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.
After my last post and days of combining fresh tomatoes, olive oil, garlic and basil piled on top toasted bread, hubs has put his foot down regarding the usage of the “B-word” around here which describes that dish. I’m not to use it anymore, say’s he’s heard it far too many times. B this, B that, “look
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