Category: Breakfast

Recipe Roundup: Breakfast

Throughout the month we'll be rounding up some of our favorite recipes and articles. Our hope is that it will remind you of the treasure trove of content that we've been building up on the site for almost a decade.

Today's roundup is breakfast recipes. Not everyone is a morning person, but when the food awaiting is this delectable, maybe you'll change your ways, at least one or twice.

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Tofu Scramble Breakfast Stack: This just might be a thing

The other day I got up and made tofu scramble. Pretty easy. A little chopping, then sauteing, add some seasoning, add the tofu and turmeric, and there you go, scramble. I made breakfast potatoes too, with onions and peppers. After everything was cooked, I made our plates and we sat down to eat. And then, for some unknown reason, I started putting a little of the scramble on the potato. Mind you there's a little vegan cheese on there, so it's a bit gooey. Then I stuck another potato on top of the scramble, then more scramble, then another potato. And took a bite.

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Quinoa Waffles to Inspire Your Brunch

Quinoa is a super food that has been consumed by the Incan, Mayan and Aztec populations for thousands of years. There are over 150 varieties, but only a few that are fit for human consumption. Originally grown in the Andes, quinoa has made its way up into the US, where I have happily discovered many of its uses. My job at the big resort taught me at least 100 different ways to prepare this nutty, earthy ingredient. What they didn’t teach me about is quinoa flour.

This flour has quickly become a staple in our house. Of course I had to find a suitable waffle recipe.

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Ginger-Spiced Peach Compote

peachesIt is peach season and that song comes to mind by the Presidents of the United States, “millions of peaches, peaches for me.”

But what to do with such abundance? The expression used is “putting up.” In the past this meant cooking, canning, and preserving the summer flavors of peaches, summer squash, and string beans in jars so that when the cold of winter has us bundled up and huddled around the hearth, these flavors can be enjoyed, triggering a sense of warmth and sunshine.

What I have discovered in researching this article is that in the world of canning, there are different ways to preserve fruits. There is making jams, jellies, and preserves. Each process yields different results.

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A Recipe a Day: Tofu Scramble

What I love about Tofu Scramble is it's versatility. This is by no means the be all and end all recipe for this dish. Experiment with the base, and come up with different vegetables and spices to put in it. I like jalapenos and chili powder, so it goes into the one I make here at home, but you can add any thing, really, that you want to, it all depends on your palate.

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