Country Hash
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Country Hash

Hash is one of those dishes that, when properly prepared, is the ultimate breakfast of champions. Too often it’s a greasy, gamey mess of leftovers that puts people off it forever. But this is not the hash you have may tried and found revolting.

Grapefruit Poppyseed Baked Doughnuts
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Grapefruit Poppyseed Baked Doughnuts

To me, the fall is the only excuse you need to make doughnuts, and every year I like to try a different version of a baked doughnut. This one has pink grapefruit (I wish you could smell how fresh and clean the batter smells!) It also has blue poppy seeds, which are produced in Canada and Holland, and though the color is pretty it doesn’t affect the way they taste. And finally, they’re baked instead of fried, dipped lightly in […]

Chocolate Peanut Butter Waffles
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Whole Wheat Chocolate Waffles with Peanut Butter Maple Syrup

If you love chocolate and you love waffles, this is the perfect, decadent, brunch recipe. It would also be a terrific pre-made food on a brunch buffet; you can easily pick it up and eat it (basically using your hands). You can also adjust the amount of milk and eggs in the recipe to suit your taste: if you like a rich, cakey waffle that the syrup soaks into and imbues with the candy bar-like flavors of maple syrup and […]

Kale Zucchini Latkes with Poached Eggs and Chive Yogurt
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Kale Zucchini Latkes with Poached Eggs and Chive Yogurt

My daughter made me try this recipe. Kale-zucchini pancakes? It sounds like some health nut went completely overboard with the kale recipes and lost their way. She found this recipe on the GOOP website – and she was totally right about it. They are delicious, and while there is a little potato in them to bind the veggies together, they have many fewer calories than a potato pancake. Add a poached egg and a little plain yogurt with chopped chives […]