There’s something to be said about fresh eggs. Until you have had eggs straight from a farm or backyard flock, you have no idea what you have been missing.
I once read on a blog somewhere that having deviled eggs at every family event or holiday was a southern thing. But I have to disagree with that assumption. Having grown up in the Midwest, I don’t think I knew anyone without an egg plate – whether it was an antique one that had been…
There’s something to be said about old-fashioned recipes like this Amish Ham Salad. And there’s a reason they have been around so long. They are delicious in their classic simplicity.
Sometimes you just want something simple and effortless for supper and egg drop soup fits that order perfectly with warm broth filled with swirls of delicate egg.
Breakfast for Dinner makes a showing with these chorizo & egg burritos.
Little omelette “muffins” packed with veggies and a touch of pancetta and cheese.
Everything you love about French toast in an easy to serve breakfast casserole.
It’s been a while since I posted a recipe for my 50 States tour, so I thought it was about time I did one! Next on the list was Delaware. Delaware was a serious challenge to come up with a recipe for. I did some searching and found an old recipe called “Delaware Chicken Salad.”…
In our house, we love having breakfast for dinner. I make this casserole in a crockpot on busy days, because there is very little that needs to be done, and if I’m not home, the kids or the hubby can do the other steps for me. Then we can all enjoy this together for dinner.
This week I am featuring Colorado in my #Cooking50States tour. Of course the first thing that comes to mind when I think of Colorado and food, is the Denver Omelet!