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Grilled Egg and Cheese Recipe

Grilled Egg and Cheese Recipe
Are you guys as obsessed with grilled cheese sandwiches as I am? I am a true grilled cheese lover. And adding a egg just blows all other grilled cheeses out of the water. What do you call egg-in-toast? I actually love eating the little cut out of toast, so I don’t think of them as leftovers at all. How is everyone’s 2014 going so far? Grilled Egg and Cheese Recipeserves 11 tablespoon butter1/4 cup shredded cheddar (I like a fine shred as opposed to a coarse one, when it grills up it’s lacier and crispier)1 slice thick toast, a hole cut out1 eggIn a non-stick pan, over medium-low heat, melt 1/2 tablespoon of butter, swirling the pan to evenly coat. PS – Some other obsession worthy grilled cheeses: Pierogi Grilled Cheese, Classic Grilled and Crab Rangoon Grilled Cheese. Related:  comida

Tarte Flambée Recipe Are you ever in a restaurant, deep in scintillating conversation when a fabulous plate of food passes by on the way to another table? Suddenly, you forget just what fascinating tidbit your table-mate was telling you. They might have been talking about their brand-new wiener dog puppy or how they just got tickets to a sold out show, but all you can think about is the plate. Thoughts fly through your head: what is it, where is it, I want it! That’s when you start to do the awkward dance where you try to get your server’s attention and discreetly point out the plate. I’m one of those horrible diners that’s always looking around me to see what everyone else is eating. Tarte flambée is basically a pizza topped with crème fraîche, thinly sliced onions and lardon. I am square, I am flame kissed: I AM TARTE FLAMBÉE!

Cooking For Engineers - Step by Step Recipes and Food for the Analytically Minded 30 Foods You'll Never Have To Buy Again 126 Super Healthy Snacks (Low Calorie & High Protein) If you’re searching for healthy snacks it’s best to walk briskly past the snack aisle in stores. Many of them will be full of GMOs, preservatives, chemicals, and artificial flavors and sweeteners. This list of snack idea includes foods you can make at home, several in a matter of minutes so you can curb hunger before it gets the better of you. You’re sure to find a few favorites here, and a healthy twist on some old classics. Meaty Roll-Up A Fruit Roll-Up won’t get you too far in terms of satisfying you until it’s time for a full meal, but a Meat Roll-Up gets the job done. You’ll also be avoiding the sugar and chemicals that you’ll find in fruity packaged snacks at the store. What You Need: 2 Turkey slices (or sliced Chicken Breast, or lean Roast Beef) 1 Mini Carrot (or Celery Stalk, or Asparagus Spear) Steps: Roll the meat of your choice around the vegetable of your choice. It’s good to smell the roasted flavor and get good and ready for a snack right when the timer dings. What You Need:

Beer-Battered Fried Pickles I’m fairly certain there is nothing more satisfying to eat than a fried pickle. The sad part is that it took me 29 years to discover this. Last year I tasted my first fried pickle in an Irish pub in California and I was forever transformed. I crossed the threshold into a new phase of life—pre-fried pickle to post-fried pickle. And I’m never looking back. Thank you to TK member Kelly from Live Love Pasta (who in turn sourced the recipe from Elizabeth’s Edible Experience) for reminding me of this glorious food and inspiring me to share it with you today! The best part? Get out your trusty skillet and pour in a thick layer of oil. Next, combine the eggs and the beer in a bowl. Whisk them up well and get them nice and frothy. Sprinkle in the salt… And then little by little add the flour to the liquid ingredients. Get your pickle slices close to you while the oil heats up. Use a pair of tongs or a fork and dip them in the batter one by one. They should be nicely coated. Description Ingredients

Mini Burgers with Smoked Mozzarella and Arugula Recipe I’m obsessed with Trader Joe’s. I love how friendly they are, how they have samples all the time and their large variety of cheeses. The other day I even found tiny brie wheels! I’m not quite sure what it is about miniature food, but call me obsessed because I love it! If all food came miniaturized I would legitimately use those tiny shopping carts meant for kids and fill them up with more than just two items. I don’t actually use the miniature shopping carts. These sliders are simple super simple: just pat ground chuck into tiny patties and fry them up. Mini Burgers with Smoked Mozzarella, Caramelized Onions and Arugula Recipemakes 121 tablespoon oil1 large yellow onion, thinly sliced1 lb ground beefsalt and pepper12 slices smoked mozzarella cheese12 slider buns1-2 cups arugulaHeat up the oil over medium-low to low heat in a medium sized pot.

25 Ways to Win With Watermelon There’s something about watermelon—it just isn’t summer without it. But you can do more than just serve it in wedges or in a fruit salad. Paired with basil and feta, it becomes a savory salad, and paired with vodka it becomes…well, the best cocktail to round out the summer months. So, for National Watermelon Day (which just happens to be today), here are our top 25 watermelon recipes. 1. Watermelon Squares in Campari: We love it when things get a little boozy, and these cubes served with Campari are just right. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. What’s your favorite way to eat watermelon?

Paleo Recipes Here it is: The master index to all of my free Paleo recipes that have appeared on Nom Nom Paleo over the years! (If you stumbled on this page while looking for Paleo diet recipes but don’t know what Paleo’s all about, read up on it here.) Want my recipes in a super-powerful, insanely flexible meal planner that’ll allow you to choose and filter ingredients and dishes according to your personal preferences? Go check out the Real Plans meal planning tool—it’s a life changer! Hungry for more? Check out my Webby Award-winning iPad cookbook app—it’s packed with new, exclusive recipes as well as updated versions of some of the classic Nom Nom Paleo dishes found here. No iPad? Now let’s get cooking! Coconut Butter Ghee Guacamole Homemade Vanilla Almond Milk Leon’s Caper and Anchovy Miracle Sauce Magic Mushroom Powder Mango + Avocado Salsa Paleo Cran-Cherry Sauce Paleo Herb Gravy Paleo Mayonnaise Paleo Ranch Dressing Paleo Sriracha Spicy Peach Barbecue Sauce (Peachy Pork-A-Bobs) Tonnato Sauce Umami Gravy

Mac and Cheese Cups Share this image Share It Pin It When I first graduated from college, and was living in a dreary little apartment, mac and cheese was one of my few specialties. Hash Brown Wrapped Eggs It's been hard for me to switch gears from the whole "Stuffed" concept. It's too late to get this guy into the book, so here it is, Stuffed DVD special features! This is a play on a scotch egg, but also a Peruvian dish called papas rellenas. The key is perfectly soft boiling the eggs so that the yolk stays soft and comes running out when you cut into it. Roast the potatoes until tender. Mix with some flour, salt, herbs, and spices. Soft boil some eggs using this method. The potato mixture is mashed and ready. With well floured hands and surface, spread out some potato and roll it around your egg. Perfect. Fry em up until browned all around. Just another potato... With a suprise inside! Wait for it... Pop a little sriracha on this thing and it will be the best breakfast you have had in months!

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