Snacking In The Kitchen: Mother's Day 2010 Brunch. Happy Mother’s Day!
(Want more ideas of what to do with your cupcake pan? Check out my recipe for Sour Cherry Crustless Cheesecake Cupcakes with Sour Cherry Glaze) Back to Mother’s Day though! On the menu:Broccoli and Italian Sausage Egg MuffinsGrilled Lemon & Garlic AsparagusOrange Juice Broccoli and Italian Sausage Egg Muffins Ingredients1 pound Italian Sausage (sweet, mild, hot variety depending on your preference)1 cup broccoli florets8 large eggs1/4 cup milk (or half and half depending on how you’re feeling that day)1/2 tbsp vegetable oil1/2 tsp baking powdersalt & pepper to tasteFreshly grated Parmesan Cheese as needed Directions1.
Bacon, Egg, and Toast Cups. Apple and Bacon Stuffed Pork Chops. It’s been ridiculously hot in NYC this week!
Kramer and I have been basically living in front of our fans trying to stay cool and staying outdoors as much as possible because our little apartment definitely doesn’t have the best ventilation. We keep reminding ourselves that it’s worth it, though, because we live in the best city in the entire world! It’s supposed to cool back down into the mid-70s later this week, though, so I’m looking forward to that. I don’t miss the Arizona heat, though, even if it’s a “dry heat”. It’s still much more painful than 85 degrees plus humidity. Before the weather got so hot, I was still able to use my oven to make these delicious stuffed pork chops. Your ingredients. Tear your breadcrumbs into tiny pieces, then dice your apple. Chop your bacon into very small pieces, then fry until crisp. Add in four tablespoons of melted butter, 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon, 1/4 teaspoon sage, 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg, 2 tablespoons cheese, and a pinch of salt and pepper.
Most favorited all-time - page 2. Idaho sunrise (baked eggs and bacon in potato bowls) I probably should have poured a nice stiff drink recipe for you all on this loveliest of lovely tax days.
Especially for my fellow small business owners who just gave half of their revenue back to the government. Good grief, I won’t even go there. Instead though, I thought I’d offer my idea of a more comforting alternative. Pasta. When life is good, and when life gets crazy, I turn to pasta. And just as it has for years, this one hit the spot. Read more This past Friday night was meant for celebrating. The weather was sit-out-on-the-deck-in-the-cool-evening-breeze perfection. And a very special birthday girl turned the big 3-0. Friends, meet Stacey. Read more TGIF, friends. Hope that you all have had a lovely week, and that a relaxing weekend lies ahead. Read more Ever since my friends and I met for a tapas happy hour at our neighborhood Spanish restaurant a few weeks ago, I’ve had sangria on my mind.
Bacon and Cheddar Macaroni & Cheese. 1 Bring a medium (6- to 8-quart) pot of water to a boil.
Salt it generously (it should taste like the sea). Stir in the pasta and cook according to the package directions. Drain (but don’t rinse, or you’ll rinse away starches that will help thicken the sauce) and return to the empty pot. 2 Meanwhile, place a large (12- to 14-inch) sauté pan over high heat for several minutes. When hot, add the bacon and sauté until browned and crispy (lower the heat to medium-high if necessary to prevent scorching), about 5 minutes. Remove the pan from the heat and, using a slotted spoon or spatula, remove the bacon from the pan and drain on paper towels. 3 Pour off the fat from the pan (into a metal can or heatproof cup, not down the drain or you’ll potentially clog your pipes) and return the pan to medium-high heat.