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The Breakfast Table | Italian Baked Eggs with Goat Cheese and Basil

Our Sunday morning breakfast routine had fallen into a serious rut. Eggs (scrambled or poached), bacon, toast. Every week. Sometimes we’d tuck our scrambled eggs into warm corn tortillas with Cholula and cheddar or swap out sausage for the bacon, but it was almost always a variation on the theme. 400 more words

Vegetarian

Savoury chickpea pancake

I got the inspiration for this meal in Israel, where I had a variation of it as a breakfast. Some weeks ago, I bought chickpea flour and tried it at home – and instantly fell in love with it. 227 more words

Food

Stuffed and Pan-Fried Zucchini Flowers

For years at the Farmers market I would see these zucchini blossoms/flowers and wonder what the heck you do with them. Sure they look pretty but can you cook with them and eat them. 815 more words

Main Dishes

Arugula Salad with Honey Lemon Vinaigrette and Goat Cheese Medallions

Arugula Salad with Honey Lemon Vinaigrette and Goat Cheese Medallions 

Such a long name for a recipe.  But I wanted to make sure the best components are mentioned in the title.  645 more words

Meatless

Argentine Empanadas

Adapted and translated from cocinerosargentinos.com

Empanadas are at the core of Argentine cuisine. Of course, other South American countries also claim empandas as their own but each country has a different style. 988 more words

Vegetarian

Figs Roasted with Honey Goat Cheese and Prosciutto

For me figs are one of the best foods Fall has to offer.  Dark, autumnal and vaguely naughty, they are a seasonal food that is quite literally “here today, gone tomorrow”.   423 more words

Featured

Take-out Tuesday, Figgy Pistachio Chicken with Balsamic Glaze

This dish got rave reviews from HHjr, he proclaimed it an amazing combo of flavors and contrasts…

Pretty fancy for Take-out Tuesday, right?

But guess what, I made this after a long hot day of running around town when cooking was the last thing I wanted to do… 727 more words

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