Eggnog Pancakes

The holiday richness of eggnog makes these pancakes the perfect breakfast treat during the holiday season.

  French Market Fruit Pizza

  Bavarian Apple Walnut Bread

  Crème Brûlée Lost Bread

  Baked Eggs with Crawfish and Mushrooms in Ham Baskets

  Pain Perdu Count Pontchartrain

  Ham, Sausage, Pork, and Potato Breakfast Casserole

  Buttermilk Pancakes with Peach-Honey Topping

  Upside-Down Orange Biscuits

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Asparagus Quiche with Crabmeat and Bacon

  Creole Country Cornmeal Pecan Waffles

  Pork and Yam Breakfast Sausage

  Orange Lost Bread

  French Toast with Pears and Pomegranate Sauce

  White Chocolate and Blueberry French Toast

  Pain Perdu with Roasted Peaches

Pain Perdu, meaning "lost bread," is a French toast recipe. Much like Crème Brûlée Lost Bread, this dish is created with leftover, stale "lost" bread. Had it not been dipped in eggs and milk, then pan fried, the bread would have certainly been lost.


Crêpes are very versatile. Depending on the filling, they can be eaten as a dessert or a breakfast item. Stuffed with seafood or meat, they can even become an entrée.

Spinach and Three Cheese Grits Souffle

November 23, 2003

Chef John Folse’s Coush Coush

The name "coush coush" comes from "couscous," a North African dish of steamed semolina. Coush coush is a very old Cajun cornmeal recipe that was most often used as a hot cereal.

Creole Tomato Grits Cakes

Turkey Hash on Creole Tomato Grits

Christmas Morning Granola

Cranberry Bran Muffin Mix In A Jar

Ham, sausage, pork and potato breakfast casserole