Olive Oil Poached Eggs with Toast Points and Hot Honey for Why I Never Finished My Dissertation

It’s a first today at EE…the first collection of poetry that I’ve reviewed here and paired with a recipe. Enjoy this slim volume of verse along with a most excellent breakfast option. . . . → Read More: Olive Oil Poached Eggs with Toast Points and Hot Honey for Why I Never Finished My Dissertation

Granola Waffles

No book review today. No link ups. No Food ‘n Flix or Cook the Books. As novel as it is, here’s an original recipe for a delicious, hearty and mostly healthy breakfast staple: Granola Waffles! . . . → Read More: Granola Waffles

Strawberry-Jasmine Jam for The Girl in the Painting

Welcome to the latest stop on the TLC Book Tour, one for The Girl in the Painting by Tea Cooper. I did receive a free copy for an honest review.

About the Book:

A young prodigy in need of family. A painting that shatters a woman’s peace. And a decades-old mystery demanding to . . . → Read More: Strawberry-Jasmine Jam for The Girl in the Painting

Roasted Vegetable Frittata

I do not use my book of Plenty often enough. The recipes I have made from its pages are outstanding like Two-Potato Vindaloo and Freekeh Pilaf. I’ve also made his Multi-Vegetable Paella (80) which is fantastic. I just didn’t post it. 🙁

I pulled it back out recently and earmarked some recipes . . . → Read More: Roasted Vegetable Frittata

“Tio Mario’s Famous Chile Con Carne Colorado-Style Burritos” for Cook the Books

This Cook the Books round features Where I Come From: Life Lessons from a Latino Chef by Aarón Sánchez. It’s an honest look at the world of cooking and the chef himself. These burritos, attributed to his uncle, are worth the time to make. The book is more than worthy to pick up. Delicious! . . . → Read More: “Tio Mario’s Famous Chile Con Carne Colorado-Style Burritos” for Cook the Books

Whiskey-Cherry-Pecan Cookies

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Enjoy these whiskey spiked cookies to celebrate the holiday. This is also the featured recipe for March’s Food ‘n Flix feature film: P.S. I Love You. . . . → Read More: Whiskey-Cherry-Pecan Cookies

Sourdough Granola Muffins

These granola muffins are a great grab-n-go breakfast. Use your sourdough discard and toss in whatever you like: dried fruit, more nuts. If you don’t have granola, use some oatmeal with a bit of cinnamon. Hope you enjoy! . . . → Read More: Sourdough Granola Muffins

“In My Kitchen” March 2021

Let’s see, besides Snowmageddon, what’s been happening at EE for February? A Valentine’s Day dinner, some new towels, a great tea find, Penzey spices, and hoarding canning lids. See what else is happening “In My Kitchen.” . . . → Read More: “In My Kitchen” March 2021

Dandelion Jelly and Falling from Trees

Good morning! Is Spring even getting close to emerging where you are? I am actually writing this post on an early February morning when it is -11F. New record low of course…just another 100 year weather occurrence which seems to be happening more and more.

Weather and climate change are catalysts for a new short . . . → Read More: Dandelion Jelly and Falling from Trees

Spicy Lentil Soup

Tired of snow, polar vortexes, COVID? This soup will make your day a whole lot brighter. You can seriously make this with what’s in your pantry and fridge. It’s nothing fancy but it can be a bright spot in your day (or week). . . . → Read More: Spicy Lentil Soup