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Hatch Chilaquiles with Ranchero Sauce

An exclusive recipe from Jazz TX - coming soon to Historic Pearl Brewery! Hatch chilaquiles with ranchero sauce, drizzled with Mexican crema and queso fresco. Good with a fork or your fingers. Enjoy!! 

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Authentic Munchener Apfel Pfannekuchen

A recipe I've waited 15 years to get my hands on! Translated from an Old World cookbook and adapted at The Magnolia Pancake Haus. Granny smith apples, zesty cinnamon and secret spices all combined to create a puffed pancake that is an authentic taste of Bavaria. Served with powdered sugar and European-style whipped cream.

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Tacodeli Horchata

For the Home cook, this should work! You should be able to find all the ingredients at your local Central Market. This recipe uses Wholesome Sweeteners evaporated cane juice. Looks like sugar, but is organic and not refined.

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Cornmeal Biscuits

These buttermilk biscuits have just a little “oomph” to hold up meals that feature pork chops or fried chicken. They're also fantastic holders of butter and homemade jam if you want to serve breakfast for dinner.

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Sweet Corn Cakes

Pats of softened butter will hardly melt over these hot cakes before they're gobbled up. These go well with any type of barbecue or grilled fish!

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Pancake in a Jar

Reimagine the way you consume your cakes! This blueberry pancake come served in the cutest little mason jar with the blueberries on the bottom. Many thanks to boyandtherabbit.wordpress.com for the recipe!

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Blackbird Bakery's Classic Cinnamon Rolls

Serve this gluten-free take on classic cinnamon rolls hot for breakfast or brunch...as long as you make the dough the night before! According to Blackbird's Karen Morgan, they're especially good if you can find and use Vietnamese (Saigon) cinnamon. The yield is 9 perfectly spiraled beauties...

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Salty Sow's Scotch Egg

These are a common picnic food in the UK. Try the Salty Sow's interpretation... ;)

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Loose Leaf Tea Banana Bread

There’s no trick to knowing how to cook with loose leaf tea. Think of it the same way you think of a spice, such as cinnamon, or a seasoning, such as basil or oregano. Just grind the tea up like spices before adding them to recipes. Your favorite loose leaf tea lends itself especially well to baked goods such as quick breads and muffins. For example, take your favorite banana bread and add a tablespoon of loose leaf tea. Mix and match the flavors to find the combination you like best!

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