Monthly Archives: March 2010

Kitchen Sink Frittata

I’m not sure what I would do if I was forced to give up eggs. Scrambled with a side of toast and bacon. Scrambled with green chiles in a breakfast burrito. Boiled just right for egg salad. Soft boiled with … Continue reading

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Kitchen Sink Frittata

I’m not sure what I would do if I was forced to give up eggs. Scrambled with a side of toast and bacon. Scrambled with green chiles in a breakfast burrito. Boiled just right for egg salad. Soft boiled with … Continue reading

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St Patrick’s Day (Updated)

Added the corned beef on the grill (from Weber) and a few others.

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Breakfast Tacos

Personally, big fan here. Doesn’t really matter what’s in them. Eggs, of course, are a great way to start. What’s not to like about breakfast tacos?

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The Mother of All Cobblers

O, blackberry tart, with berries as big as your thumb, purple and black, and thick with juice, and a crust to endear them…with such a taste that will make you close your eyes and wish you might live forever in … Continue reading

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Impressions — Molten Chocolate Lava Cake

Here’s a great tasting little cake with a little bit of show. By timing them to come out right when you’re ready to serve, you get a mini-volcano of chocolate lava running out of the cake. It’s really, really, really … Continue reading

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Beannacht Lá Fhéile Pádraig

Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig oraibh! Gotta confess … I don’t get St Patrick’s Day. I just don’t get it. First of all, St Patrick was English, which right off the bat makes him a highly unlikely candidate for Irish immortality. … Continue reading

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March 4th: National Pound Cake Day

The term pound cake comes from the traditional recipe which required one pound each of flour, butter, eggs, and sugar. Well, not “traditional,” I guess, but original. Back in the day when the oven was heated by a wood fire … Continue reading

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