The original inspiration for this recipe came from Beth D., who praised the easy prep and pizza flavor, as well as that it freezes really well. Up the savory flavor with some chopped olives, fresh basil, or even some cured meat for a delicious starter. This is a very traditional french cream/white sauce, which can be served with many different types of vegetables. It also is the sauce served in Croquettes and goes very well with Ham or Salmon. Pancakes are a crowd-favorite, and these orange and tangy pancakes are a great leftover breakfast treat to use up yogurt and sweet potatoes from some of your holiday cooking (or maybe just for that new holiday, Pancake Sunday!) Inspired by Cook's Illustrated Best Buttermilk Pancakes. These were some of the best scones I've ever had. Don't over-knead or work in too much extra flour-- just allow yourself to be okay with making a mess of your countertop and you'll have plenty of time while they're in the oven to clean up. Because when they're done, you'll want to eat them right away! Adapted from a recipe in The Kinfolk Table Cookbook.