From the category archives:

Breakfast

Brunch Quesadilla, Flay Style

November 4, 2007
Quesadilla for Breakfast

Last night, dead tired, I tumbled into bed somewhat early.  I picked up a book for a little bedtime reading.  It just happened to be this book: Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill Cookbook: Explosive Flavors from the Southwestern Kitchen Read more about this book here… I wasn’t awake for long… just long enough to become obsessed […]

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IMBB 13: My Little Cupcake (Or Muffin)

March 24, 2005
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Bacon and Cheese Puff Muffins This month’s Is My Blog Burning event was hosted by I Was Just Really Hungry. The theme: My Little Cupcake (Or Muffin). Hmmmm. I like to eat cupcakes – who doesn’t? But I am not much of a baker. No offense to any of the bakers out there, but I […]

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Bacon and Potato Frittata

January 16, 2005

I seldom eat breakfast. I’m simply not a cereal person in the mornings. If I do eat breakfast, I want a real breakfast – eggs, bacon, potatoes… you know, something that sticks to your ribs, particularly when it’s five degrees below zero outside. So why not combine it all into one easy and good dish? […]

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Hearty Breakfast

August 8, 2004

In my much younger, and very much more foolish days, I would stay out all night accompanied by friends and beer, and then greet the dawning day with lots of coffee and a “Farmer’s Skillet” at the 24-hour diner. The Farmer’s Skillet was just hashbrowns with onions, peppers, sausage, eggs and cheese sauce. The beauty […]

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Weisswurst: Breakfast of Champions

May 11, 2004
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Eggs with Weisswurst

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Saturday Breakfast

April 10, 2004
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Goat Cheese and Sausage Frittata 4 eggs Italian seasonings Salt and pepper to taste crumbled goat cheese cooked, chopped breakfast sausage Parmesan cheese, grated Mix eggs with seasonings. Cook on top of stove in oven proof skillet until starting to set. Add goat cheese, sausage, and parmesan cheese. Finish under broiler – approximately 5 minutes […]

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