Anyone who has even the slightest whisper of Irish in them will probably be serving corned beef, cabbage and potatoes this week, so just in case you have that whisper of Irish, or you just have some leftover corned beef, here is a Bijouxs that is a breakfast or brunch favorite. Corned Beef Hash topped with a crispy fried egg and Roasted Red Pepper Ketchup. Continue reading Corned Beef Hash with Eggs & Roasted Red Pepper Ketchup
When life (via a generous friend) gives you Meyer lemons, make marmalade, and maybe an almond and lemon cake – both Bijouxs, both easy and here’s how. Continue reading Meyer Lemon Marmalade
Growing up I loved the surprise of having breakfast for dinner. Now, I think of the breakfast for dinner option as a quick fix meal. This sandwich is really just a riff on a the flavors of a Croque Monsieur (eggs and cheese) and a Monte Cristo (turkey and the sweet from maple syrup), it is really neither of the two, but the sandwich tastes great. Substitute ham for the turkey, use your favorite cheese, and you can substitute any soft white bread for the croissant, although you lose the buttery edge. The EDOD team and I had fun filming this video as the “last shot of the day” and you can see I am a little sassy about the maple syrup at the end. It’s the kind of dinner you can put together with ingredients hanging around in the refrigerator, and have a little fun.
It’s Sunday breakfast with my son – a time to enjoy our family favorite Raised Waffles. A while back, I went on a waffle tangent, buying every waffle maker in production (almost) and trying hundred of waffle recipes in search of the elusive perfect waffle. At the end it was unanimous, the perfect waffle recipe was found, Raised Waffles. Continue reading Raised Waffles