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Saturday, March 8, 2014

OH NO.....

ANOTHER
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S  bj's

I have to tell you about an email I got a few days ago...

"bj, I love seeing what you have for breakfast...most especially your photos....
you might wanna change your blog name to
BREAKFAST  * AT * bj's"

hahhhaaa....I just may do that very thing...:>)



This can be a SATURDAY breakfast, too...
 
...from my SUSAN BRANCH calendar...





We  all know the wondrous things that can be made using
canned biscuits, right !!??


 I'm using the jumbo biscuits here...
and I favor
BUTTERMILK BISCUITS


YEP....
HAM & CHEESE  HAND PIES...


  I always buy
Oscar Mayer Black Forest ham
and can't endorse ANY other ham...:)

This is mostly used for sandwiches but I use it for lots of other things and try to have a package in my fridge at all times.
 




After filling with melted butter, shredded cheese and favorite ham,
fold over and using fork, mash top and bottom of biscuit together...
then sprinkled a little more cheese and added a few shakes of 
GARLIC BREAD SPRINKLE on top of each little morsel.
Don't be shy with this wonderful sprinkle...
I will use more of it next time.


OMYGOSH... 
aren't they just beautiful...!!

Some of them opened up....guess I failed to mash some of them together enuf to stick together...
ooo, well.....


Meant to say that while the hand pies were baking, I made a

Pineapple Ambrosia Breakfast Salad...

This pretty little glass compote belonged to my mother
and I can't remember a time we didn't have it...
which means she got it before I was born.

I guard it with my very life. 


Very simple salad...
pineapple
cherries
toasted coconut
and, when I have them, chopped pecans.

Real Orange Juice sometimes upsets my tummy but 
SUNNY D works  mighty well with me...!!

 Now this creamy, tasty, I-could-lick-the-bowl  dip
for these hand pies is so simple...and sooo good...especially where HAM is involved.

REAL mayo  (never, EVER Miracle Whip)
and plain mustard.
Mix together, to YOUR taste...
I happen to not want it the least bit sour so I use more mayo than mustard.


This combination of the pies, fruit, coffee and orange juice is a COMPANY breakfast, FOR SURE.

I can't wait for cousins to come spend the night and 
I'll make this SPECIAL breakfast for them
and they will love it.
"Feel better, Mickey and you and Ginny come see us soon."


 Windy and a little bit cold but SUNSHINE !

XOXO bj

Come on over....
I saved some for YOU.

I'm joining and supporting these blog parties:

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OUR SUN. BEST
MIX IT UP MON.
MOSAIC MON.
TASTY TUES.
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BE INSPIRED
YOUR GONNA LOVE IT TUES.
TWEAK IT TUES.

41 comments:

  1. Now that is a breakfast. Wish I lived closer so I could enjoy it with you. Have a blessed day and weekend. Madeline

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  2. You should really own a Bed and Breakfast with your presentation and scrumptious creations!!! Sounds like your weather is nice, ours is improving everyday.
    Ann

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  3. Yummy post and handsome couple ~ Wonderful variety of photos ~ well done ~ Happy Weekend to you ~ xxx

    artmusedog and carol
    www.acreativeharbor.com

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  4. i know they're not really pop-overs - more like fold-overs. :)

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  5. I love that canned biscuits can be used in so many ways. Your ham and cheese creations look delicious! I've never used that garlic bread sprinkle, but I just added it to my grocery list. :) I love Sunny D too!!

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  6. You definitely know how to serve up a hearty breakfast! Yum.

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  7. Any or all your breakfasts are to die for. I would think I was eating on the heavenly table. I do good to have a bowl of cereal and coffee.Breakfast is my favorite meal and could eat anytime of the day. It is interesting to visit and see what changes you make daily to your blog. You are a smarty.

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  8. Thank goodness I just had a very 'incipent' breakfast like I always do, otherwise I'd be craving all the yumminess here, my friend! Fabulous breakfast and you should consider the new name for the BJ's new breakfast blog, hehehe...
    Enjoy your weekend.
    FABBY

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  9. oh my gosh these look sooooo good, I have missed you, when my eyes got worse in December I thought I was finished blogging, through technology and a program for the blind I am back, a new blog, almost the same name, I am so glad I found you!

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  10. You do have the most wonderful variety in breakfasts! These surely do look delicious. I must add three things to my grocery list before I forget!

