Did you know that today is Donald Duck Day? Personally, I have fond memories of that pantless duck. Why no pants? There doesn’t seem to be enough information out there to definitely say why he dresses like a sailor and where his pants might be.Continue reading “A Burger Breakfast for Two”
Good morning and welcome to another beautiful, blessed Saturday. Every day is beautiful because it is new – and provides us with opportunities galore. The opportunity to bring a smile to a stranger’s face. The opportunity to ease the pain of a child we’ve never met. The opportunity to make a difference.Continue reading “Morning Breakfast in a Cajun Skillet”
One morning as I was trying to get motivated enough to finish packing up the Christmas Decorations, I convinced myself that if I had something satisfying for breakfast, I’d be more productive. Yeah, right.
If you have been following along for a little while now, you know that I picked up a Cast Iron Skillet Cookbook while visiting Seaside Oregon. The book is filled with Wayne Family recipes, as in John Wayne. This recipe for Breakfast Potatoes was inspired by a recipe from the Duke’s family collection.
To peel or not to peel – that is the question. Wither it is better to eat potatoes in their skins or let them be “naked” is really a personal thing. I like my potatoes (baked, fried or even mashed) with their skins – better flavor with more texture and added fiber to your diet, but that’s just me and my needs. Potatoes are one of those wonderful things that you can have most any time. Great for breakfast (love fried potatoes with a big Veggie Omelette). Fried Taters are especially delicious accompanying grilled meats such as smoked Dry Rub Tri-tip or Beer-Can Chicken with Cola Barbecue Sauce. The one thing I didn’t like about fried potatoes was that the potatoes seemed to take forever to cook, and more often than not, had a greasy taste.
For Mother’s Day a few years back, we decided to do a breakfast brunch. Typically, gatherings are held at my youngest sister’s house. However; that year we were leaning toward a gathering at the family farm.Continue reading “Hobo Skillet Potatoes”