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Green Eggs

Posted by Hallee on Mar 17, 2014 in Breakfast, Holiday fare

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

This morning, my boys asked for green eggs for breakfast. Since we just observed the shared birthday of Dr. Seuss and myself, the whole green egg concept isn’t strange to them.

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Nothing To It Tasty Turkey Breakfast Sausage

Posted by Hallee on Feb 28, 2013 in Breakfast, entrees, Hallee's Galley, Recipes

Even though we don’t eat pork, I love sausage. But, reading the label of the brand of turkey sausage that I used to buy, I realized that they used BHA and BHT in their sausage — two preservatives that I tend to want to avoid. So, I started looking at making my own sausage and discovered that it is surprisingly easy to make — all you need is a pound of ground turkey and some spices that are likely already on hand.

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Easy Whole Wheat Apple Fritters

Posted by Hallee on Feb 1, 2013 in Breads, Breakfast, Desserts, Hallee's Galley, Recipes

I made these for breakfast one Sunday morning, and my kids asked for them all week long. They were incredibly easy to make and tasted amazing.

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Whole Wheat Brown Sugar Apple Crisp with Cinnamon Whipped Cream

Posted by Hallee on Aug 9, 2012 in Breakfast, Desserts, Gardening, Hallee's Galley, Recipes

It’s apple season here at our household, and our apple tree is bursting with fruit. While planning to take a meal to a family at church who just had a baby, I decided to make an apple pie. But, when I inventoried my aluminum pans, I discovered that I’m out of pie plates. Since I try not to take anything that needs to be returned to me (so that the family doesn’t have to keep up with dishes from so many church members bringing food) I decided instead to use a square cake pan and make an apple crisp. This was so good, very simple, and so easy to make.

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Christmas Morning Breakfast

Posted by Hallee on Dec 23, 2011 in Breakfast, Hallee's Galley, Holiday fare, menus & menu planning

As much as I enjoy feeding my family, breakfast on Christmas morning always feels like an afterthought to me. We’ve usually been up for hours, opening presents and sipping on coffee and hot chocolate, when suddenly everyone is hungry and I just don’t feel like cooking or dirtying up dishes.

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Peachy Overnight French Toast

Posted by Hallee on Dec 22, 2011 in Blog Stuff, Breakfast, Hallee's Galley, Recipes

I made this to take to church for breakfast for my Sunday School class. It was really good, and required no syrup for serving. I made it the evening before, popped it into the oven 30 minutes before we had to leave for church, and was able to serve it still warm to my class. I did not take any pictures of the process and I apologize for that. But, the recipe was too good not to share.

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Delightful Pumpkin Coffee Cake

Posted by Hallee on Jul 29, 2011 in Breakfast, Desserts, Hallee's Galley, Recipes

One Sunday morning, getting ready for church, about 50 minutes before we had to leave, I realized suddenly that I had to bring breakfast to Sunday School. In a panic, I did a quick scan of my baking cupboard and spotted a can of pumpkin. My mind was whirling — what could I do? Muffins? No time to fill muffin cups. Cake! I could do a coffee cake. So…here it is. Pumpkin coffee cake. The first time I made it, I had it in the oven no less than seven minutes after deciding what to make. Thankfully, it turned out well and I made it, slower and with pictures, the next morning.

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Southern Cheese Grits

Posted by Hallee on Jun 2, 2011 in American Quisine, Breakfast, Hallee's Galley, Recipes, sides

Grits, for those of you who haven’t spent a good portion of your life below the Mason-Dixon line, is a cornmeal made from hominy. Hominy is hulled corn kernels that have been stripped of their bran and germ. What the American Indians gave the Pilgrims was likely hominy. “Lye hominy” is made when the kernels of corn are soaked in a light lye solution. You can get white grits (made from white corn) or yellow grits (made from yellow corn). The difference between grits and polenta, other than regions of America, is that polenta is made from corn that retains the germ of the grain.

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Perfect Every Time Hard Boiled Egg

Posted by Hallee on May 27, 2011 in Breakfast, Hallee's Galley, kitchen & cooking tips, Recipes

There are as many methods to cook hard boiled eggs as there are people out there telling you how to cook anything. Every cooking show on television has some different trick or quirk about it. I’ll tell you that I’ve tried all of the tips I’ve ever heard, because I’m curious about things like that and want to find “the best way”. But, I always go back to the way my mom taught me, because it works every single time. When I use this method, I always have perfectly cooked hard boiled eggs.

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Turkey Sausage Breakfast Burritos

Posted by Hallee on May 6, 2011 in Breakfast, Hallee's Galley, Recipes

I wanted to make something that could be made in a big batch, then put in the freezer for a quick breakfast, or eaten for breakfast while traveling. This recipe was wonderful. You can adjust it any way you like – change the meat, add different fillings. It’s extremely versatile.

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