Terrifying, really. We don’t know what’s going to happen, but we know that it’s bad. And we know that if we’re going to make it less bad, we have to spend a lot of time away from other people, for an amount of time that may be a matter of weeks, but also may be many months. We don’t know, we’re going to have to see.
Pies, strawberries, rhubarb, are all synonymous with summer. So we created these- individual treats served with a cool, vegan whipped cream. .
SUGGESTED ADD-IN: Fully cooked and crumbled breakfast sausage or chorizo of choice
Yes, you can make them the night before and refrigerate them overnight! Let them sit on the counter top for a good 45 minutes to an hour before baking.
Pizza in the morning?! The kids will be rushing down to the kitchen when they hear about this! This pizza omelet is quick, easy, and simply irresistible, no matter how busy you are in the morning.
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But it doesn’t have to be this way! We’re obsessed with quick dinners, and, with a little bit of creative thinking, we’ve come up with some surprisingly simple dinners that will transform the weeknight meal from a hassle to a pleasure.
Let’s taco-bout the ultimate breakfast shall we? I believe in tacos for every meal of the day, especially when they can be put together fast. Stuffed with leftover shredded beef, sweet peppers, and scrambled eggs, this will be a new family favorite.
This filling roasted Mediterranean vegetable and sardine salad comes with juicy tomatoes golden sourdough croutons...
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Colorful asparagus, hearty potatoes, and savory pancetta form this delicious spring-inspired breakfast skillet hash that will have you saying, “I’d put an egg on that!”
There are so many worthy recipes that it makes little sense to try to enumerate some favorites or ones that I intend to make. However, perusing these makes it clear that while some will be challenging for the amateur cook, others are quite within the reach of such an audience--with the promise of some great tasting dishes!
I like to dice up a bunch of veggies, like carrots, sweet potato, zucchini, and peppers, and add them to my meat.
One thing I learned from working in a steakhouse is to roast your veggies with tomato paste spooned over the top until they’re crispy and charred.
Best done on a grill, this recipe keeps it simple with butter, lemon, and a dash of hot sauce.
This is, by far, the best Monte Cristo sandwich (in my humble opinion)! This gourmet sandwich is a Mediterranean take on the Monte Cristo and is perfect when you are craving Greek flavors like Kalamata black olive and feta. Ham, grape leaves, a lemony, garlic aioli and melty cheese bring it together to make the best Monte Cristo you've ever had!
Gail’s Bakery‘s flaky cinnamon buns are exactly the sort of joyfully crisp, sugar-coated treat you...