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This Czech pastry has many different names and many European bakers make a variation on this sour-cream dough, filled with fresh and beautiful apricot filling. You can use other fruit fillings but to me, apricot is the perfect match for this tender, buttery, sour cream dough. In my recipe archives, there is also a recipe for a yeasted kolache, if you prefer.

This is a must for anyone's company brunch repetoire. Heft wedges of caramelized apples sit in an eggy batter that puffs up into a sweet soufflĂ©. Got the digital camera? Time to take a picture; then dig in. McIntosh, Cortland or Yellow Delicious are recommended. Everyone needs a show stopper brunch dish that feeds a crowd and leaves you time to enjoy it with your guests.

If you can’t remember the last time you had this, it is time to make it again. Simple, nutritious, and gone in a flash. This is a nice, quick dessert and a perfect ending to a dinner of turkey chili and cornbread or a cheese omelet supper. Enjoy the mellow taste of apples, set in a caramelized foundation, and topped with a nutty, brown sugar and oatmeal crisp topping. This is also sublime with diced apricots or pears.

Great for waffles too, these are golden, crisp buttery corn pancakes that are wonderful with anything - eggs, syrup, bacon or Greek yogurt.

Fresh English muffins that you baked, and a tangy Hollandaise sauce makes this classic, well, classic. The one dish guaranteed to turn your home into a B&B.

Something to rise and shine for. Plump raisins, velvety white bread, traces of cinnamon. A small loaf but satisfying.

This is lovely to look at, crowd-pleasing and handy, as it is can be made ahead up to three days ahead.  Marinated, jarred roasted red peppers speed up the preparation. The trick with this is finely chopped everything so the final result is a pretty, marinated salad you do not have to even toss to serve.

These are funky, chunky, chewy, buttery and wonderful. It is one of the best cookies you will ever make.Make these huge (but chill the batter) or small and delicate. Nothing but nothing beats the flavor and texture of these cookies. A winner from my early days, baking career. Use storebought granola or the easy My Favorite Maple Vanilla Honey Granola.

Clabber is an old fashioned word for buttermilk and buttermilk is the dairy liquid of choice in traditional soda bread. This recipe makes a majestic, lean, mean tasty soda bread that is great with cheese or sliced cold corned beef. I love it with tea in the evenings.

Rhubarb is the only crop I can seem to grow – or more properly phrased, the only crop I do not seem to kill. Most rhubarb breads are quick breads, but this one, oozes tart/sweet rhubarb in lightly sweet, yeasted dough. It is perfect fresh, or days later, makes super French toast or doubles as a coffee klatch treat. Makes two breads, one to freeze or one to give away.

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