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Saturday, March 5, 2011

Brunch + Buttermilk = Yum

Brunch is pretty much my favorite meal. Usually Henry is sleeping, which lessens the pressure of 2 kiddos running around while getting food on the table. Plus I went through a major sausage phase so we signed up for the "breakfast share" in our CSA and have more pork products than we'll eat in a year.

Today's menu:
Spinach parmesan frittata
Sausages links
And my favorite biscuits from Ms. Ina - Buttermilk Cheddar Biscuits

I was going to take a photo but we ate them too fast. So here's a glimpse of them found online. 

This indulges my latest favorite ingredient - buttermilk. After I made Ina's yummy biscuits the first time, I was determined to not let the leftover buttermilk go to waste. First thought, pancakes. Having always relied on Bisquick, I realized the homemade version with this magic ingredient is pretty incredible.

I tried this recipe first which is pretty much the same as Martha's. Buttermilk is also a key ingredient in the Paltrow version, but I'm not ready to talk about that yet. (sigh)

And I had just enough left to make this pie which was out of this world yummy.

Any other buttermilk recipes I should try? What are your favorite secret kitchen ingredients?

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At March 7, 2011 at 10:03 PM , Blogger Susanna said...

Yes, I was there and the frittata and biscuits were fantastic! Steph is a really good cook, who knew she had so many talents??

At March 8, 2011 at 8:33 PM , Anonymous Karen said...

Your secret is time you're home, you get to do breakfast...(or brunch!) Bring on the pancakes, biscuits, and fritata!

At March 9, 2011 at 10:53 AM , Blogger The Carlson's said...

Buttermilk is an ingredient that I usually never bought. Now, I am never without it in my fridge. Just made buttermilk banana bread that is fabulous. I have followed a blog called She has some terrific recipes. I've made quite a few. Another book you might like which is my all time favorite is called Goodness Gracious by Roxie Kelley. LOVE that cookbook.
Love the blog- check it all the time.


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