Heidi Holtan

John Longnecker of Pequot Lakes invites John and Sarah in for a great breakfast of an omlette with onion, celery, potato, green onion, ham, and seasoning salt. It's a good start to the day, but not quite as good as the first food John eats every single day, 365 days a year, an orange.

The Wells family welcomed Evelyn Cordts (Katie Carter's daughter) into the family home for a rare weeknight overnight complete with egg tortillas and salsa verde, vanilla-banana smoothies, tickle fights, bunnies and fun. They all joined Katie Carter and Heidi on The Friday Morning show to share their breakfast stories.


KAXE/KBXE focuses on the written word a lot.  Whether it's for writers with Wordish on Monday mornings at 6:50, writer essays from Steve Downing or contributors to our Sunday night program Stay Human with Michael Goldberg.....

Ron Plinske of Baxter called in on the most recent What's For Breakfast segment to offer up his recipe for coffee and whipped cream followed by some toast in honor of National Toast Day. While he was on the line, John and Heidi reminisced with him about the recent KAXE/KBXE event in Brainerd. Ron encouraged Heidi to take her belly dancing to the next level, perhaps at this summer's Mississippi River Music Festival. You never know what members will bring to our breakfast table. Next time, it could be you. Listen Friday's about 7:40, and be ready to call.

You never know quite what will happen when members call to report in on their breakfast. Shannon Fitch of Grand Rapids called surrounded by toddlers following her breakfast of coffee and candy hearts. John and Heidi extracted a few more details about Shannon's life providing Daycare for kids aged 10 months to 5 years and the joy of determining whether or not peanut butter toast requires butter first. Don't miss your chance to share a breakfast story. Listen Fridays around 7:40, and be ready to call.