Posts Tagged ‘Breakfast’

For an out of this world breakfast that will captivate your friends and family’s taste buds try this out. Use your favorite French Toast recipe, top off with mixed berries, and add some whip cream. Super easy and patriotically colorful! After eating this, you will be singing America, The Beautiful.

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One of my many favorites, and some of the best things in the world to eat are pancakes with fresh Maple syrup, and blackberries. They are also great to photograph. Here is a macro photo of some delicious pancakes I made for breakfast.

Pancakes with Blackberries

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Vegetable Omelet

Posted: May 5, 2013 in Food
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My beautiful vegetable omelet with toast.

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When it comes to Jewish food or N.Y. Style Deli, the only place in Houston I recommend is Kenny and Ziggy’s. You have two options, come really hungry, or take home left-overs for another day. The portions are huge and bursting with flavor! My personal favorites are Lox and Bagels, Corned Beef Hash, Cabbage Rolls, Chicken Matzo Soup, on any of the lovely sandwiches, especially the triple decker pictured below. If you still have room to eat after a great meal, you can try the foot long, about four inch wide, chocolate eclair. Let’s not forget the ten inch tall apple pie either. The deserts are magnificent. For more information check out their website at http://www.kennyandziggys.com/

Corned Beef Hash

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Triple Decker Sandwich with Corned Beef, Pastrami, and Turkey

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Chicken Matzo Ball Soup

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Stuffed Cabbage

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This morning I awoke and said,”No cereal or oatmeal today.” I broke out some scrapple, a box of grits, and some eggs. Grits are well-known in the Southern part of the United States. Grits are coarsely ground hominy that is cooked.  Scrapple is a Northern Pennsylvania Dutch dish that is typically made of hog scraps, and other trimmings, which are boiled with any bones attached, to make a broth. The bones and fat are discarded, the meat is reserved, and cornmeal is boiled in the broth to make a mush. You fry this mush for a fantastic tasting meal or side dish. Eggs are international, and one of the most completely made foods on the planet.

So here is a North South Breakfast.

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