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I am a web designer by day and a food enthusiast by night. I'm originally from the Fort Lauderdale/Miami area but moved to the west coast (first Oregon ans now California) three years ago. Prior to that I spent two years in France and Spain. Living in Europe not only made me a much more experimental cook, but also taught me about the importance of improvising in a recipe -- because on most days I could never find all of the ingredients I needed!
I try to use fresh/seasonal market ingredients when available and I add hot peppers to pretty much everything (so watch out!). I hope you enjoy my recipes and feel free to share.
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I discovered Huevos Divorciados (literally, divorced eggs) while searching for a recipe for huevos rancheros online and thought they looked delicious and worth making. It would be great to serve for a Mexican-style brunch or even for any meal of the day! Here is the...
This salmon and dill frittata is perfect for a weekend brunch and is loaded with protein and goodness! Since a frittata is partially baked, remember to use a pan which can go in the oven. Serves: 2 Ingredients: 100g smoked salmon 4 eggs 1/3 cup...
Some mornings just call for french toast and this was one of them. Infusing the egg batter with saffron is a nice way to create a savory flavor — perfect for mixing with sweet toppings. Saffron can be difficult to come by outside of the...
Hashes aren’t something that solely need to be reserved for a breakfast diner. They are easy to make (you can even pre-chop ingredients and save them in ready-to-use freezer packs). Serves: 2 Ingredients: 1 tbsp olive oil 1 garlic clove, diced or minced 1 medium...
It’s really easy to get bored with cooking eggs the same way all of the time so making this frittata is a nice way to spice up (literally) the typical egg dish and doesn’t require a lot of skill — just following some simple, yet...
There is nothing better than waking up late on a Sunday and enjoying a delicious meal of crêpes. The thing I love most about crêpes is that you can make them either savory or sweet by adding a variety of toppings from the standard jam...