Posts Tagged “breakfast”

Herb Fried Rice

Herb Fried Rice

This is my husband’s creation, utilizing herbs from the garden, which my youngest daughter never fails to request whenever we decide to have a big breakfast on the weekend or when we have breakfast for dinner. In the photo above, we had it with homemade tocino and scrambled eggs for a very filling breakfast. Print…

Baked French Toast

Baked French Toast

Easy, no fuss breakfast dish. Perfect with a cup of coffee and the flavors I think are improved after it has cooled to room temperature.

Tortang Talong – Eggplant Fritata

Tortang Talong – Eggplant Fritata

The garden has been doing well this year and the three Japanese eggplants have been very generous. Aside from the new recipes we’ve tried out using eggplants, this is an old standby that we always fall back on, especially for breakfast. We call this ‘tortang talong’ in the Philippines. It is basically a whole eggplant…

Cheesy Breakfast Casserole

Cheesy Breakfast Casserole

¬† A while back, I received a coupon for Simply Potatoes as part of the Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program. Simply potatoes are supposed to be fresh and never frozen, prepared potatoes. They have been peeled and shredded and some even already pre-seasoned as the Southwest Style Hash Browns that I used in this recipe. Of course,…

Breakfast Burger

Breakfast Burger

I’m not that crazy about burgers but my family, especially my husband, is. So I make burgers once in a while and when I do, I capitalize on my efforts and make a ton and freeze them. And when you’ve got a ton of frozen burgers, why not also have them for breakfast? After all,…

German Pancakes or Dutch Baby Pancakes

German Pancakes or Dutch Baby Pancakes

We found a recipe for Dutch Baby Pancakes in one of those parenting magazines a long time ago and it has become a favorite of my daughters’ since we first tried it. They loved how the batter puffs up and the flavor is really fantastic. It looks like a souffle’ when it comes out of…

Homemade Pork Tocino

Homemade Pork Tocino

(Updated 1/3/2010) We love this homemade tocino recipe and so have many of our blogging friends who have tried it. There are many different versions of making Filipino tocino out there, but very few of them use cider vinegar like this one. Most of the ones I have seen online and even in most cook…

Stewed Apples

Stewed Apples

This is another easy way of using up old or close to over ripe apples before they are tossed into the compost bin. My mother-in-law, Momma Dot introduced me to this, another Southern dish, and has been a staple on our weekend brunches¬†since. It’s quite easy to make, just peel and cut the apples into…

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