Buckwheat cakesBy | On Oct 30, 2012
A feast of fall flavors should extend to every meal of the day! Here’s a delicious weekend breakfast or brunch idea. Instead of the usual pancakes, try some buckwheat cakes. Buckwheat is actually not a wheat, but a type of seed, being related to sorrels and rhubarb; a great fact for those looking to reduce gluten consumption. Buckwheat likely originated in Asia and probably has been consumed for over 8,000 years. It yields a light and earthy cake, perfect for a crisp morning. Add a little fruit of your choosing and some real maple syrup and fall mornings get no better.