Treat your mother to cheesy scrambled eggs and ramp toast this Sunday.
Marinara poached eggs with sausage is a very comforting meal, ideal for those mornings when perhaps you went too far the night before.
This dish gives you protein in the form of eggs and sausage in oodles of marinara sauce high in vitamin C. It’s so good.
I love cooking in my cast iron skillet, and it does a great job as the vessel for today’s recipe – skillet baked sausage potatoes and peppers.
Skillet baked sausage potatoes and peppers makes for a great meal for two. Or the foundation for brunch – just add eggs. Or a family-style side dish for four. It’s a truly versatile dish for all to enjoy.
There are those late mornings when nothing else will do other than a buttery pastry filled with cured meat and cheese and today’s recipe is just that. Pancetta Brie Honey Croissants – pure yum!
Each croissant is filled with cooked pancetta, a slab of brie and topped with a slice of honeycomb. Pure yum! Or did I say that already?
Turkey sausage skillet with crispy potatoes is a great one for anyone in the family. The vibrant colors of the ingredients will entice everyone. It will appeal to the senses of young ones too. This is also a great meal for afterwork, it takes no time to rustle up, and the ingredients are always so easy to find.
Who doesn’t love brunch on a Saturday or Sunday? I usually opt for eggs for brunch with some sort of breakfast meat or fish. There are times though, when I avoid eating meat. Not often, but there are times. On those days potato zucchini frittata works a treat.
Finding a great hangover breakfast or brunch is always difficult when in need. Now I’m not recommending you overdo it with the drinking, but if you do, beef and sweet potato hash is an expert recovery meal. It’s lean, nourishing and above all, gosh darn tasty.
Instead of toasting a couple of muffins with eggs and bacon, how about adding a burger patty to that collection of breakfast foods and make yourself a brunch burger this July 4th?
Pork milanese served with a simple salad is a great meal anytime. I like it for lunch or brunch, it also makes for a nice light evening meal.
Today’s recipe is a quick and easy, a have anytime dish – tuna and kale quiche. I’ve made this quiche so many times; I think I’ve made it close to ten times in the last three months. My friends love it, they start to hover over it as soon as I remove it from the oven. It’s great anytime, so it doesn’t really last very long.