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matzo meal pancake

Bubbe’s Bubula – Recreating my Grandma’s Puffy Matzo Meal Pancake

A super simple but nostalgically wonderful fluffy matzo meal pancake ideal for Passover or any time of the year, made with love by my Bubbe.

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Try these Irish Soda Biscuits as a mini alternative to a loaf of bread and a perfect pair for your St. Patrick's Day Irish Stew

Mini Irish Soda Biscuits with Currants, Caraway, and Thyme

Try these Irish Soda Biscuits as a mini alternative to a loaf of bread and a perfect pairing for your St. Patrick’s Day Irish Stew

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Yogurt Drop Biscuits

Cheesy Yogurt Drop Biscuits with Bacon

Cheesy Yogurt Drop Biscuits with Bacon – a grown up healthier version of a childhood fast food favorite.

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pumpkin pie granola

Pumpkin Pie Granola Sweetened with Date Syrup

Want to eat pumpkin pie for breakfast without guilt? Make Pumpkin Pie Granola sweetened with all natural date syrup. Your yogurt will thank me.

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bread pudding

Challah Bread Pudding with Blueberries and Peaches

Challah Bread Pudding! Great for a relaxing weekend morning – quick to put together and good for using up the bread and fruit you have on hand.

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Pumpkin Pecan Pancakes

Pumpkin Pecan Pancakes and My Late Arrival to Fall

Warm up any Sunday morning with these fragrant fluffy pumpkin pecan pancakes. They are as pretty to look at as they are yummy to eat!

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roasted strawberries

Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins with Roasted Strawberries: Enjoying a California Fall

Despite the leaves turning and visions of pumpkins and turkeys swirling in my head, I baked banana chocolate chip muffins with roasted strawberries. Also included are lots of links and inspiration for your fall cooking.

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Roasted Fruit

Changing Course: Roasted Fruit with Honey, Pomegranate Molasses, and Port

Roasted Fruit – if it’s a good method for vegetables, why not fruit? Inspired by a roasted fig recipe from David Lebovitz, this is versatile, simple, yum!

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