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Old 11-29-2007, 10:02 PM   #51
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Rec: Apple-stuffed French Toast With Cider Syrup

I just posted this for someone at another forum, and she loved it. It's from Fine Cooking magazine.

From Fine Cooking 36, pp. 40
Apple-Stuffed French Toast with Cider Syrup - Fine Cooking
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Old 11-30-2007, 01:32 AM   #52
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In a word..No! But related...


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I like the comparison in that link for instant grits comparing it to wallpaper paste in both "taste and texture"! Can't wait to try it!!!
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I like the comparison in that link for instant grits comparing it to wallpaper paste in both "taste and texture"! Can't wait to try it!!!
Real grits are GREAT - those little packets of instant are another thing. A nice bowl of grits with cheese melted in it and a soft-boiled or poached egg right on top is the PERFECT breakfast
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Real grits are GREAT - those little packets of instant are another thing. A nice bowl of grits with cheese melted in it and a soft-boiled or poached egg right on top is the PERFECT breakfast
so so so right...
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Old 11-30-2007, 06:34 AM   #55
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Real grits are GREAT - those little packets of instant are another thing. A nice bowl of grits with cheese melted in it and a soft-boiled or poached egg right on top is the PERFECT breakfast
Make my order (of real grits) with two fried on top! Oh!!! and with Red-Eye gravy too!!!
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Old 11-30-2007, 04:59 PM   #56
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Everyone likes pancakes - how about pancakes with a twist like pumpkin or gingerbread? Make some really good bacon/sausage/ham with it and it would be easy and delicious. To me there is nothing better for breakfast than a stack of pancakes, a side of grilled ham, and a cup of steaming coffee.
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[QUOTEand a cup of steaming coffee.][/QUOTE]

I'm partial to Champagne Christmas morning, but your breakfast sounds great!
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Old 11-30-2007, 05:02 PM   #58
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I'm partial to Champagne Christmas morning, but your breakfast sounds great!
Well as a typical breakfast I am speaking of. But a mimosa or champagne is always welcome!
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Ok, I am a northerner and never had grits till I was probably 20, we went to Florida, Mom ordered grits - I tasted them - to me they tasted like cream of wheat without sugar. Mom loved them, sorry I couldn't agree. Wish I did !
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Everyone likes pancakes - how about pancakes with a twist like pumpkin or gingerbread? Make some really good bacon/sausage/ham with it and it would be easy and delicious. To me there is nothing better for breakfast than a stack of pancakes, a side of grilled ham, and a cup of steaming coffee.
I tried making gingerbread pancakes and they tasted like regular pancakes.
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