For the first “Make Your Own” installment, here’s a recipe for Toasted Coconut and Quinoa granola that’s easy to make and begging to be riffed upon.
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A riff on my childhood favorite B.R.C. (bean, rice, and cheese) burritos, this bean, quinoa, and cheese taco is a simple recipe that you could pull together for a last minute meal.
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A super simple recipe for one of my favorite sweet breakfast treats, the Dutch Baby Pancake.
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A recipe for classic polenta with sauteed mushrooms, peppers, and onions and fried eggs that’s just as satisfying for breakfast as for dinner.
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A guest post from Sarah Copeland about traveling in Hungary and a recipe for Whole Grain French Toast with Sour Cherries.
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An easy recipe for a vegetarian Tex Mex-style hash with black beans, tofu, potatoes, tomatoes, and chiles.
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This smoothie version of the classic Southern California Date Shake is a healthier choice that let’s you indulge in the regional specialty without making the trip.
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A Pretty. Easy. recipe inspired by Nomad NYC and Eleven Madison Park’s chef Daniel Humm’s poached egg dish. Made with a poached egg, crunchy quinoa, roasted asparagus, and a balsamic-brown butter sauce, this is an elegant yet easy dish.
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A quick recipe for a ham and egg breakfast pizza with serrano ham, Manchego cheese, and asparagus that works as well for breakfast as it does for an easy weeknight dinner.
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French toast is one of those dishes everyone should master for, say, a brunch when you want to cook for a crowd or a decadent breakfast-in-bed for Valentine’s Day. Either way, this recipe is the perfect place to start. It’s a departure from tradition because it’s baked rather than pan-fried, so you can put the focus on your guests or significant other rather than tending to a hot pan.
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