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  • All babies eat, but some of them dine. It’s nice for you to carry on such tradition. I bet your son will have fond memories of it just as you do.

    Karen of Sillymonkeezs last blog post..PhotoHunt: Breakfast

    December 06, 2008
  • Ashley @ mrs007.net

    that bread is beautiful! I would never scoff at you by the way…. is there any way I could know how to make that?

    Ashley @ mrs007.nets last blog post..It’s not a funny one

    December 06, 2008
  • Our tradition, and I never even realized it was one until the kids excitedly said “I can’t wait until we have the eggnog french toast!” Seems I either make eggnog pancakes or french toast each year and I never realized how much they look forward to it!

    Though monkey bread might have to be made for noshing throughout the day. That’s their other favorite breakfast!

    That Zopf looks yummy, though the name has bad vibes for me. He was the mean asst principal of my middle school!

    Suzannes last blog post..Christmas Lights and Even Better Lights

    December 06, 2008
  • Bread is shinning like a sun! Very good tradition. We also have such tradition:)

    kompostelas last blog post..Who is Givemenot???

    December 06, 2008
  • hmm, I love quiche but my whole family hates it so I don’t make it often. On that subject, I also love egg-n-sausage casserole, and my mom makes something with eggs & cheese that she calls “strata”. I think she thinks it’s special by giving it a special name!

    Texan Mamas last blog post..I’ve…. Been…. Koobfaced!

    December 06, 2008
  • Mmmmmm, cheese….

    I think my favourite breakfast would have to be something like what you are having. Otherwise, it would be croissants with ham and cheese, or with smoked salmon and brie.

    Veronicas last blog post..Stretchmarks and all

    December 06, 2008
  • river

    My favourite breakfast is hot porridge, always has been, but for special occasions like christmas we do the croissants with jam and cream. Could we have your recipe for Zopf please? It looks amazing.

    December 06, 2008
  • Taz

    mmm..

    my favourite breakfast is fresh fruit salad… :)

    Tazs last blog post..cos i can.. :P

    December 06, 2008
  • That bread looks srumptious. I love bread and I love to make bread. I made bread for Thanksgiving.

    Junebugs last blog post..Advent Conspiracy-Christmas Can Still Change the World

    December 06, 2008
  • I’m ordering you to send me that bread. Now.

    My mom’s biscuits & gravy is DA BEST.

    Angie [A Whole Lot of Nothing]s last blog post..Who Takes a Baby to a Porno?

    December 06, 2008
  • That sounds like an amazing breakfast! And your zopf looks beautiful! Are you going to post the recipe or is it a secret?

    stephanies last blog post..A day of beauty and thanks

    December 06, 2008
  • I remember when I was pregnant with Isobel and all I wanted for breakfast every single day was eggs over easy with buttered toast and about half a pig’s worth of bacon. And since I couldn’t do the eggs o/e, I’d settle for just toast and a full pig’s-worth of bacon. And it was never quite right.

    That bread recipe needs to meet my inbox, or feed reader, please and thank you.

    Zoeyjanes last blog post..I’m Just Gah

    December 06, 2008
  • kelly

    Your little boy sure looks happy and who can blame him. Your bread looks quite delicious!! I can almost smell it! LOL! I don’t make big breakfast often either.

    My breakfast is served!

    kellys last blog post..Breakfast

    December 06, 2008
  • Ashely,

    I have a recipe printed somewhere, but I remember that I had to make some small changes to it for it to work just right.

    I need to dig it out and remember what those were before I can pass it on – I don’t want to pass on a defective recipe!

    So I might not have it for you right away, but I’ll work on it. :-)

    Lotus:)

    December 06, 2008
  • That bread looks mouth watering.

    Alice Audreys last blog post..Breakfast in Style

    December 06, 2008
  • I love breakfast traditions. That looks delish!

    December 06, 2008
  • OK, I’m lining up for the bread recipe, too. It looks fantastic. I sometimes do the egg and sausage bake thing on Christmas morning, but we don’t have any hard and fast traditions. Yours sure looks yummy!

