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Prairie Grass Cafe Hosting Brunch with Ina Pinkney March 30
Opportunity to Meet Ina, Enjoy her food
and Get a Signed Copy of Taste Memories

Prairie Grass Cafe, (601 Skokie Blvd., Northbrook, IL 60062, 847-205-4433) is hosting a special brunch 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday, March 30 featuring chef/restaurateur/author Ina Pinkney . Come and meet "The Breakfast Queen" and have her sign a copy of her new book, Taste Memories. Prairie Grass Cafe’s Chef Sarah Stegner will be making some of her favorite Ina recipes, including Heavenly Hot’s pancakes, so light & fluffy when you eat them you would think you are in heaven. Prairie Grass Cafe’s regular brunch menu also will be featured.
Ina will have her new book available for purchase and signing. Think about picking one up; it’s a great Mother’s Day gift.

TASTE MEMORIES: Recipes for Life and Breakfast () was published in 2013 so that her recipes would live in everyone’s home..

Ina has been an ICON in the industry, setting the standard for breakfast in Chicago. She is wise, the consummate professional, and everyone’s friend! Prairie Grass Cafe loves her and know that you will too. “It is in honor to have her come to Prairie Grass Cafe,” said Chef Sarah Stegner, Prairie Grass Cafe co-owner and friend of Ina.

Reservations are recommended by calling Prairie Grass Cafe at 847-205-4433 or by visiting www.prairiegrasscafe.com

Ina Pinkney’s Blobbs
Prep: 25 minutes
Cook: 17-20 minutes
Makes: 26 large brownie-cookies

Ina Pinkney invented the Blobbs in response to the gourmet brownie craze of the 1980s. What are they? "A mounded cookie/brownie with 2 kinds of chocolate, walnuts, pecans and chocolate chips,” Pinkney writes in "Taste Memories." "When baked they held the domed shape created by the ice cream scoop I used to measure them out. They became firm on the outside and amazingly soft on the inside." They also became the recipe requested most by customers. Pinkney never divulged it, until now.

4 ounces unsalted butter
9 ounces dark chocolate (about 60 percent)
3 ounces unsweetened chocolate
Melt butter and chocolates slowly in a bowl in a microwave or in a saucepan on the stove top; cool to room temp.

3 ounces flour, a scant 3/4 cup
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
Combine flour, baking powder and salt in a mixing bowl; stir vigorously. Set aside.

3 eggs, large
Whip eggs in a mixer on medium/high speed until lighter and creamy.

1 1/4 cups superfine sugar
Add superfine sugar slowly to eggs; continue whipping until very light and creamy.

2 teaspoons vanilla
Add vanilla to egg mixture.
12 ounces chocolate chips
5 ounces pecan pieces
4 ounces walnut pieces
Combine chocolate chips and nuts in a bowl; set aside.

When the egg mixture is ready, change the whip to a paddle. Add chocolate-butter mixture, combining on low. Then gradually add the flour mixture on low.

Add the nut mixture and mix well. Finish by hand to be sure it’s all combined at the bottom.

Pack mixture into a 2-inch ice cream scoop, scraping off excess. When released from the scoop, the mixture should hold its shape. Place mounds on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet, about 2 inches apart.

Bake at 350 degrees for 17 to 20 minutes. The tops should look a little dry and lighter in color. You also can freeze the unbaked blobbs and bake them from frozen.

Nutrition information per cookie: 294 calories, 20 g fat, 8 g saturated fat, 32 mg cholesterol, 28 g carbohydrates, 4 g protein, 44 mg sodium, 3 g fiber

Ina Pinkney
Chef, Author
TASTE MEMORIES: Recipes for Life and Breakfast
www.breakfastqueen.com
@Breakfastqueen1