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Frittata with Crab, Spinach, and Artichokes

What is the difference between a frittata and an omelet? An omelet is typically made for one. The eggs are folded and may or may not have a filling of some kind and they are cooked over a medium-high heat … Continue reading

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Tater Tot Breakfast Casserole

Yesterday was National Tater Tot day – and I missed it! BUT I didn’t miss a great tater tot dish! Tater tots were invented in 1953 by Ore-Ida (Oregon-Idaho). They were made popular by Sonic Drive-thru and they are still … Continue reading

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Christmas Brunch – Frittata & Lox Sandwich with Caper Cream and Mock-Sangria

Can you believe tomorrow is Christmas? I love waking up and enjoying a cup of coffee by the fire and watching everyone open gifts. And I love to have a brunch that doesn’t take a lot of work afterwards! Here … Continue reading

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Crispy Tostados for Breakfast

Most days we eat cereal or a granola bar for breakfast, but some days require a filling, satisfying meal. Just add a side of fruit to these breakfast tostados and you will be satisfied for hours!

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Polenta and Eggs – Mexican Style

When I make polenta, I usually make a large batch and freeze some. It works great for a meal on the fly! In this time of pantry cooking, using leftovers and trying to avoid the market, I pulled things out … Continue reading

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