Enjoy an easy, make-ahead egg dish full of flavor. This Sausage Vegetable Frittata is great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Next month my brother is getting married. Though he and his fiancee live in Santa Clarita, they’re holding their wedding in Carlsbad, not too far from where we live. He went to college here, and […]
Wake your people up with the aroma of carne asada grilling. Jace’s Breakfast Burritos will make everyone’s weekend! My youngest brother is named Jace. I was almost 14 when he was born, so we lived very different childhoods. He’s closer in age to my kids than I am to him. Both my brothers went to college […]
Enjoy an easy and customizable first meal of the day with breakfasts bowls topped with sausage, vegetables, eggs and anything else you like. I’ve come to find that I love the casual feel of serving breakfast bowls. Like rice bowls for dinner they make an easy meal that folks can customize however they like. You […]
Rice bowls are the perfect answer to what’s for dinner if you don’t know what to make or don’t have a lot of time. They are quick, easy, and delicious.
These “ranchers eggs” are such a great thing to wake up to. Huevos Rancheros also makes a great quick supper.
A Cobb Salad is full of flavor so it never need be boring. This one with ham and turkey gets dressed up with bacon and leeks.
This quiche, rich with ham, Gruyere Cheese, and Leeks will make any breakfast, lunch, or dinner shine.
One thing that relieves my fears about using raw eggs is to use pasteurized eggs, like Davidson’s Safe Eggs, when I make homemade mayonnaise or chocolate mousse.
Stir up a hearty sweet potato hash with brussels sprouts and mushrooms. Eggs nestled in the vegetables bring protein to a tasty, power-packed meal, perfect for a Whole 30. As the end of the Pantry Challenge nears and FishBoy17 and I gear up for a Whole 30 next month, I’ve been scrolling through pics and […]
Enjoy the flavors of summer eggplant and squash in this easy oven-roasted ratatouille. I’m a lifelong francophile. I’ve loved French culture since I was about five years old. I studied French literature in college, just because really, since there are few “practical” reasons for majoring in French literature. I had the amazing opportunity — […]