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Vegetable Frittata

Vegetable Frittata

If you’re looking for something a little different than the usual scrambled eggs, omelet, or sunny side up egg breakfast, this vegetable frittata recipe is the perfect alternative. This under 30 minute recipe features a colorful trio of vegetables with a splash of balsamic vinegar that brings the recipe together. This is one of my favorite Sunday morning dishes. Get the Recipe: Vegetable Fritta…

Twin-Egg Henaff French Pate

Twin-Egg Henaff French Pate

I had prepared twenty of these Twin-Egg Henaff French Pates for my students’ big day, using Henaff Chicken Liver Pate with Port Wine as it’s more economical. So if you can’t afford foie gras, this is a great alternative! Get the Recipe: Twin-Egg Henaff French Pate

Spanish Tortilla

Spanish Tortilla

Spanish Tortilla or Spanish omlette is something completely different to Mexican Tortillas. Mexican tortillas are flatbread made using flour, whereas Spanish tortillas are omlette cooked with potatoes. This simple omlette is an ideal filling breakfast on a lazy sunday morning or you can also pack these for your picnic, since they are good even when served cold. This dosen’t require any fancy p…

Farmer's Market Scramble

Farmer’s Market Scramble

The Olympics does this to you. You’ll be sitting on your butt eating Cheetos and then… blammo. You realize you’ve been eating nothing but complete crap your entire life and, DUH, if you just ate organic free-range celery, you would totally be (and look like) that beach volleyball player. Enter: the farmer’s market trip on Sunday morning. Ingredients: 4 eggs 1 tablespoon milk 1 cup chopped tomatoes 3 green…

Yummy Shrimp Omelette

Yummy Shrimp Omelette

I’m an egg fanatic & enjoy eggs of different sorts. Are you an egg lover like me? Ingredients: 4 Eggs 150g shrimps (peeled) 1 slice of Red Pepper/Capsicum (shredded) ½ Carrot (shredded) 1 stalk of Spring Onion (chopped) ½ Salt Dash of pepper ½ minced Garlic 2 tsp Extra-virgin Olive Oil Instructions: Whisk eggs lightly & add salt & pepper. Throw in spring onions, carrots & red pepper. Set as…

Croissants you can conquer

Croissants you can conquer

This recipe stems from Julia Child’s traditional Croissants and Pain au Chocolat recipe. It might seem a bit daunting at first, but you realise that’s because each step is really detailed out, to help walk you through the entire process. It makes something so complicated and challenging quite a cakewalk. And you’re sure to feel so proud of yourself at the end. So, if you’ve been…

Lemon Victoria Sandwich Cake with Raspberries, Strawberries and Clotted cream

Lemon Victoria Sandwich Cake with Raspberries, Strawberries and Clotted cream

The last day of September is a double Birthday Day in my family. So I was looking for a cake that would be simple, fast and that wouldn’t require a lot of time in the kitchen. My Facebook friend Dor from La Difference Catering offered me to cook a Classic Victoria Sandwich, so I improvised and changed couple ingredients, as well as added couple of new. Ingredients: For the batter:1 cup of sifted flour 1 cup of sug…

Fried Egg with Truffle Salt

Fried Egg with Truffle Salt

This is the best egg I have EVER eaten! I made it for breakfast one day, and couldn’t stand it and made it for lunch the next day. From the original site: It doesn’t matter what meal you eat this for, it will make you completely happy!  There is nothing –I repeat, NOTHING! — better than a fresh, organic, farmer’s market egg, fried in bacon fat, over easy, sprinkled with truffle salt.

A Waffled Croque Madame

A Waffled Croque Madame

The Novice Chef  is one of my fave food blogs!  Check out this idea: What is the difference between a Croque Madame and a Croque Monsieur? Eggs. It’s how I always tell them apart…and the easiest way to remember. A Croque Monsieur is basically a type of bread, a type of swiss cheese, and ham. A Croque Madame is all of that, but with a fried or poached egg on top. Which is exactly why women are better than men a Croque M…

Creepy Halloween Food Roundup

Creepy Halloween Food Roundup

Into interesting Halloween Food?  Check out Superpunch’s awesome roundup of spooky Halloween eats! (Several of my own creations are in the list, so keep an eye out for them!) Here’s a few photos from the Roundup to whet your appetite, but head on over to read the whole thing and get the info on making these fun treats.

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