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Pancakes with Syrup and Maybe Some Fruit
Whether your kids want to “help Mommy cook” or they are eager to learn how to make something they love to eat, pancakes are good place to start.

 

Weekday Breakfasts on the Go!

Weekday mornings are hectic, especially when the kids are trying to get out the door at the same time as Mom and Dad. Don't neglect breakfast, no matter how busy everyone is.


 

Breakfast for Mother's Day
It's become something of a tradition in recent decades to treat Mom to breakfast in bed on Mother's Day, a luxury most women welcome, especially when small hands have set the tray and prepared the meal.

 

How to Make Omelets
Nothing beats an omelet for an elegant brunch, an easy lunch, or a quick supper. Fast to make, omelets can be flavored with an assortment of ingredients ranging from ordinary cheese and onions to more exotic wild mushrooms and smoked salmon.

 

Hassle-Free Mornings
For families with school-age kids, mornings can be hectic. When they are too crazy, tempers flare and everyone in the household risks being late for school and work. This does not have to be the norm.

 

Secrets of Scrambled Eggs
Srambled eggs are among the first things most kids learn to make. And what a thrill it is when they master this easy, appealing dish! This is grown-up cooking.

 

A Holiday Breakfast
When you make the effort to prepare a special breakfast during the holidays, your family will thank you. Plan ahead and by the time everyone is up and congregating in the kitchen, all you need to do is pop the strata or the waffles in the oven!

 

For a Friendly Breakfast, Try French Toast!
French toast is a delicious breakfast that is so fast to make, families can eat it on busy weekdays. On weekends, it assumes the mantle of a special meal – and one that kids can make themselves.

 

Raspberries: Summer's Jewels
Say “raspberry” and the word alone can make your mouth water. Wild and cultivated throughout the Northern Hemisphere and parts of the Southern Hemisphere, this luscious sweet-tart fruit is a member of the same botanical family as the blackberry, and like the blackberry, is composed of tiny juice sacs called druplets.

 








 
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