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Pineapple Coconut French Toast

Pineapple Coconut French Toast

This Pineapple Coconut French Toast can do a lot of things for you. First, at a time when you might not have fresh milk on hand, it uses canned coconut milk straight from your pantry. And second, it features some fun tropical flavors that might just let you imagine you’re having that tropical vacation after […]

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strawberry recipes

Favorite Summer Strawberry Recipes

It’s been a great summer for strawberries – and strawberry recipes! We thought we’d cap off strawberry season with a round-up of some of our favorite strawberry recipes. First up – the most recent addition – is these Strawberry Sandos (Japanese Milk Bread Sandwiches). They’re so easy to make! All it takes is a few […]

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anadama bread

Anadama Bread (Cornmeal/Molasses Bread) Recipe

Anadama bread is something of a old-timey New England classic. This tasty cornmeal/molasses bread is a little bit sweet, and has just a little bit of a cornmeal crunch…just enough to make you want to keep coming back for more. (We dare you to eat only one slice of warm, fresh anadama bread.) Why “anadama”? […]

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Herbed Easter Egg Bread

Herbed Easter Egg Bread

Easter season brings so many beautiful natural colors… and yet so many Easter egg breads feature wildly artificial colors. So for something a little bit different, we decided to make an herbed Easter egg bread that features only natural colors. This bread is based on a challah recipe from an old Fleischmann’s yeast cookbook… We’ve […]

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camping

Camping With the Camp & Cabin Cookbook

I love camping and make it a point to do it at least once a month, either with family or friends. Last time I went boondocking I used this crow survival guide to know all it and I met this lovely couple along the way from whom I ended up learning a ton of things. […]

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California Basque Boardinghouse Dinner

A Traditional California Basque Boardinghouse Dinner

The Basque boardinghouse dinner is a hearty, delicious, and boisterous tradition – and it’s a unique piece of California culinary history. Although this family-style public dinner has practically vanished from the Los Angeles area since its heyday in the late 19th century, there’s new interest among culinary historians and Basque food enthusiasts in preserving this […]

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