Slow-Cooker Breakfast Baked Beans

Maple and coffee flavoured Slow-Cooker Breakfast Baked Beans full of Canadian Bacon and breakfast sausage from foodiewithfamily.com

My 13 year old son is like a little old British man trapped in an American teenager’s body when it comes to food. He cannot get enough of beans on toast for breakfast. My grandpa always loved baked bean and toast sandwiches and I share that love. I’m no food snob, but I can’t get…

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Spicy Bacon Cheddar Zucchini Breakfast Muffins

Spicy Bacon Cheddar Zucchini Breakfast Muffins from foodiewithfamily.com

Tender, shot through with crispy bacon, heavy on the eggs, moist with scads of shredded zucchini and topped with a generous cap of melted Cheddar cheese, these Spicy Bacon Cheddar Zucchini Muffins bridge the gap a quiche and a muffin.  They’re terrifically easy to make, take advantage of the current glut of zucchini from gardens,…

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Copycat Snooze Spuds Deluxe

Hash browns with egg cheese beef barbacoa bacon green onions

A couple of weeks ago, I got to spend the weekend in Phoenix, Arizona at the home of one of my best buddies (who also happens to be a blogger) with a bunch of great bloggers for a weekend of picking each others’ brains, sharing blogging strategies, and cheesemaking. Having that many food bloggers in…

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Persian Herb Frittata {Kookoo Sabzi}

Plain yogurt garnishing Persian Herb Frittata a.k.a. Kookoo Sabzi from foodiewithfamily.com

Someone recently pointed out to me that I describe a lot of foods as my ‘favourite’. I realized immediately that they were completely right. I had a micro existential crisis. Did this mean that I was fickle? That I really didn’t love any food? Upon reflection about 30 seconds later, I felt better. I concluded…

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Maple Bacon Biscuit Bake

Tender buttermilk biscuits on maple brown sugar bacon caramel with pecans from foodiewithfamily.com

There are some foods that you have to promise yourself you won’t make often because they are so good, so rich, so indulgent, and so tantalizing that you would be in major trouble if you ate them with any frequency. Maple Bacon Biscuit Bake is one of those recipes. Because it is high maple sugaring…

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Candied Jalapenos

Sweet, spicy Candied Jalapeno from foodiewithfamily.com

This post was originally published on May 23rd, 2010. It remains one of the most popular recipes from Foodie with Family. Try it out and find out why. Candied Jalapeños. Ah. There’s a story here. Once upon a time, my friend Katie casually mentioned eating a sandwich made with Candied Jalapeños. She was singing the…

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No-Knead Cinnamon English Muffin Bread

No-Knead Cinnamon English Muffin Bread from foodiewithfamily.com

It’s been years and years that I’ve been making English Muffin Bread for my boys. It’s so ridiculously easy to make I can  make it -and have practically made it- in my sleep. The boys never grow tired of the craggy, full-of-melted-butter-receptacles, perfect-for-toasting bread that requires neither kneading nor major bread making mojo. It’s the…

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Simple French Toast

Simple French Toast Breakfast Stacks from foodiewithfamily.com

I know; Simple French Toast sounds a bit repetitively redundant. There’s a method to my madness, though. French Toast is so easy to church up that people often forget just how magnificent a SIMPLE French Toast can be. Striking the balance between crisp edges and custardy centers isn’t rocket science, but it does require a…

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How to Poach an Egg Perfectly

How to perfectly poach an egg from foodiewithfamily.com

It may seem daunting if you haven’t tried it before, but the truth is once you know How to Poach an Egg Perfectly, brunch is your world to conquer. Poached Egg on toast, on salads, in Eggs Benedict… There are so many possibilities for eating high on the hog once you know how to poach…

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