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PostStuffington Brunch

Post Stuffington Frittata– In an omelette pan, brown up a little leftover sausage mushroom stuffing in butter. Scramble 4 eggs with milk and pour over the stuffing and cook until set on the bottom. Pop under a low broiler to finish cooking through, brown and crispy on top. Serve with salsa, tabasco, and English muffins with Strawberry jam. Yeah, it’s a bread holiday.

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SuperBowl Omelette

2013 Version for 2. Go Niners!

Chop 1/4 lb. smoked salmon and 1/2 small red onion. Beat 4 eggs with 1/4 cup non-fat plain yogurt or sour cream. In an oval fry pan, melt butter to coat the bottom. Add the onion, lightly brown, then add chopped salmon. I don’t like as much salmon as Dr.Husband, so heavier on one side of the pan than the other. Pour in the beaten eggs and let set on the bottom.

Pop under a low broiler to finish the top until golden brown. Add another dollop of yogurt or sour cream and top with Kaepernick capers.

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A spicy brunch to warm you up on these dank days of June. Just for you. In a small skillet, melt a little butter and crack two farm fresh eggs, or one egg plus one egg white. Break the yolk(s). When set turn over and shred a little cheddar, jack, or your favorite mild cheese. Pop under the broiler until cheese melts. Serve topped with a chunky fresh salsa, or chopped fresh tomato and diced jalapeños. Que picante y sabroso.

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Morning Muffin

This is a pedestrian play on the French morning bun. It’s just for you once a week, when you can’t get to the nearest bakery. Tear an English muffin and place nook-and- cranny-side up on a little pie pan. Put butter on top, then sprinkle cinnamon-sugar mix over the butter. Pop under the broiler until sugar and edges of muffins are browned. If you want to be more authentic, squeeze a little juice of an orange on top, but no need. Yum.