Two Sisters, One Kitchen

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Mother’s Day Breakfast May 15, 2009

Chestnut Crepes with Fruit

Chestnut Crepes with Fruit

Kathryn says: I think it’s quite appropriate to start this blog with a meal we cooked for our mother this Mother’s Day.  After all, she taught us how to cook.  She always let us “help out” in the kitchen, even if it meant us spilling flour everywhere and wanting a spoon of the butter-sugar mixture.

Now we can cook some delicious meals for her with the skills she taught us.  But we’re still always learning more from her in the kitchen.
For breakfast, we made crepes.  We used a chestnut flour batter Mom bought from a health food store.  Jamie was much better at making the crepes than I was because she made them thick so they wouldn’t rip. 
Then, we added sliced bananas, strawberries and blackberries.  We sprinkled cinnamon on top.  Dad thought to add a dollop of sour cream to the top, which I absolutely loved.  We used toothpicks to hold the crepes together because they were so stuffed we couldn’t roll them. 
We ate them with forks and used fine China for the special morning.  Everyone loved it!

2 Responses to “Mother’s Day Breakfast”

  1. Amelia Says:

    I am ever so proud of you two. I love watching you move through life. You never cease to amaze me. Best of luck on your two new blogs. “May the good Lord be with you down every road you roam…”
    Love Moo

  2. […] marks Two Sisters, One Kitchen’s 3rd year anniversary. Our first blog post was on May 15, 2009 for Mother’s Day. I feel the blog has come a long way and is a scrapbook of our food adventures and our lives. Happy […]

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