Monday, March 12, 2018

Meal No. 2056: Special Brunch with Greensboro Colleagues


It's taken far too long to achieve, but Sunday at mid-day I finally got to enjoy a visit from and brunch with delightful friends from Greensboro, one of whom I've had the pleasure to work with through Guilford County Schools over the last several years. Although we were faced with yucky cold rainy weather, it was cozy inside the Roediger House. I'd asked Amy to look at the blog and see if there were any dishes in particular that she'd like me to go for, and so we had savory breakfast bread pudding; French yogurt cake; fresh fruit; and, for dessert, a slice of homemade Atlantic Beach pie.




"Savory Bread Pudding," from King Arthur Flour. [recipe clipping]

"French Yogurt Cake," by Andrew Knowlton. In Bon App├ętit, May 2012, p. 30.

"One Phenomenal Pie: Atlantic Beach Pie," from Chef Bill Smith. Published in Our State Magazine, May 2014. Also featured in "Found Recipes" on All Things Considered from National Public Radio, broadcast April 13, 2013.

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