Black bean cakes packed with hot sauce and herbs give this dish a Mexican touch. Make everything except the fried eggs in advance and just reheat, assemble, and serve for your next brunch. Based on a recipe from chow.com.
A great name for a great dish, this Pennsylvania Dutch breakfast is a bit quirky, really filling, and super simple. Top it with a drizzle of maple syrup or some cinnamon sugar, and you’re sure to agree that it’s tasty no matter what you call it.
This recipe was featured as part of our Cold-Weather Comfort Food Menu on Chow.com
Ok, so you all have got me into the x-rated fusion liqueur. SO, the other night I was looking for something to mix it with and did not have any Fresca (sorry Kim) BUT I had Ginger Ale. The result - a lovely combination if I do say so myself.
This is a recipe that was dictated to me by a friend during lunch out. Her DH and two teen aged sons love this and it is simple as pie to make, LOL. Very versitile, you can use different cheeses, cooked beef or sauteed veges instead of chicken, and any kind of salsa you like.
I had these fabulous cookies during a wine dinner weekend at an inn in Ogonquit Maine. The recipe is courtesy of the caterer, but they give credit to the San Francisco ala Carte, a cookbook by the Junior League of San Francisco, 1979.
I got some delicata squash from my organic food basket. I wanted to serve them stuffed, so I came up with this recipe, adapted from other recipes I have found. Also, you can eat the skin of the delicata squash, so this recipe is ultra simple to make and eat!
This is from the Olive Garden, I had this for lunch and was so impressed I went on to the Olive Garden website, and there it was. Delicious and low in fat and calories. OG does not serve pasta with this, so it is a nice light meal, served with salad and bread sticks, of course.