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A Rich, Deliciously Satisfying, Collection of Breakfast Recipes By Janet Sue Terry "I grew up with hot buttermilk biscuits, gravy, meat, eggs, fried potatoes, and sometimes fried apples on the breakfast table. We also enjoyed cakes, puddings, and cobblers. Therefore, I have included Kuchen, Coffee Cakes, and Bread Puddings, along with other pastry recipes. . Of course, over the years I acquired a collection of my own favorite recipes, such as breakfast casseroles, pizza, and pies. Those have been included in this book as well. Recently, flavored coffee and creamers have become popular, and I, for one, enjoy them immensely. Therefore, I have included many delicious recipes in this book for various flavored coffee and creamer recipes that you can mix up at home. Many of the recipes in this book are high calorie, high fat recipes. They are a whisper from days gone by. A trip to the past, when breakfast was the most important meal of the day. Back when breakfast was a celebration of life and family. A time to congregate and fortify one another for the hectic, uncertain day that lay ahead. You can control the fat content in your food by substituting ingredients when you cook at home. I have substituted olive oil, which furnishes your body with good cholesterol in some of my recipes, in place of pure lard and butter. You have no such control over the food you eat in restaurants. The following quote sums up my thoughts exactly. If you are going to eat one good meal today, make it breakfast. Enjoy!" A Rich, Deliciously Satisfying, Collection of Breakfast Recipes - includes; gourmet coffee, (international coffee, Christmas coffee, Irish, Viennese, cappuccino, hazelnut caf-au-lait, French vanilla, etc.) creamers, hot chocolate (French, Mayan, Mexican, etc.), and tea (apricot mint, orange, lemon almond, etc.) recipes. Fruit drinks, cider, and smoothie recipes. Soft drinks, (including root beer, ginger ale, and a cocoa cola clone recipe) soda drinks, and punch recipes. Quick fruit breads (banana nut bread, cherry bread, pumpkin bread, apple bread, etc.), muffins, and French toast recipes. Fruit bread and mixes in a canning jar (banana nut bread, gingerbread, zucchini bread, etc.)recipes. Jelly, (mint, currant, apple, grape, cherry, etc.)jam, preserves, marmalades, and syrup recipes. Pancake (blueberry, cranberry, buttermilk, etc.), crepes, and waffle (Kentucky gingerbread, buttermilk, etc.), recipes. Doughnuts (yeast, cake, filled, etc.), rolls (cinnamon, sticky buns, orange swirl, etc.), strudel, and Danish recipes. Coffee cakes, streusel, berry cakes, breakfast cobblers, kuchen, and crumb cakes recipes. Scone and bannock recipes. Oatmeal, rice, grits, and granola recipes. Southern gravy (red eye, sausage gravy, etc.)and biscuit (buttermilk, cheese, raisins, etc.) Breakfast meats (ham, bacon, pork chops, fried chicken, fried squirrel, fried rabbit, sausage, ham, etc.) recipes. Breakfast side dishes (fried green tomatoes, hash browns, fried squash, fried apples, fried corn, etc.) recipes. Bread pudding (cranberry, bread pudding with fruits and whisky or run sauces, chocolate bread pudding, etc.)recipes. Egg recipes, including; omelets, casseroles, frittatas, enchiladas, pizzas, pies, quesadillas, burritos, stir-fry, strata, popovers, and quiches. This is a very comprehensive book on many great breakfast recipes. This recipe book also contains, a brief history on some foods. Cooking tips including; Making yeast breads. Canning homemade jellies, jams, marmalades, preserves, and conserves. Designing and giving gift baskets filled with homemade items such as gourmet coffee mixes, homemade jelly, jam, marmalade, preserves, syrup, and .fruit breads baked in jar that will last a good 12 months in the freezer.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.9" Width: 6.8" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2005
Publisher Just My Best Book Publishing Company
ISBN 1932586431 ISBN13 9781932586435
Reviews - What do customers think about A Rich, Deliciously Satisfying Collection of Breakfast Recipes?