    Ohhh...Laurie is back? Yay!

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  11. Your breakfasts always make my mouth water BJ! Those hand pies look fabulous!

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  12. I just packed an overnight, be right over for sunday breakfast at bj's!!!

    Yum oh yum yum yummmmmmmmmmmmm!

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  13. 'morning dear bj ... the ham pies look delicious ... I think they would be a hit at my house. The salad sounds like a great go-with. You always do a pretty breakfast.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  14. The ham and cheese biscuit turnovers look and sound so good! You have the best breakfast!

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  15. I love seeing your food and PICTURES too! Mr. Sweet is a lucky man to have you. I had an orange for breakfast and just had an English muffin and a glass of milk for lunch. I need to get my act together!!!!

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  16. Let me help you out by eating the defective ones that opened up:@)

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  17. ohhhhhhhhhhhhh boy! does that look yummy!!!!

    m ^..^

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  18. Bj, thanks for the info on my dollar store pink pic, my blog has been acting goofy--my whole laptop in fact.
    Ann

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  19. That's one of the things that I miss most here in New Zealand. Your breakfast looks so yummy!

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  20. HOLY moose-poops, that looks delicious!!!!...:)JP

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  21. I get some really good ideas at your diner:) ALSO, who knew there was garlic bread sprinkles? I didn't... I just use, garlic salt:) I am gonna get some of that! Hugs coming your way dear BJ!

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  22. Lost your blog addy for a while. Nice to find you and your "yummies again.

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  23. Breakfast @ BJ's…….like that! '-)
    The little hand pies are a clever idea. I always learn something new from you, BJ.

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  24. Yum, it looks like I will be making these for breakfast! I have everything but the garlic sprinkles, but I can improvise on that. Love your breakfast ideas, bj!

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  25. Wow that looks so yummy!! I wonder if I could substitute the ham with turkey bacon.
    Love this idea for breakfast!

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  26. Love easy recipes like this. Pinned to my breakfast board. Visiting from Our Sun Best Showcase.

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  27. Your breakfast looks so yummy. It would be great for lunch or dinner too. I do love those canned biscuits. They are the best.
    Cindy

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  28. Oooh yeah, those sound good!!!

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  29. OHhhh that looks soo good. Every Southern gal.over the age of 30 probably knows about canned biscuits to make "fried pies" I've never tried baking them. Can't wait to try your recipe. Do you roll out the biscuits or flatten them with your hand before you fill them? Thanks for the tip on Garlic Bread Sprinkles. That's a new product to me..sounds yummy. Thanks for the great breakfast ideas.

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  30. Dear BJ, I am glad you enjoyed my crepe recipe ;-). Your breakfast looks scrumptious!
    Thank you for visiting Polonica: Home Again.

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  31. Like the emailer, I always enjoy seeing what you have for breakfast, I usually make fruit pies, but this ham and cheese sounds even better, thanks for sharing,

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  32. That looks so absolutely yummy! I'm on a bit of a diet, but as soon as I get rid of these pesky few extra pounds, I'm so going to make some turnovers. :) Hope you have a lovely week ahead.

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  33. BJ, your ham and cheese biscuits look delish!! I will have to check our store for the garlic break sprinkles.. And the pineapple ambrosia looks yummy too. A great breakfast, thanks for sharing. Enjoy your week ahead!

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  34. Those biscuit hand pies look delicious! Thanks for sharing it! I think I just may give it a try.

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  35. These look so yummy. Thanks for sharing. Your photo's are always so great!

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  36. These sound delicious and look so easy! Thanks for bringing your creativity to Seasonal Sundays.

    - Alma, The Tablescaper

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  37. OMG BJ! This looks so delicious! What a marvelous idea! My boys are so going to love this.....thank you so much for the breakfast hand pie ideas! And oh, that pineapple....mmmmmm!!!!

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  38. Wish I was your cousin and coming over for that wonderful breakfast! I can't wait to try those cute lilt ham and cheese pockets, bj. They look delish and so does the fruit in your pretty compote. xo

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  39. Just wanted to let you know that we made this for lunch today and the kids said it's a keeper.

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  40. Ha ha in the pics they look like from scratch pie crust pies / BISCUITS?? Oh I'll be making these soon then ! :)

    Of course real mayo ! :) :) I agree on that for sure! :)

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Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.
xo bj