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- DescriptionBreakfast Syrups & Toppings - 102 Simple Homemade Syrup Recipes to change your breakfast from ordinary to extraordinary! Quick, simple farm fresh recipes for flavored syrups, honey, compote, and fruit toppings. Yummy, creative recipes include fruit spreads, honey butters, cinnamon honey, flavored sugars made with homemade extracts, homemade flavorings, glazes, and homemade pancake syrups in several flavors including vanilla syrup, coffee syrup, caramel syrup and chocolate syrups. Use fruit instead of sugar to create healthy toppings and syrups. Use one of our easy breakfast ideas or brunch ideas and add a homemade raspberry spread, peach spread or strawberry spread to create a simple breakfast or brunch that is fun and enjoyable! We have so many flavors to choose from - almond, apple, apricot, banana, blackberry, blueberry, buttermilk, cherry, cider, coconut, cream cheese and more! Just a simple topping can turn your meal into a gourmet treat. These syrups, toppings and spreads can be used with any meal and are delicious on ice cream, cakes and desserts too!
- Author BiographyCOUNTRY SISTERS GOURMET - Co-creators Alice Turner and Carol Vaughn are sisters who were raised on a family spice farm in southeastern Arizona. These country sisters teamed up to give you some of their best recipes. In their books you will get a wide variety from old recipes that have been passed along, to their modern day dishes. Some of these have been used and passed on from their grandmothers, their mother Laura, and many other family members and friends. Alice still doesn't consider herself grown up, but when she married and left the family spice farm...many years ago, she moved to southwest New Mexico where she continued to farm with her husband, David. On the farm, Alice not only had access to the commercial crops, but she was blessed to having her acre plus gardens planted in the nearest field. She has always been known for her delicious cooking and baking and had the resources to use fresh, home grown ingredients. Alice has since moved off of the farm, but she took her country cooking skills with her! She expanded her culinary knowledge by studying and took on new interests in catering and party planning. She still delights her family and friends with her favorite recipes and meals and is always trying new ideas. Alice now spends her time quilting, gardening, canning, cooking, baking, and enjoying her grandchildren. Carol moved from the family spice farm to a ranch in southwestern New Mexico. It was then that this cowgirl figured out that if she would get off of her horse now and then...she could be really good in the kitchen too! She enjoyed being creative with old recipes and came up with some great dishes. She favors making desserts, baking breads, and cooking dishes using fresh produce from her garden. Carol's cooking skills expanded as she prepared meals for many guests and the cowboys on the ranch. Carol is still a cowgirl and enjoys riding and training her horses, but she also finds the time to enjoy writing, painting, photography, spending time with family and friends and traveling. Her collections are memoirs from her childhood years on the spice farm to her many years of ranching. You can enjoy these recipes for yourself in their books from... Country Sisters Gourmet!
- Author(s)Country Sisters Gourmet
- PublisherCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Date of Publication31/05/2014
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectFood & Drink: General
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight177 g
- Width178 mm
- Height254 mm
- Spine5 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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