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August 31, 2007

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Raaga

Lovely round up Glenna. By the way, my recipe is for muffins and not biscuits... I know the picture can be so misleading!!

I had loads of stuff to try now :-) Thanks for hosting!

Cynthia

A round-up that's been bookmarked when in search of breakfast and brunch ideas.

candy

wow, lots of new stuff i NEED to try! thanks glenna!

bee

thank you, glenna, for this great effort. all the entries are unique and wonderful.

bazu

Wow- thanks for this round-up, Glenna! So many things I love (miso soup, smoothies), and SO many more to try. I'm bookmarking this post!

Nupur

Beautiful round-up, Glenna. Thank you so much!

Katiez

OMG, what a beautiful breakfasts! Makes my poor juice and bran flakes look pretty pathetic... I'm just not very 'with it' mornings...but these could inspire me!

Tanna

Wow, wonderful breakfasts! Several are just crying to find their way to my table.

Lin

You do NOT want to see what I ate for breakfast. I'm STILL sick, so I couldn't stand up very long, and I made whatever I could grab quickly and throw in the micro before I sat down with my head between my legs.

How about low-sugar cinnamon spice instant oatmeal mixed with plain instant grits?

Pitiful, I know. But after 48 hours with only 4 cookies and a Mt.Dew, I needed something.

sher

Great Round-up! Wonderful!


Sher

Madhuli

That's such a wonderful roundup. Thank you Glanna. I am bookmarking this page! :)

Madhuli

sorry that's Glenna :)

Glenna

Thanks, everyon, for enjoying the round up. There are so many great new meals to try. I don't know about you guys but I don't know where to begin!

Lin--hang in there!

Chris

Yum! I really do need to get better at eating more than a banana for breakfast! These are going to help direct me - that's for sure!

Glenna

Chris--me too. It inspires me!

nandita

That was a great round up Glenna...people have come up with inspiring stuff!

piealamona

I love your blog! You have a great voice with amazing food. I would love to have a go at the "round ups". Do you allow more people to participate? Thanks!

Swapna

That is such a nice and neat round-up. Great work, Glenna!

Susan from Food Blogga

Thanks for the delicious round up. It's quite inspiring!

Glenna

Mona--Thank you. You're very ki nd.

Swapna--Glad you enjoyed it!

Susan--Thanks! I was inspired too. So many great dishes.

Asha

Very nice round up, great collection of breakfast here:))

Glenna

Asha--Thank you for being a part of it!

sona

hi , I am new here, but just cant resist saying.."Gosh!, they all look sooo great...!!I especially love the twisted shape of your saffron bun!!!

Glenna

Thank you, Sona!

Guido da Cook

You omitted the Mexican baked eggs!. :-( Sorry - I don't have a photo.

Ingredients:

• 8 Eggs
• 8 Oz Sour Cream
• 2 4 Ounce Cans chopped green chilies (mild or hot)
• 1 Cup shredded Monterrey or Colby cheese
• 1 1/2 cups diced 1/4" diced ham
• 2 TBS Butter
• 4 Gratin dishes

Instructions:

Butter each gratin dish. Layer the bottoms with diced ham, then chilies, 2-3 dollops of sour cream, and some shredded Jack. Crack 2-eggs for each dish, and pour over sour cream. Continue building layers until everything is used, then spread the remaining shredded Jack cheese on top. Cover each gratin dish with foil, and bake at 350F. for approximately 15-minutes. Remove foil, and bake for another 10 minutes at 350F.

These can be assembled a day ahead of time and refrigerated. If they are assembled a day ahead of time and refrigerated, the eggs may take a little longer to fully cook.

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