Yummm–how about serving with cooked apple slices with a little cinnamon and sugar sprinkled over…(under the maple syrup…) Gilding the lily…
Truly Scrumptious Sweet Sue…Herbster & I L♥ve Breakfast for Supper…Yum! lol xoxo Poof!♫♥
Me three! Breakfast for supper is the best! My 2 sisters and I always talk [fantasize] about quitting our jobs and following our dream of running a all-day breakfast-only restaurant. With a curiously Susan-like menu and decor… :>)
Wait for my next book and then go for it!
Can’t WAIT for your next book! I salivate in anticipation…. :>)
I am so excited to see your book, “Pancakes.” (I think that’s what it’s going to be called, right?) And am I right in that it will have many breakfasty recipes? Perfect! We entertain a lot on the weekends and I love to make nice breakfasts for our guests or just for my hubby on the weekend. Always looking for new, yummy recipes!
My mom made Apple-Cinnamon Pancakes with lots of tiny little slivers of apples in the batter. Add some cinnamon too, and serve with butter and cinnamon sugar on top. Of course, we always used too much. She would also add little round patties of country sausage to go with it! She was the best cook!
We always celebrated the first snowfall of the season by playing hookie and staying in bed, with a wonderful breakfast, the paper, and old movies found on TV. We watched the snowfall from our large third story bedroom window overlooking the trees and lake. Heaven!
Aren’t you lovely in all your heart conveys……
Every time I forget and am away I see an old remembrance of some of
the things I have enjoyed over the many years. I made your acquaintance
thru my first calendar. It was not long before picked up a few of your books,
my favorite is Autumn and then Christmas. I subsequently looked you up on the
‘net and found all associated with you to tender me with coziness. Thank you S. Branch
That was sweet Iva, thank you back.
WE also played hookie and lazed in bed when we had the FIrst Snowfall. I would put the shades up high wo we could watch the snowflakes and just dream. I honestly never had breakfast in bed unless i had a cold (six kids can do that) but just laying there for an hour with my husband or a child or two and more was wonderful. thanks for this email site ..it is so beautiful and loving. thank you…marainne
Loved that Marianne, thank you!
My husband & I use to love Sunday Mornings in bed with coffee and breakfast treats sharing our reading of a big, thick Sunday newspaper. Walter and Angel (our dog and cat) would lounge about with us. My husband is now in heaven, but my Sunday Mornings are still going strong. It’s a tradition I keep for myself and for him. I love a good Breakfast especially on a Sunday and sometimes I have a breakfast for dinner. It always feels like my Marv is close by. I await your new cookbook!
Oh Susan, breakfast in bed on a Sunday is a real treat! To make it easier the next morning, I often prepare the “Christmas Morning Casserole” – bread, or left over croissants, layer ham and cheese and then eggs whisked together with a little cream and salt and pepper and poured over the bread, ham and cheese to soak up all night in the refrigerator. Wake up in the morning, heat oven and soon it will be ready to enjoy with fresh hot coffee. Yum!
We live near Toronto Ontario Canada, and 35 years ago when we first married, we would get the Sunday New York Times and spend the morning and afternoon relaxing.
I have so many of your books and love the emails and your Blog updates, the pictures of snow in January are wonderful, just like a movie set.
We love breakfast in bed too, total luxury, especially during snowstorm! Nice to hear from you Anne!
my favorite breakfast story….we came from a looong line of loggers in Oregon. when i was four years old we were at a logging camp, high up in the mountains where the water was so clear you could see every pebble in the stream. we stayed in a small cabin and my Grandfather made pancakes that were as big as the plate and we poured log cabin syrup over it. (the kind that came in the tin that looked like a cabin.) i don’t know if it was my young tastebuds but i can’t remember syrup tasting as good as it did then, or my Grandfather’s pancakes. I know your next book will have heavenly recipes and i can’t wait.
There is nothing like breakfast while camping in the high mountains!!
We have been retired for quite a while & once a week we have a “Day Off Rule”. We get up & shower & put on our most comfy clothes & have a leisurely breakfast & just lounge around all day doing NO WORK
we use our computer or iPads, do not turn on the TV. until late in the day.
One of our favorite breakfasts is a nice waffle,( crispy), bacon & our favorite Vanilla Nut Coffee, or sometimes we indulge in my favorite which is Eggs Benedict, with that wonderfully, lemony Hollandaise
sauce. MMGood. For my waffle I use a boxed dry mix & I use club soda in place of the liquid & melted butter
instead of the oil & THAT makes for a wonderful light crispy yummy waffle, top with some whipped cream & berries of any kind, YUM YUM.
I have never seen your book “Pancakes”. Is it called something else??
It’s not out yet, but it’s coming.
Love all your litle notes receipes and everything you put out! Thank you!!
ok I am truly inspired now……..have 3 bags of apples on my kitchen floor……..oh so many delights await….my family will feel so much love when they come in and smell “true love” thank you for so much joy………..it is my blessing……
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