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Cheese Biscuits with Aromatic Bay Leaves from The Philosopher’s Kitchen

This recipe comes from The Philosopher’s Kitchen: Recipes from Ancient Greece and Rome for the Modern Cook. Author Francine Segan is part cookbook author, part historian. In this book she offer a bounty of ancient recipes. Some are really ancient, translated from Greek and Roman texts. And some are “newly” ancient, Francine’s inspired contemporary recipes…

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Brian’s Breakfast Biscuit Casserole

  There is nothing better than a fresh biscuit. And nothing worse than a stale one. If there is just one or two of you, it’s unlikely you’ll consume a whole batch of biscuits. What to do with those leftovers? Even the next day, they won’t be as fresh. For Pete’s sake, don’t try to…

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Sour Cream Breakfast Biscuits from One Bowl Baking

Breakfast is that meal we often skip. And if we are not skipping, then too often we are opening up some cardboard container racing to a quick start to a busy day. Suzen and I avoid the cardboard containers, but we do get a cardboard cup each weekday morning from the Starbucks on our block.…

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Easter Dinner Ideas [Or Other Spring and Summer Feasts]

  Yes, I know, Easter was last Sunday. But there will be an Easter again, short of a meteor strike. And there are other times during the spring and summer that you may be celebrating. Here is the menu we had on Sunday. The next few days will see a post with each recipe. Suzen…

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