Sunday, December 6, 2009

Recipe - Bev's Famous Peach Thing

White bread
Butter, melted
Peach preserves
Brown sugar
Heavy whipping cream

The amount of each ingredient will depend on how many you want to feed and the size of your casserole dish. It’s pretty easy to figure out as you go along. Mine turned out great the first time I ever tried to make it. Give it a try!
Cut crusts off three pieces of white bread. Brush each slice with butter and top with preserves. Stack the 3 prepared slices, first two preserves up and top one facing down. Cut into quarters. Place in casserole dish. Brush butter on top. Repeat until casserole dish is full. Mix eggs, a little brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg. Pour over the top of the stacks being sure to saturate the top of each one. The egg mixture should come about ¾ of the way up the side of the stacks. Cover and refrigerate overnight. The next morning, bake on 350 for 35-45 minutes until slightly browned. While it’s baking, make the syrup. Melt butter; add peach preserves and brown sugar. Stir until melted. Add heavy whipping cream and allow to thicken about 20 minutes over medium low heat. Pour over individual servings of Peach Thing.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

WCN! 12/2/09: Christmas Brunch!

Tonight, on the world's only live radio cooking show (that we know of): Christmas Brunch!

It's Christmas morning. The kids got everybody up at 4:30 to see what Santa Claus brought, the house is covered with wrapping paper, and it's hours until dinner time. Why not invite everybody over for a Christmas morning brunch?

We'll show you some dishes that you can make ahead of time, so that even if you were up all night putting that damn bicycle together you can lay out a fine spread. We'll also talk about some potent potables that will make even your most annoying relatives tolerable.

That's Wednesday, December 2, 6-7PM, on 88.7 WMMT-FM in Whitesburg, KY. Stream it at

Don't miss it!