Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict with Mustard- Dill Sauce is a pretty, scrumptious, lighter version of traditional eggs benedict. Recently, I started poaching eggs instead of frying them, as I prefer the more delicate texture of a poached egg. One morning as I was debating how to serve Robert his poached egg, I decided to create a version of… Read more »
The other day while grocery shopping I found product from the Canadian bakery Ozery that I hadn’t seen before, called “Whole Wheat One Bun”. They looked pretty much like a soft taco made out of bread to me, and I love tacos, so I decided to give them a try. The other morning, Robert asked… Read more »
I’m always looking for new breakfast ideas that can be made quickly, with ingredients on hand. The other morning I started to make my yummy Greek omelet that featured tomatoes, feta cheese, avocado and Tzatziki sauce (recipe here), but discovered I didn’t have any Tzatziki sauce on hand. I did have the tomatoes and feta,… Read more »
Crepes? Are they back in style again? I guess so! Earlier this month at the IACP (International Association of Culinary Professionals) conference in New York City, I went to a session lead by Chef Sarah Moulton on “How to Conduct a Killer Cooking Demo”, in which she made – yes – crepes. The next day,… Read more »
Below I offer you one of my morning favorites – the omelet. There are infinite ways to make this dish, and I’m giving you two of my go-to recipes. You’ll notice right away that both of these omelet recipes call for egg whites – and only one whole egg total. By cooking just the egg… Read more »
Back in the ‘80s and early ‘90s there was a fabulous restaurant in Denver called the Mocha Café. I loved going there for breakfast or brunch, and my favorite dish was their green chile burrito. I decided to create my own, healthy version of this delectable egg dish. It comes together in minutes, so no… Read more »
This is the best banana bread recipe we have found – the secret is the buttermilk that makes it very moist and flavorful. Did you know that you can freeze bananas? Yes, you can! If they are very ripe/dark brown and you don’t have time to make this banana bread, just throw the bananas in… Read more »
A refreshing, delicious salad for a brunch, this dish is best made when mango, papaya and peaches are in season.
This recipe has been a family favorite for years. We love to serve these rolls as part of our Christmas breakfast. We make them the night before leaving more time for present opening Christmas morning!