For years I’ve seen Croque-Monsieur on menus and thought, “hmmm, a grilled cheese made into French toast…” Thanks, but I think I’ll pass. Then, I had this version…with béchamel…mmmm. Continue reading
These eggs are quick to prepare and delicious…just what you need when you’ve over-imbibed…or just ‘cuz they’re damn delicious. So, order another sangria! Or not…these are a great breakfast, no matter what your condition. Continue reading
It’s almost strawberry season. I’m impatient. So, I purchase supermarket strawberries, just to get myself in the mood. They are almost always a disappointment, but oddly enough, even those work reasonably well with this lovely springtime dessert. Continue reading
This is a really nice addition to your Sunday brunch or for this season, Thanksgiving day breakfast. We had a slice with some salad for a nice, light supper, and as a side with a bowl of Creamy Mushroom-Pumpkin Soup with Sherry. I think if might be good with gravy, as in biscuits and gravy…just a thought! Continue reading
We love Eggs Benedict. But, really. Who doesn’t? This is the perfect make ahead, ready-in-the-fridge sort of breakfast, or any meal for that matter. The Goddess knows a homemade hollandaise is always the way to go, but she’s a realist. She knows there are those among us, including herself, that periodically has a lapse and wants to just make things easy, so we use a mix. She forgives these little human foibles. Continue reading
The Middle Son and The Unbound Reader are visiting for a couple of days. We went out for pizza last night and we all love leftover pizza for breakfast. So, naturally you order a large pizza. There must be leftovers, but we’ve never had it like this before. Continue reading
This was supper today. This is pure comfort. It’s been a long day, I was tired and I had leftover garlic rice, a nice, plump ripe avocado, eggs and onion and these flavors are crazy good together. This is a great breakfast and dish, too. MMMmmmm…. Continue reading
We’ve already discussed citrus and how you can use the various types to add flavor. I’ve decided that it might be a good idea, every now and again, to focus on specific herbs, spices, blends and flavors that compliment each other, and how to use them. To that end, we’re going to talk about sage, rosemary and thyme.