Today is National Bacon Lovers Day. This is not to be confused with National Bacon Day. You’ll have to wait until December for that one. As far as Kiddo is concerned; having more than one bacon day is awesome.Continue reading “Just a Simple Breakfast to Celebrate the Day”
Life really is beginning to return to normal. We’ve had our share of scares and a few losses along the way, but by the grace of God we have survived. Unless you live under a rock somewhere, you have been changed.Continue reading “Salsa Scrambled Egg Burritos”
Killer these days is often a substitute for awesome. Killer home-grown tomatoes. Awesome home-grown tomatoes. That’s a good thing. But then again, sometimes Killer means just that – a killer.Continue reading “Killer Scrambled Eggs Skillet”
Good Morning! Rise and shine. For those of you who are watching the National Day Calendar, according to Foodimentry today is Chicken Soup Day. On the broader National Calendar today is filled options.Continue reading “Cajun Scramble Breakfast – Oh Yum!”
National Frozen Food Day was created to celebrate the marvel that is the frozen food industry. We take these foods for granted as the convenience of modern life. That is right up until the power goes out, and then all we can think about are all those foods slowly thawing in the freezer.Continue reading “Convenience from the Freezer”
Do you like a Denver Omelette? Silly question, right? Most people, including Kiddo and Hubby, do. Sometimes I’m in the mood for everything except the omelette part. That’s when I switch into scramble mode.
Believe me I know, chives and green onions seems like an over-kill, doesn’t it? I’m here to tell you it isn’t. Chives are delicate and add pretty color to the eggs, while the onion “kick” comes from the chopped white part of a green onion.
Who doesn’t like a birthday breakfast in bed? Who doesn’t like a cupcake with a cherry on top? Okay, so this isn’t a “real” cupcake as in cake – it’s still just as adorable.
A few years back, I found a store that carried quail – as in the little birds and the tiny eggs. I had always wanted to try quail eggs. They are so small and cute. I wondered about the flavor.
Growing up, my mother cooked up some wonderful Chorizo. Ours came in a can, packed in lard, from Spain. Relatives passing through on their worldly travels always remembered to bring a can – knowing how much my Dad loved the stuff with his eggs in the morning.
Lately, I’ve been in a breakfast frame of mind. I adore weekends – those mornings when there is no need for my guys to rush out the door and skip the most important meal of the day – breakfast. During the holidays, with the long weekends it gave my guys that precious time to savor the mornings. Omelettes, scrambled eggs, piles of buttery pancakes – this breakfast loving gal has been in heaven! It’s always a treat when we can start our mornings together, sitting down to a nice, hot breakfast. Can you tell – I adore spending time with Hubby and Kiddo.