Sweet and Spicy Breakfast Sandwich with sausage, white cheddar, a fried egg, and raspberry preserves. Served on a buttermilk biscuit! This year for Mother’s Day, I’ve partnered with Bonne Maman to create the perfect breakfast in bed dish. There are a few key elements that make a dish great for breakfast in bed: It’s got
Sweet and Spicy Bacon inspired by the famous Chronic Bacon at Nashville’s Biscuit Love. A rub of brown sugar, cayenne pepper & spices make this bacon sweet, spicy & smokey. This post is sponsored by OhioPork.Org. All opinions are my own. Before we get to the bacon, let’s start with the important stuff. I’m working with the
Buttermilk Biscuits — This is my favorite recipe for flaky and tender buttermilk biscuits! These versatile biscuits are good for everything from biscuits and gravy to strawberry shortcake, or for just eating with some butter and honey or jam! Beaten biscuits… Touch of grace biscuits… super flaky biscuits… drop biscuits… All of these biscuits are delicious and
I eat oatmeal nearly every morning for breakfast. I’ve trained myself into a routine for consistency and health purposes. I open up a packet of plain oatmeal, microwave it with some water, and add just enough brown sugar and cinnamon to make it edible. I eat it quickly while skimming my email and the news
Take a look at the cream cheese coffee cake above and you’ll notice that it isn’t perfect. Here’s a closer look so you can see what I’m talking about… I sprayed my pan well, waited for the cake to cool, and used an offset spatula to loosen the edges. Even though I did everything right,
When I was 4 years old, I went through a phase where I only wanted to wear clothes with fruit on them. My mom searched far and wide and came up with several fruit outfits — t-shirts, shorts, jumpers and even a few pairs of pajamas — all featuring strawberries, cherries, pineapple, watermelon, and other fruit designs. It’s
My love for food and cooking comes from my mom. My mom is a great cook but her mother (my grandma) admittedly hates cooking. My grandma, while good at many things, does not enjoy cooking or anything having to do with the kitchen (other than clipping recipes out of the newspaper and mailing them to me). But
For the next stop on the Rice Pudding Around the World series, we’re headed to the Philippines… When asked about my favorite cities and countries around the world, my two answers are Paris and the Philippines. Paris is a given, but my response of the Philippines is often met with a bit of surprise. A few years ago I studied
I like the idea of freshly baked sticky buns on a cold, snowy weekend morning. But, I like the idea much more than the actual work and preparation of making the dough the night before, then waking up early to proof, assemble and bake the sticky pans. That’s a lot of work for a weekend.
I don’t enjoy grocery shopping. It always seems to take longer than it should when I can never manage to find what I need in my uncomfortably crowded local store. Instead of dreading it all weekend, I’ve started forcing myself to go to the store on Sunday mornings as soon as I get up.