Archive of ‘Breakfast’ category

Smoked Salmon Hash

Hello and Happy New Year! It was a beautiful morning when I woke up today.  The sun shone bright and not a cloud could be found in the sky, but the air was cold and crisp.  Last night we spent at home watching the ball drop at New York’s Times Square.  Sounded boring, huh?  We’re […]

Strawberry-Banana Crepe Cake

Strawberry season is officially here! From my parents’ garden, we harvested small but big in taste strawberries.  The plants are still producing quite a big yield every summer, enough for a week’s consumption.  Every day my mom would be in the backyard harvesting the berries.  I have a box of strawberry plants as well in […]

Cornmeal Pancakes

Hello again blog; hello falling leaves.  The last time I spent time writing seemed ages ago; I had my moment of not taking notes.  Frankly, I felt liberated to not have to write posts for the sake of audience.  I can come and go as I please, nobody seems to notice.  Lots of things have […]

Sweet Potato Cinnamon Rolls

One day I went to my parents’ home and they were baking something in the oven.  I smelled some smokiness coming out of it and decided to wait until it was done.  It turned out to be just several sweet potatoes that they were baking.  “Here, have a piece, ” offered my dad.  I was […]

Ham and Cheese Waffles

Let me not forget what my parents ask for the breakfast; yes, waffles as well.  For them I made these ham and cheese, it sure pleased their appetite. Ham and Cheese Waffles Makes 6 to 8 waffles 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon sugar 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 3/4 cups buttermlk […]

Honey-Buttermilk Waffles

In my house, breakfast on Sundays doesn’t start until nine or ten o’clock.  We like to loll around in bed as long as possible, savoring each sleepy moment.  Not wanting to let it flee too quickly.  Then, my son would soon beg me to make him breakfast because he obviously is getting hungry.  Most of […]

Pecan Oatmeal Waffles

It is the night before the Thanksgiving day, and I am sure everyone can’t wait until tomorrow.  Tomorrow is the day to eat turkey, gravy, stuffing, Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, and pies, lots of pies.  I don’t cook turkey for Thanksgiving feast since my husband refuse to eat the bird in no matter what shape it is […]

Flax Seed Bread

Sunday is the day when you’re supposed to take it easy and be relax.  But in reality, it’s most often the day that household chores are done in my household.  My chores were a mile long, barked like a military order:  bake a bread, do laundry, do a quick food photo session, get lunch, help […]

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