These were born of "I have no idea what to cook for breakfast" and "leftovers are overrunning the fridge." I'm sorry to say I have no well-defined recipe to offer because I winged that mother. I had cooked rice, so I tossed a few handfuls of rice in the bowl. Leftover pork chop, so I... Continue Reading →
... you make a cheese and egg noodles omelet so the carbohydrate is built into your breakfast. The topping is parmesan, smoked paprika, and celery salt.
I cut the bread an inch and a half thick and *soaked* it in the egg & milk & probably more vanilla extract than *you* would add & dark brown sugar & cardamom & a teeny pinch of salt mix so it'll be nice and custardy and delicious all the way through. Use medium heat... Continue Reading →
So, whole pork loin, if you can catch a decent price or sale, weighs in at less than a buck and a half per pound. Good price for good lean meat. Mine, above, is a little shorter than when I bought it because I cut about a pound off the end to make delicious schnitzel.... Continue Reading →
If you don't "got chai", I have been playing with recipes and variations for a few months and have settled on a recipe that I really enjoy. Maybe you'll enjoy it too -- you might want to start with half quantities if you're not used to highly spiced food and drink. This version makes... Continue Reading →
Because it was delicious, and I feel like writing something right now. So: the family-sized breakfast sandwich I made, from bottom to top: --1 loaf of Italian bread, split lengthwise, liberally smeared with butter, parsley, oregano, garlic powder, pepper, salt. Grilled until surface is crisp (In my case, on a hot electric skillet. More power... Continue Reading →