Tender young asparagus cooked in butter and olive oil and topped with poached eggs. Sided with a toasted English Muffin with homemade raspberry jam and you’ve got a beautiful Spring breakfast.
Twice baked potatoes are such a treat as a side dish for dinner, but have you ever thought about them for breakfast? How about a poached egg snuggled into the top of a light, fluffy and buttery twice baked potato and then topped with some melted cheddar cheese? And with a side of sausage
Just a quick post to talk about a version of Eggs Benedict that found it’s way to our breakfast table this past Sunday. Meteorologists had predicted a blizzard which was to bring a foot of snow to Denver. The storm was to begin early Sunday morning and not clear out until Monday morning. Correct in their
I had a crisper drawer full of chile peppers from various September and October CSA deliveries. The jalapeno’s had kept their brilliant green color, a few other varieties had turned a bright red, a couple had taken on an orange hue and some were gold and yellow. I threw them all on a baking sheet,
Bob and I are avid bird watchers. Wikipedia says: Birdwatching, or birding, is the observation and study of birds with the naked eye or through a visual enhancement device like binoculars. Birding often involves a significant auditory component, as many bird species are more readily detected and identified by ear than by eye.
So tell me, are you a dipper or a smasher? It seems there’s been a small revival of Dippy Eggs, and my friend Vickie in Montana is responsible. She recently went to California to stay with her Grandson for a week and posted a great piece about their daily breakfast, Mad Dippy Eggs. You can take a look