pickled radishes, spicy fermented tofu, pork floss, and a tea egg. And if we have some at the moment, Taiwan style sweetened soy milk to drink.
Chrissy September 14, 2014
I love making French Onion Soup inspired quiche, along with a sweet loaf of something with an equally sweet spread, homemade sausage or crispy maple bacon and spiced, brewed coffee. Now I'm hungry...
noisette September 14, 2014
Homemade seeded bread, herbed goat's cheese, smoked salmon, za'atar scrambled eggs and fennel fruit salad. To finish, stuffed dates and a pot of milky tea. The best!
Marcia S. September 14, 2014
A nice baked french toast using thick slices of French bread and fruit, maybe blueberries or peaches!
Sheila L. September 14, 2014
I love waking up with my grandchildren in the house as it gives me the excuse to get out the griddle or waffle iron and make some indulgent pancakes, crepes or waffles. We all get involved and the table is laden with jams and syrups. We laugh a lot and get sticky. It is the best start to my day.
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