New Twists on Breakfast Classics ~ A Little Birdie Told Me... No. 37

Sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.
--Lewis Carroll

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Breakfast has certainly come a long way since the first recorded use of the word in England back in 1463. When you think of breakfast, do you think of pancakes and waffles, eggs and bacon, or a "Venti" nonfat soy latte on the go? If you were a peasant back in the Middle Ages, your morning meal might have involved an oatcake or bowl of porridge, washed down by a tankard of ale.  

I'm pleased to be sharing, by way of last week's party participants, three delicious and delightful breakfasts. Pull up a chair and your tankard of ale, but please check your bowl of porridge at the door.


from Beyond the Peel

from The Kitchen Cookie

Homemade English Muffins
(dairy and egg free)
From Homegrown Beanes

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