The Best Breakfast Gear to Buy on Amazon Prime Day

“Alexa, what are your best breakfast kitchen gear deals?” OK, maybe you don’t actually have an Amazon Echo yet and that’s gonna be your Prime Day splurge, so this is the next greatest thing: all the best breakfast kitchen gear deals in one handy list. The way it works is that you’ve got to have an Amazon Prime membership—or sign […]

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The Only Acceptable Candy to Put in Your Breakfast

Halva is a soft candy that’s popular all over the world, with myriad recipe variations and cultural specificities. Lately, I’ve noticed it popping up more and more in breakfast dishes at restaurants in New York City. The halva I’m seeing around town is the nut butter-based version of the candy, popular throughout the Middle East. Made with tahini and sugar, […]

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One of the Best Cinnamon Rolls of 2017 is on a Brunch Menu in New Orleans

Cinnamon rolls, you know. Everybody does, right? Plenty will have also tried variations on the American breakfast classic—for example, its trouble-making cousin, the croissant-style cinnamon roll, layer after layer of butter making already slightly ridiculous thing even more, well, ridiculous. Chef Jason Goodenough, of local brunch favorite Carrollton Market in New Orleans, happens to think that rather than choose between […]

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How Joyce Carol Oates Does Breakfast

Famously prolific, Joyce Carol Oates’s latest collection of short stories, DIS MEM BER, is her second new book out this year, after a novel, A Book of American Martyrs, came out in February. Seven stories “of mystery and suspense,” the collection is characteristically unsettling, returning to Oates’s narrative wellsprings of violence and womanhood. It is a book uncomfortable in all […]

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Squash, Apricot, and Pear Oatsies

Active Time: N/ATotal Time20 MIN Yield: Serves : 4 For Food & Wine restaurant editor Jordana Rothman, time in her own home is a precious commodity. To celebrate her rare morning in her kitchen, she gives herself the gift of time spent crafting a favorite breakfast, like these “oatsies,” a bowl of gently cooked rolled oats topped with roasted squash, […]

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Alexander McCall Smith Likes to Eat the Same Breakfast Every Day

Alexander McCall Smith summoned up memories of southern Africa—he was born in nearby Zimbabwe, at the time Rhodesia, and taught law in Botswana—for his breakout success, 1998’s The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, and hasn’t stopped writing since. A legal scholar and bioethicist as well as a prolific author, McCall Smith has written more than 100 books, from academic titles […]

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Barley Crêpes with Cabbage and Sauce Pierre

Active Time: 1 HR 5 MINTotal TimeN/A Yield: Serves : 8 At Canlis in Seattle, Best New Chef Brady Williams balances classic components with modern techniques. For his Barley Crêpes with Cabbage and Sauce Pierre, Williams envelops grilled fermented cabbage in a savory buckwheat crêpe, accompanied by rich sauce Pierre. The cabbage in this barley crêpe calls for naturally fermented […]

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