Perfect little portion controlled hash brown nests filled with eggs, cheese and ham. You can fill these little babies with any combination of ingredients. I used what I had on hand and they turned out wonderful. Leftovers can be reheated to eat throughout the week.
For lots of folks, the arrival of Fall means cooler temperatures, heartier meals, warmer clothes, pumpkin patches, and football! When the leaves start falling, the team spirit ramps up. With football games, come the tailgate parties, and you can't have an official tailgate party without food.
Banana lovers will love these low fat pancakes. The flavor of banana nut bread in a pancake, made with whole wheat flour, potassium rich bananas and fiber rich walnuts, which are also high in omega 3 fatty acids. Delicious topped with agave or maple syrup (extra points).
God I love hangovers. Not weekday, rush-off-to-work hangovers, but the weekenders. The ones where you wake up; roll over; doze for another half hour; and then finally, slowly, carefully lift your swollen face from the pillow and plod into the kitchen.
I love making a batch of these mini egg omelets - they are EASY to make, and I have breakfast ready for the next few days. I pop them in the microwave for one minute and they taste as good as when I first made them.
One of my favorite parts of having a food blog is trying foods I might never have made before. Being a part of the Secret Recipe Club has opened my culinary horizons and this month is no exception. As soon as I saw the recipe for Ham and Cheese Rosti on PheMOMenom I knew that...
Ok, what is up with eggs?!!? They seem to be in everything lately! From topping pizzas, to burgers (shout out to Blanc, for KC locals!), to garnishing soups...apparently the incredible, edible egg is now tres chic. Intriguing, but I'm all for it!
Let's talk breakfast... the most important meal of the day right? Well, who knows for sure, but all I know is that breakfast food is ah-mazing! Fried eggs, scrambled eggs, omelettes, biscuits, gravy, bacon, french toast... I could go on all day. Probably one of the most iconic breakfast foods is good ol' pancakes!
I remember the first time I tried a croque monsieur sandwich. It was at a tiny little French café in the heart of suburban Kanas City, an unlikely location to find authentic French food, especially ten plus years ago.