Since I discovered a decent canned version of Hollandaise sauce, I have been making Eggs Benedict at least once a week. While I love the version that is sold in most restaurants, I am constantly tinkering with the recipe. Today, my wife Jan wanted pancakes for breakfast, but I wanted eggs Benedict—and a new variation was born.
Tag Archives: pancakes
Karl’s Country Eggs Benedict
Filed under Breakfast, California Fusion
Karl’s Blueberry Pancakes for Burning Man
I recently learned how to make pancakes from scratch. When Jan decided to go to Burning Man this was an obvious choice for one of their meals. There was how ever a hitch, out in the middle of the desert there would be little refrigeration available—which kind of knocks out using fresh milk and eggs.
Filed under Breakfast, California Fusion, Main Dishes
Karl’s Orange Infused Pancakes
Adapted from a Martha Stewart recipe
Note: I have been so busy with the holidays and posting big festival meals that some little gems have gone begging.
As much as I like to cook, breakfasts have not been a high priority for me. My secret sin is that my morning pancakes have always come from a box. Two months ago, my family woke up wanting pancakes and my cupboard was bare. Time to learn how to make them from scratch—“To the bat-internet!”
Filed under Breakfast, California Fusion, Side Dishes