Stir Fry Sriracha Noodles

Stir Fry Sriracha Noodles

Hangover food alert! You may have noticed that I’ve been adding more and more cocktails to the website recently (if you haven’t I highly recommend The Pelagic). That means some mornings call for hangover meals. As I don’t live anywhere near a SoCal breakfast burrito 

Tortilla Breakfast Rolls

Tortilla Breakfast Rolls

I’ve been watching a lot of Netflix during the quarantine (who hasn’t) and one of the shows I recently came across was Nadiya’s Time To Eat. The show’s host is Season 6 winner of The Great British Baking Show, and it is all about easy 

Challah French Toast

Challah French Toast

Last week I posted how to make a traditional Challah Bread, but even then I mentioned one of the best things to do with said bread is make French toast. Pretty much anytime I make fresh bread I save a few slices for the next 

Ukrainian Chebureki (Чебурек)

Ukrainian Chebureki (Чебурек)

Ukrainian Chebureki, written Чебурек, is a popular turnover pastry usually eaten as a street food or snack. It is a Crimean Tatar dish but popular all over Eastern Europe and central Asia. Alona’s family is from Crimea so this is a dish I’ve had quite 

Indian Bread Omelet

Indian Bread Omelet

So last week I followed the trend and made the wildly popular 1932 depression-era Peanut Butter Bread. I figure, it seemed to do really well on my blog, so why not follow the trend this week and try this Indian Bread Omelet. To be honest 

Soft Scrambled Eggs With Salmon

Soft Scrambled Eggs With Salmon

Scrambled eggs are a classic breakfast, and soft scrambled eggs are my favorite way to make them. Essentially they are just eggs that have been agitated a lot while cooking at a low temperature so the eggs have a very silky consistency. The real key 

Peanut Butter Bread French Toast

Peanut Butter Bread French Toast

Well after making the wildly popular 1932 Depression-era Peanut Butter Bread I wanted to see what other recipes I could do. I like making multiple ingredients per key ingredient, so I already used this bread as a base for my just posted Quail Salad, but 

Maple Syrup Souffle

Maple Syrup Souffle

This maple syrup souffle only needs four ingredients and comes out beautifully every time. I’ve been on a souffle kick recently (check my Cinnamon Banana Souffle), so always trying to figure out what flavors to do next. If you thought souffles are difficult, think again. 

Cinnamon Banana Soufflé

Cinnamon Banana Soufflé

This cinnamon banana soufflé recipe is extremely easy, and it actually makes a fantastic breakfast. The best part is there is no flour, very little sugar, and no unhealthy additives. That makes this healthy choice a great option when making something to impress on a 

Baked Egg Cups (Oeufs Cocotte)

Baked Egg Cups (Oeufs Cocotte)

This simple recipe for baked egg cups has a few different names around the world. In France they are Oeufs Cocotte, the English call them Shirred Eggs, and where I live people will just call them baked eggs. All you need is an assortment of