If there is one kind of sausage we seem to have a lot of in our house, it’s got to be Chorizo. Fortunately for us, we live in a community that sprang from an agriculture based economy. In California today, agriculture communities are often Mexican or Portuguese communities.Continue reading “Mexican Chorizo Breakfast Skillet Bake”
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”
Have I mentioned that my absolute favorite meal of the day is breakfast-brunch? Pastries and pancakes and all sorts of wonderful things. If I could eat only once, it would be the morning meal. And if I had it my way, that meal would last all day.Continue reading “Mexican Brunch on a Plate”
One of the things I’m always on the look out for is a weekend Breakfast that is colorful, flavorful and comes together in a snap. This Breakfast Bake give me all that and then some.
Such bright, beautiful colors! Wonderful flavors. A little kick to spice up the day. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, or so I’ve been told. Rarely do we have time for breakfast during the week. I wish I could tell you that we make up for it on the weekends, but the truth of the matter is MAYBE with a little luck, Sundays might include breakfast at home.
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.