Breakfast Pizza

A few weeks ago, some postings that my friend George made about his new Cleveland area pizza restaurant – 3 Brothers Pizza – had me craving breakfast pizza.

It was something I hadn’t made in a long time, but was a favourite when I was growing up. This recipe is based on the one I grew up with, which was a bit of a bastardization of my grandmother’s baking powder biscuits recipe. It’s a fun way breakfast… Kind of complex tasting and definitely hearty breakfast, but relatively easy to make. Great way to start a weekend!

It was beautiful, delicious, and hit the spot, so I posted a teaser photo to Facebook… and promptly forgot about my promise to post the recipe soon. WHOOPS! Was reminded of it the other day, so here we go!

The recipe mentions the toppings that we had on hand that morning, but feel free to add whatever you’d like. Tomato and onion slices would work well, as an example. So would ribbons of fresh basil.. yum!

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Breakfast Pizza

Breakfast Pizza

Sauerkraut Balls – Pyrizhky

I recently obtained this Sauerkraut Balls recipe from my aunt, by way of my grandmother. My husband was professing his love for sauerkraut, and I recalled the sauerkraut balls that this aunt used to make around the holidays. I remembered them being really addictive little bread balls filled with sauerkraut and bacon, but couldn’t remember much past that – it had been 2 decades since I’d had one!

So, after a couple of calls, I received an email with the vague recipe. I *immediately* set about making a batch for my husband. Between the bread, kraut, and bacon, I think he was about to start foaming at the mouth if I didn’t get right on it!

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Sauerkraut Balls

Sauerkraut Balls