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Pizza Gaina

OK, confession: this is not a Cooking With Josh recipe. I made this one late last night, long after Josh went to bed, so that it would be ready for Easter morning. This one I would call Cooking With Nonna. … Continue reading

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Hayleigh’s Pancakes

Look at them: sitting there on the plate, no syrup, no butter, no nothing. Boring, right? Well, that’s just the way Hayleigh likes her pancakes. If you have been reading this blog for a while, you will already know that … Continue reading

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Chorizo con Huevos

Breakfast for dinner is always a great idea, I say. This dish–chorizo mixed with eggs and fried tortilla strips–I’ve made for dinner far more often than I have for breakfast. When the kids were younger, the everything-mixed-in-one-pan quality of this … Continue reading

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Breakfast for Dessert (or Vice Versa)

Just a quick little post here about kesari. I guess I’m on a bit of an Indian theme lately…. Back in 2005, I spent three weeks touring India. Several times on that journey, I encountered a ridiculously sweet and ridiculously … Continue reading

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Masala Chai

I am the first up in the house on weekday mornings. It took me a while to realize it, but I actually like that half hour or so before anyone else is awake. I’m on auto-pilot to some degree–working out … Continue reading

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Morning Cake

Milk in the batter! Milk in the batter! We bake cake! And nothing’s the matter! Maurice Sendak’s In the Night Kitchen is certainly a strange and wonderful (and for some controversial) children’s book, in which Mickey, awakened at night by … Continue reading

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Rolled-up Pancakes

I am not sure when or why crepes became a standard Sunday morning breakfast in our household–I do know, though, that it was long enough ago that we called them “rolled-up pancakes” for clarity’s sake. Crepes are one of those … Continue reading

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