Found on foodie site, saveur.com, this easy one-pan meal is just the thing for a fulfilling breakfast that comes together in the blink of an eye. The debate rages on as to the origin of this San Francisco dish—”Joe’s” restaurant has seen several incarnations. Original Joe’s on Taylor Street, however, has had it on the menu for 59 years. Serves 2. (more…)
In this sweltering heat, if the thought of standing over your stove sautéing, steaming or baking any of your veggies makes you want to head to the nearest fast food or take-out counter, consider grilling at least some of your vegetables. In the time it takes to grill some hot dogs or a steak, you can have wonderful, tasty treats. (more…)
Found on thecoconutmama.com food blog, these bacon and egg coconut flour muffins are easy to make and are wonderful high protein breakfast option. I make a few batches of these every month so my family has a healthy, protein rich, quick breakfast option on hand. They freeze well too!
This recipe is very flexible. You can omit the sour cream if you don’t have any on hand. The sour cream makes these muffins a little less dense and more fluffy. You can also swap sausage or steak in place of the bacon if you prefer. (more…)
This recipe is from Gourmet magazine and can be found on epicurious.com. It requires lots of chopping, but is relatively easy. I generally double the recipe when I make it, because it goes very quickly. Note that the lentils may need more cooking time, depending on whether you have pre-soaked them or they are dry. Buy the pre-cooked lentils at Trader Joe’s to save time! Serves 2 generously. (more…)