Way back when the pandemic first hit and the world had to hunker down, I thought that would mean every day could be treated like a Sunday. Quality family time. While we couldn’t attend church, we could read scripture together and sit down to a beautiful breakfast.Continue reading “Chorizo Benedict Breakfast with Pan-Fried Potatoes”
Did you know that today is Noodle Ring Day? I’ve never had a Noodle Ring. Maybe someday, but not today. I need to get over some “ucky” preconceived notions first. And convince my guys to try a Noodle Ring with me.Continue reading “Bagels Beyond Cream Cheese”
Don’t you just love it when things come together so perfectly? Right on the heels of Easter, with that delicious ham and all those left-overs is National Eggs Benedict Day. What a great way to utilize at lease some of that ham!
If you have been following along for a while now, you know that Hubby and I love craft fairs and festivals in little towns. We call an ag-town home, surrounded by orchards and dairy farms. It’s the biggest little ag-town around and a stone’s throw from some really small western towns.
Did you know that today is a National Day for all sorts of things? It’s Aunt and Uncle Day, Coffee Milkshake Day, All or Nothing Day. In addition, it’s also the day to avoid riding in an elevator if you can because it’s National Talk in an Elevator Day. I suppose some people like talking with strangers in confined spaces. Heck, I’ve even been the chatty one at times. So if you’ve ever been looking for an excuse to talk to fellow passengers in an elevator, today is your lucky day. Today is also National Get Gnarly Day. National Get Gnarly Day challenges us to put some gnarliness into everything we do today and to overcome a few fears in the process. Who knows, maybe talking with strangers in an elevator is a gnarly thing to do, and it’s killing two birds with one stone. Just be careful who you talk to – wizards and witches are everywhere these days. Continue reading “Bagelfest Eggs Benedict”
One morning a while back I came across a recipe for Eggs Benedict. That got me to thinking about my own recipe for Eggs Benedict, and the history behind this wonderful Breakfast-Brunch classic.
In the rush of everyday life, we often don’t have time for such luxuries as breakfast. I know we should take the time, but so often we don’t. Maybe a donut, if we are lucky. It is only on the weekends – usually Sundays – that life slows down enough for breakfast. Some of us attend church services, followed by a nice breakfast. Others sleep in, then eat a leisurely morning meal.