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Smoked Salmon Benedict Recipe From Executive Chef Chad McDonald

The Westin Phoenix Downtown is pleased to announce that Chad McDonald has been appointed to executive chef of the hotel. McDonald brings with him many years of culinary experience, passion and inspiration to his new role. We are happy to say he has shared his recipe for Smoked Salmon Benedict to share with...

Avocado Eggs Benedict

Brenda and I both have a strong passion for testing Eggs Benedict of any variety. The recipe from Simplot Foods is quite good. I would use fresh avocado, as I always have it available. Avocado Eggs Benedict  Ingredients Hollandaise Sauce, prepared 16 oz Pimenton, smoked paprika 1/2 tsp English Muffin, split...

Ispanakli Omlet (Spinach Omelette) from Mandarin Boutique Hotel

This recipe comes from the Mandarin Boutique Hotel on the Southwest Turkish Coast. We sailed on a gullet in this area, well over a decade ago–a trip I’d repeat. Ispanakli Omlet – Spinach Omelette Ingredients: 500g fresh spinach, chopped 1 medium onion, finely chopped 4 eggs 1 tbsp butter 1 tsp salt 1 tsp...

White Bean, Sausage and Asiago Frittata

I’ve always enjoyed beans, simple, doctored, or fixed just about any way. But this recipe from Bush’s with white beans,eggs,  sausage and Asiago is delicious. I have also used chopped ham instead of sausage for a variety. I hope you enjoy. Create a versatile egg dish. Bush’s Best® Great Northern Bean egg...

Roasted Root Vegetable Pie from King Artur Flour

At this time of year pies and casseroles start to play more of a role. Brenda and I were fortunate to take a class at King Arthur Flour in Norwich, VT. I’ve learned to check their website for new and old recipes. This is a new one that is very tasty. A savory pie crust redolent of herbs, and a rich potato...

Creative Kitchen and Eggs

Today I received some unbelievable fun photos labeled Creative Kitchen. I checked to see if the photographer who sent them, knew the photographer who captured these images, so I could credit appropriately. He didn’t. They are too good not to share, so I’ll be sharing a few at a time. The first set is on a...

Puffy Corn Omelet and Caramel French Toast from the Olalliberry Inn

Several months ago we were in Cambria, CA and invited to stop by the Olalliberrry Inn for a glass of wine with the guests. As we walked around the property and saw the setting of this B&B on the banks of the Santa Rosa Creek, guests were enjoying the atmosphere and wine.. This home, built in 1873 is one of...

Ex Chef, Simon Geare’s Blue Cheese & Onion Tart

The Yarra Valley Conference Center, Executive Chef, Simon Geare, shares his very popular Blue Cheese & Onion Tart. Perfect for lunch or a light dinner. Norm and I visited the Conference Center earlier this year. Blue Cheese & Onion Tart What you will need: 3 cups finely sliced Onion 100g (about 3.5 ounces)...

Creamy Scrambeled Eggs with Greens

We made these French style eggs today in an old farm home kitchen in chilly New England. The daffodils were poking up through the melting snow. Maralyn and I love this method of scrambling eggs. With advice from Ina Garten and Edible Boston, we keep perfecting our technique. Ingredients for 2 servings 3...

Cheesy Eggs

Tastes–Cheesy Eggs It is  a cool Sunday morning and I am still longing for the soufflé Maralyn and I raved about in Lyon, France in January. Too lazy to go out, I made a mock soufflé using ingredients on hand. This is a recipe I have enjoyed  since the 70’s for quick and easy brunches. I think it originally...

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