Everything anyone could ever want within the pages of a single and specialized cookbook Jul 11, 2006
Nicely embellished with occasional black-and-white drawings, Breakfast Recipes is compiled by Janet Sue Terry and showcases a cornucopia of delicious, appetizing collection of dishes that would make any breakfast truly live up to its reputation as "the most important meal of the day". Beginning with practical advice on the use of sugar vs. artificial sweeteners, apple cider vinegar, baking powder vs. baking soda, and how to significantly reduce your grocery bill when it comes to making breakfast, Breakfast Recipes goes on to whole sections devoted to various drinks from coffee, cocoa, and hot chocolate, to tea, fruit drinks, juices, soft drinks, smoothies and shakes. Baked goods from yeast bread to scones to biscuits, is followed by grits, breakfast meats, bread pudding, and more. There's even an extensive section focusing on the creation of "gift baskets", hot cereals, eggs, pancakes, waffles, french toast, doughnuts, buns, and sweet rolls. Breakfast Recipes also includes such "exotic" fare as crepes, omelets, enchiladas, frittatas, quesadillas, burritos, casseroles, souffles, quiche, and "breakfast pizza". Each thoroughly "kitchen cook friendly" recipe has a clearly laid out list of ingredients and step-by-step preparation and cooking instructions. From ordinary family dining to celebratory breakfast occasions, Breakfast Recipes has everything anyone could ever want within the pages of a single and specialized cookbook.
A Treasure of information Dec 14, 2005
This cookbook is like a breath of fresh air. It isn't for everyone but for those who want simple and informative it is a real collectible. I made the sauage gravy and buttermilk biscuits and they turned out great. The thing I admired the most about this book was that I didn't have to rush out and try to find elusive ingredients. It also gave me multiple recipes for the same dishes with different ingredients such as the breakfast casseroles. There are those that have sausage, bacon, or ham and a variety of cheeses that you can use. I particularly found the articles enlightning. The one of baking soda and vinagar for uses as health remedies and household cleaning aids. Some of these bad reviews are ridiculous and it's apparent some of these people did not even view the book. But as a new cook it means more to me as a reference than many of the others. It's right on my shelf along with Fanny Farmer (my mom gave me) and The joy of cooking ( a gift from my mother in law). These are the kind of books newbies need. See these bad reviews for what they are.
bad book , horrible author Dec 12, 2005
This person likes to promote her own books so much without offering any helpful information. See her reviews.
YUCKO STINKO! Dec 9, 2005
I love cookbooks and own thousands, but this is one of the worst I've ever seen - it seems comprised of everything I loathe in a cookbook. It contains many recipes, but no descriptions of what makes them special (and no descriptions at all). There are often several recipes for the same dish, but nothing to signify what is different about them, which tastes best, etc. The index sucks (very, very vague) - and 99% of the recipes are not listed in either the table of contents or the index, so the only way to find them is to scroll through the entire book. There is a full chapter on kuchen recipes, but the word kuchen isn't anywhere in the index, nor are the recipes. This book was a total waste! I don't even know if the author ever tasted, much less prepared, any of the dishes - and most definitely can't understand why she was allowed to give herself five stars. There are many wonderful breakfast cookbooks, and most (if not all) are available here on this site. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS ONE!
Bake Cakes In A JAR! Nov 20, 2005
I liked many features of this book but especcially the friendly way it was written, personal stories about grandma and her floppy hat, and food history.
For instance I never realized that our founding fathers thought tomatoes were poisonous but grew them in gardens as flowers. Nor did I know that at one time chocolate and coffee were so expensive only the very rich could enjoy it. I loved the flavored coffee, hot chocolate and Tea flavored recipes.
Mostly I like having a cookbook that simplifies cooking and makes it easy for me to understand.
I loved the Bake cakes in a fruit jar section. And it works!
But a warning, if you like a lot of mouth watering photographs, this book doesn't have them. It is illustrated with a mix of B&W illustrations and photographs.
However, if you want a cookbook that will teach you how to make things like baking powder, flour and corn starch from scratch, and prepare a delicious skillet of sausage gravy and buttermilk biscuits, you'll love this book. It was obviously written by a good old country girl. I wouldn't let my copy go for anything.