Breakfast buffet
Bed and breakfast guide for food lovers : over 130 choice recipes for morning, noon, and night from the kitchens of inns and b&b's in all fifty states
Pamela Lanier.
Petaluma, Calif. : Lanier Publications, c2010.
Pamlea Lanier paves the way to every food-loving traveler's dream collected vacation! She has the most appetizing B&B's that serve outstanding fares and added delightful recipes to make it an even tastier treat. It is the first of Lanier's B&B Style books that will translate the unique charm of the B&B experience into ways that people can recreate that unforgettable charm at home.
Breakfast in a cookie jar : quick and easy grab and go bars to make your day yummier
Carlene Duda.
Springville, Utah : CFI, c2009.
Includes index.
Stonewall Kitchen breakfast : a collection of great morning meals
by Jonathan King, Jim Stott, & Kathy Gunst ; photographs by Jim Stott.
San Francisco : Chronicle Books, c2009.
Wake up and smell the coffee with this collection of breakfast recipes from the folks at Stonewall Kitchen. Those on the go can grab a Coffee Cake Buttermilk Muffin and head right out the door. For a delicious lazy Sunday afternoon brunch with friends, serve up a Stonewall Bloody for each guest, followed by Open-Face Breakfast Sandwiches with Pequilla Peppers, and Brown Sugar-Glazed Bacon. With helpful hints for poaching eggs, setting up a yogurt bar, and flipping perfect pancakes, this is a must-have for breakfast lovers everywhere!
Back of the box cooking : 500 delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes from America's best-loved brands
edited by Barbara Greenman ; illustrations by Ken Krug.
New York, NY : Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers : Distributed by Workman Pub., c2009.
  1. Includes index.
  2. "The most requested customer favorites"--Cover.
  3. "The most beloved recipes from your favorite food brands!"--Back cover.
  4. Introduction -- Appetizers, sandwiches, and snacks -- Dips, sauces, and dressings -- Breakfast and brunch -- Breads, muffins, and scones -- Soups -- Salads -- Main dishes and casseroles -- Vegetables, pasta, potatoes, and rice -- Kids' favorites -- Fruit desserts -- Cakes and pies, bars, squares, and puddings -- Cookies, ice cream, and candy -- Beverages.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Eating a healthy breakfast helps you maintain a healthy weight and provides you with energy so you don't get that mid-morning slump.

The typical American breakfast usually starts with that hot cup of coffee to get you started. Having a glass of juice can help you get part of the recommended daily allowance of fruits and vegetables. Teas are available in many herbal flavors and milk can quench your thirst or moisten your cereal.

Eggs are served as the main dish and are nutritious and easy to prepare. We prepare them in more ways then anywhere around the world.

Meat is not the main dish as with lunch or dinner. More often it's cured pork in the form of sausages and bacon.

Pancakes and waffles are golden brown, have a tender texture and are topped with sweet flavorful syrup. They have a pastry like quality of a dessert food.

Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper. - Adelle Davis
American nutritionist and author

Cereals are easy to store. Oatmeal is the classic wintertime breakfast that soothes us. Cold cereals can wake and stimulate us with its crunchy noise. Muffins can be baked the day before. Bagels, with a spread, are very convenient to take on the go.

Vegetables are usually used as fillings such as onions, peppers and mushrooms. Use last nights left over potatoes for today's breakfast hash browns.

Wake up sunshine and start your day the right way with a good healthy breakfast.

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Article by: St. Louis Public Library staff