    Claras last blog post..Photo Hunt – Breakfast

    December 06, 2008
  • Ohhhh that bread looks sooooo gooooood. Those are some of the things that make Christmas the best time of year.

    orlunds last blog post..Friday’s Photo: Daddy I’m Tired

    December 06, 2008
  • My fave is Eggs Benedict.

    lceels last blog post..A busy day

    December 06, 2008
  • Heh, the bread looks like challah. Is it made with egg? If so I think it might be the same thing. And Challah is great by the way. I’m not a huge fan of sausages but cheese? Mmmmm. Havarti is definitely a favorite.
    My favorite breakfast though is southern biscuits, sausage gravy, bacon or ham, scrambled eggs, grits with jam (boysenberry) and a big biiig cup of hot coffee.

    That is why I need to lose about 40 pounds before the wedding.
    :)

    Lilacspecss last blog post..Zwarte Piet

    December 06, 2008
  • Food traditions are a must. For years Christmas morning meant Santa then pancakes and sausage. One year when the girls were older I decided to not make the pancakes or sausage and just have something more like a continental breakfast. You would have thought the world had ended. So the next year it was back to pancakes and sausage.
    I would have loved the cheeses, summer sausages, and special bread (which looks yummy).

    Patsy Bains last blog post..Photo Hunt — Breakfast

    December 06, 2008
  • The picture of Christmas breakfast is adorable and the bread looks fantastic.

    Stop by my Photo Hunt if you have time.
    http://moderatesuburbanchick.blogspot.com/

    JyLnCs last blog post..Photo Hunt – Breakfast

    December 06, 2008
  • Look at the smile on that little face! My poor kids get cereal most mornings for breakfast. Nuked oatmeal or porridge if it is cold and the coffee has been on for a while. Weekends mean sausage biscuits, gravy, eggs, the works, but not until brunch time. (I like doing breakfast foods at dinner a lot, too.) But on Holidays I brave the dark mornings to do something special. I try to do as much prep as possible the night before, but all in all I can spend a couple of hours putting everything together.

    And I agree with everyone else. You can just NOT show a picture that pretty and not show the recipe! Please share it soon?!?

    Laurel Plums last blog post..Aliens, Tornadoes, Advent Calendars, Google and Kitchens

    December 06, 2008
  • chotzie

    The bread looks amazing. What a great Christmas tradition. Our christmas tradition – bacon, egg & cheese on a croissant. Then swedish porridge – i love christmas. most days it is a glazed donut for me. gotta go back to oatmeal…

    December 06, 2008
  • Oh mine is what we call “Swedish Pancakes” which is a crape slathered with butter and homemade strawberry jam rolled around a piece of bacon and sprinkled with powdered sugar. My mouth is watering just thinking of it! And I don’t even eat pork anymore! This is a weird combination, but it truly is fantastic. It always reminds me of all the good stuff about my family of origin and for awhile I forget about all the crappy stuff :~)

    Cassandra {Simply Fearless}s last blog post..My heart is cracking open ~ your advice please

    December 06, 2008
  • When I was little breakfast always consisted of Christmas cookies and chex mix while we all waited for a HUGE Turkey dinner, just as big as Thanksgiving dinner. Now it is still as unhealthy, but we always seem to have powdered donuts for breakfast because we are way to busy playing with our new toys for me to actually make something!

    I want your recipie for the zopf! It looks awesome!

    Christies last blog post..Weekly Winners!

    December 06, 2008
  • I’ve always been partial to eggs over easy, grits, and bacon all mashed up into one big mess. It looks horrible, but I love it. My wife hates the way I eat them, but grits are worthless without runny yolks mixed in and runny yolks are worthless without grits.

    I also tagged you for a meme today.

    Jacobs last blog post..Mickey Gives Me a Freebie

    December 06, 2008
  • we always did the cheeses and salamis on christmas eve – the bread looks like challah

    December 07, 2008
  • That looks like an amazing breakfast! Especially the bread. We love cheese and salami here as well. This looks like an awesome tradition :)

    Momisodess last blog post..PH: Going Bananas

    December 07, 2008

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