Tag Archives: Eggs

Recipe: Bacon-Mizuna Frittata

Eggs are great. Eggs are awesome. One of nature’s best fast foods, no doubt. But my gawd, they get old after a while, don’t they? It was time to shake things up. Inspired somewhat by the flavors in pork fried rice, which features big bites of scrambled egg, this frittata was born. Savory bacon, bitter […]

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Quick and Dirty! Greens n’ Eggs & Bacon-Blue Cheese Burgers

Two quickies for y’all today. The first recipe is a great morning option, especially for you Whole30ers. The second one is a great way to break that Whole30 to smithereens. On day 31 of course! We all need new ways to insert more greens into our lives, and breakfast eggs are a wide open opportunity. […]

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Recipe: Baked Eggs w/ Tomato Sauce

This was a magically simple dinner option for an easy-going evening. Nothing fancy, a short ingredient list, and maximum flavor. I think we call that #winning. Thanks to Epicurious.com for the template. Baked Eggs w/ Tomato Sauce 2-3 Tbsp. coconut oil or cooking fat of choice 1 onion, diced 6 button mushrooms, sliced thinly 2 […]

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Recipe: Pumpkin Frittata

I think. I think this is a frittata. Something like that, anyway. I dreamed this up and hoped it would work, because I needed something to break up the breakfast boredom. If you’re in the mood for something sweet-ish without actually being sweet, this is a good one. As is, it’s Whole30 compliant, but if […]

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Recipe: Quick & Dirty! Bacon Green Chile Frittata

In case you haven’t noticed, bacon and green chile go very well together. Also, green chile and eggs. Also, bacon, green chile, and eggs. When I lived in New Mexico, the combo was the ultimate hangover soother. And whaddya know? It’s still great, even though I rarely have hangovers. Add whatever you’d like to this. […]

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Recipe Shout-Out: Grilled Tuna Salade Niçoise

This one is just too amazing to keep to myself, thank you Epicurious.com (here, and P.S.—Be sure to click on the link in the recipe to “boiling salted water” and read the reviews there). I make this at least once a summer when all of this is seasonally available at my Farmers’ Market. And surprisingly, […]

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Recipe: Prosciutto Omelet w/ Rosemary-Tomato Salsa

I’m guessing that those of you with M-F jobs might haphazardly scramble some eggs while you’re looking for your keys and running out the door. Going Paleo/Primal was probably scary for breakfast, because without the ol’ standby of dry, cardboard flakes in a bowl, anything else tests your ability to show up to work on […]

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Recipe: Steak and Eggs w/ Avocado Salsa

This is obviously not a Wednesday-morning-on-the-way-to-work kinda recipe, but if you have a quiet, lazy Sunday in your future, this one is worth the little bit of extra effort. Or this would make a great dinner if you’re all frittata-ed out. If you don’t have any leftover steak—a habit you may want to cultivate since […]

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Recipe: Quick and Dirty! Lonely Girl’s Frittata

You know the story. Out-of-town visitors have just left and the fridge is empty, but you’re too tired to go the grocery store. Besides, you’ve been cooking a lot for their visit, and you just can’t concoct another meal. Kiddo’s in bed and the hubster’s working, so there’s no one to impress but yourself. *Sigh* […]

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Backyard Tandoor

When I switched over to Primal, I began to run through my favorite types of food to see what I could still eat. I got to Indian food and after a brief semi-panic (No naan! No chickpeas! No potatoes! No lentils! No rice!), I realized with a sigh, “Ahh…tandoori!” Now, the NY Times is telling […]

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