Get cooking to start the day right, at your library

Get cooking to start the day right, at your library

The United States government first started to encourage citizens to eat a better breakfast during WW I but it wasn’t until 1951 that September became officially known as Better Breakfast Month. They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day so why not make it the best it can be with help from your Abilene Public Library. We have a wide variety of materials on the topic sure to meet your needs regardless of what a good breakfast means to you.

Author Kate McMillan helps you start your morning right with “The Breakfast Bible” available through our hoopla streaming service. Treat someone to waffles in bed or plan a full buffet complete with a Bloody Mary Bar. Her simple tips and techniques will help you customize her recipes to suit your needs.

“Breakfast in Texas: Recipes for Elegant Brunches, Down-home Classics, and Local Favorites” by Terry Thompson-Anderson will tempt you with recipes for everything from breakfast tacos to saag paneer omelets. Suggestions for beverages to pair with food items are included as well.

Go all in with John Currence’s “Big Bad Breakfast: the Most Important Book of the Day”. Inside, this Southern Chef shares his soulful and comforting dishes that will set you on the right path for the day ahead, from Banana-Pecan Coffee Cake to Spicy Boudin and Poached Eggs.

Those who struggle with getting their kids to eat breakfast might find “Rise and Shine: Better Breakfasts for Busy Mornings” by Katie Sullivan Morford helpful. The author is a mother and nutritionist who provides easy-prep recipes that provide nourishing and delicious meals. Studies show that kids who have a healthy breakfast on a regular basis do better in school subjects such as math and reading.

For some of us, breakfast is a welcome meal anytime of the day. There’s a cookbook for that as well. Lindsay Landis wrote “Breakfast for Dinner: Recipes for Frittata Florentine, Huevos Rancheros, Sunny-side-up Burgers and More!” for those who enjoy a breakfast dinner. She twists classic breakfast recipes slightly to make hearty meals like Cornmeal Pancakes with Beer-braised Short Ribs.

Making breakfast work for you with David Zinczenko’s “Zero Belly Breakfasts” Recipes are included for delicious breakfasts that can not only be prepared quickly but which, per the book, can help burn fat. The author cites university studies that indicate that eating a breakfast, such as he suggests, can impact health and weight in positive ways such as reducing bloating and inflammation. 

Whether you never go a day without breakfast, or never seem to have time for one, the Abilene Public Library has titles that will help you have a great meal regardless of the time of day, or how much time you have to prepare it. So, this September, celebrate Better Breakfast Month by starting your day with a great breakfast.


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