Cilbir, Turkish Yogurt With Poached Eggs

When it comes to breakfast, I’m a savory kinda girl. If it’s spicy, it’s even better. Am if I’m making it at home and it’s easy and delicious then it’s a home run. Enter, Cilbir. Cilbir is a Turkish savory yogurt mixed with crushed garlic, lemon zest, and black pepper. Adorn with chili oil and…

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London Fog White Chocolate Scones

If you’re a barista, you’ve likely made a lot of London Fog Lattes. And if you aren’t lucky enough to be surrounded by steam wands and coffee grounds, it’s a very simple and incredibly delicious drink. It’s frothy milk steamed with vanilla, poured into a warm mug and steeped with Earl Grey tea. This creamy…

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Light, Airy, English Muffins

During the first few weeks of this pandemic, while filtering through a store wiped of its toilet paper, and empty shelves where canned tomatoes and black beans were usually displayed, I wandered down the bread aisle. See, I was low on English Muffins, my go-to morning breakfast because speaking my truth, I’m not giant on…

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Brunch for Two; Shakshuka (Eggs in Hell)

Weekends are looking a little different these days. We, Max, Cora, and I, are currently hunkered down in our home. The sun is shining, the weather is sweet, and while we’d rather be moving our dancing feet, we’ve decided to keep true to the call of social distancing and will be staying put. Brunch is…

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The Day After Breakfast Strata

Author: Oona Sapunor-Pfaff The holidays are one of my most favorite times of the year, but they can be EXHAUSTING! Don’t worry about stressing out over what to serve your guests for breakfast because we have you covered!  We have tested and added our own little twist to this delicious New York Times Magazine recipe for…

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Almond Banketstaaf (Danish Puff Pastry)

If you asked me to choose between a bagel and a Danish for breakfast… I’m always gonna go Danish. And when I worked at a Safeway grocery store as an 18 year old freshly without parent’s rules… That’s what I did. It was my first lesson in moderation. After a few pant sizes and acne…

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