Johnny Cakes with Horseradish Creme Fraiche and Smoked Trout

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  • on March 30, 2013

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    A little bit of a chuckle here about 'Johnny cakes' Back way before Booby and most readers were born, Johnny cakes were a cross between a pancake and a biscuit, probably no egg or milk, most likely using bacon fat or shortening. You made a bunch for breakfast and stuck a couple in your pocket for lunch and you went out to work. The biggest reason I know these aren't 'real' Johnny cakes is that these are delicious and old style Johnnies were more like corn flavored hockey pucks. These seem to be foolproof and are great with all kinds of savory toppings. Try a little cold roast beef and horseradish sauce for something a bit different.

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  • on May 02, 2011

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    I love brunch. Mother's Day is a big morning day in our house.
    These recipes are perfect for the crowd I get. I love this show!!!!

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