Karl’s Cinnamon Currant American Scones

Wife Jan is interviewing job applicants over the next two weeks. The university will only cater groups of 10 and there will only be five for breakfast during the interviews. Jan asked me to cater the sessions—deviled eggs, a baked good, and fruit salad. Today, I decided to go with American scones.

Karl’s Cinnamon Currant American Scones

Karl’s Cinnamon Currant American Scones

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Karl’s Oregano and Parmesan Deviled Eggs

Wife Jan is interviewing job applicants over the next two weeks. The university will only cater groups of 10 and there will only be five for breakfast during the interviews. Jan asked me to cater the sessions—deviled eggs, a baked good, and fruit salad. Today, I decided to go a bit Italian.

Karl’s Oregano and Parmesan Deviled Eggs

Karl’s Oregano and Parmesan Deviled Eggs

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Karl’s Cinnamon Pinwheel Biscuits

Wife Jan is interviewing job applicants over the next two weeks. The university will only cater groups of 10 and there will only be five for breakfast during the interviews. Jan asked me to cater the sessions—deviled eggs, a baked good, and fruit salad. Today, I decided to go with cinnamon pinwheels.

Karl’s Cinnamon Pinwheel Biscuits

Karl’s Cinnamon Pinwheel Biscuits

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Karl’s Basil and Caper Deviled Eggs

Wife Jan is interviewing job applicants over the next two weeks. The university will only cater groups of 10 and there will only be five for breakfast during the interviews. Jan asked me to cater the sessions—deviled eggs, a baked good, and fruit salad. Today, I decided to go a bit Italian.

Karl’s Basil and Caper Deviled Eggs

Karl’s Basil and Caper Deviled Eggs

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Karl’s Thyme and Chive Deviled Eggs

Wife Jan is interviewing job applicants over the next two weeks. The university will only cater groups of 10 and there will only be five for breakfast during the interviews. Jan asked me to cater the sessions—deviled eggs, a baked good, and fruit salad. For today, I decided to make the eggs more French with thyme and chives.

Karl’s Thyme and Chive Deviled Eggs

Karl’s Thyme and Chive Deviled Eggs

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Karl’s Tuscan Chicken Soup without Garlic and Onions

This Sunday’s dinner was a bit of a negotiation. Daughter Miriam has had difficulty with garlic and onions lately. She had thought that it was getting better, but she pushed it too far and paid the price.

Karl’s Tuscan Chicken Soup without Garlic and Onions

Karl’s Tuscan Chicken Soup
without Garlic and Onions

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Karl’s Blueberry Cinnamon Biscuits

Just because you have a perfect biscuit recipe, does not mean you need to stop there. Last week, I thought to add more eggs—and less milk—to the mix and it worked out really well. This morning, I decided to spice things up a bit by adding another egg, blueberries, brown sugar, and spices.

Karl’s Blueberry Cinnamon Biscuits

Karl’s Blueberry Cinnamon Biscuits

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Karl’s Mushroom Leek Soup

Daughter Eilene—who hates mushrooms—was off with her friends. I wanted to make some mushroom soup. Jan had also wanted a leek soup—a creamy soup that is mostly potatoes and leeks.  I thought that I could combine two recipes to make a mushroom-y leek soup.

Karl's Mushroom Leek Soup

Karl’s Mushroom Leek Soup

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Karl’s Egg Biscuits

Bread is mostly flour mixed with a liquid. However, because of the complex chemistry of the starches and gluten in the flour, small changes in handling techniques and additional ingredients can make a big difference in the texture of the final product. I posted an updated recipe for light and flaky biscuits.

Karl’s Egg Biscuits

Karl’s Egg Biscuits

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Karl’s Apple Butter Rice Pudding

Rice pudding has become a comfort dessert in our house. When one of my girls has had a rough day they ask for rice pudding. Over the years, I have made many variations—1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8.

Karl’s Apple Butter Rice Pudding

Karl’s Apple Butter Rice Pudding

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