Muruecos is the name of a common rice stick or suman as Filipinos call it. It was supposedly my grandmother’s favorite suman. I like it too and featuring it for Lasang Pinoy 20th Edition, Binalot made the effort certainly worthwhile.
I’ve been meaning to do this omelette which I first tasted at the Village Smithy in Carbondale, Colorado last July when Spouse and I went to Redstone for our anniversary. I thought it was a perfect recipe since I’ve always been gaga over smoked salmon (anything smoked for that matter) and cream cheese. I didn’t have any bagels this morning but a couple slices of toasted French bread smeared with more cream cheese was fine. Serving it with orange slices was a perfect way to cleanse the palate. Continue reading “Sunday Brunch: Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese Omelette”
Sunday Brunch is getting to be a nice habit for Spouse and I. It’s just a nice way to start what will turn out to be the most leisurely day of the week.
This week, I tried a recipe I’d never tasted or cooked before: Eggs Florentine. Spouse has never had it himself so he was looking forward to trying it. There are so many ways to do this dish, I was stumped for a minute deciding how I was going to make it. I could’ve done the eggs poached but thought it was too early to successfully manage that. So I decided on baking it in ramekins instead. Continue reading “Eggs Florentine”
This turned out really fantastic considering I started out with no idea what I was going to do. All I knew was I wanted scones for breakfast. I also wanted some new recipe so I can post it on this blog. So I decided to go with my old reliable High Altitude Cream Scone recipe and picked a few ingredients I already had. So breakfast turned out to be a Lemon, Currant and Walnut High Altitude Cream Scone…delicious…
This is my first shot at this trumped-up recipe and I know I can make some improvements in the future. I’ll give it to you as I made it, with notes that will improve the recipe. Continue reading “Scone Experiment”
I was looking for a good recipe for French Toast this morning and stumbled on this interesting piece from Daniel Rogov. Mr. Rogov clarifies that the French Toast did not originate in France as I always thought. It’s origins are in Albany, New York where a tavern keeper of the 16th century by the name of Joseph French came up with the recipe and named it after himself.
After reading that, I really had no choice but to go with Mr. French’s original recipe. I then decided to dress it up with a bit of homemade orange and raspberry sauce. It made one truly delicious breakfast. Unlike most French Toast recipes I’ve tried, this isn’t sweet at all. The sweetness is provided by the sauce which is the way it was probably meant to be. Continue reading “The Original French Toast with Homemade Orange Raspberry Sauce”
This was a delightfully wicked breakfast! Don’t you think so? It’s a Strawberry Shortcake using the Cream Scone recipe I featured previously.
All I did to turn it into a shortcake was to slice some strawberries and mixed them with some confectioner’s sugar, and a tablespoon (or two) of Grand Marinier and let that sit while my scones were in the oven. I then whipped some cream to the soft peak stage and sweetened that a bit with more confectioner’s sugar. Continue reading “Strawberry Shortcake”
I got tired of eating our weekly supply of strawberries with oatmeal and cereal. Yes, it’s healthy but it does get boring. I was dreaming up something with cream and alcohol…Yup, alcohol…hic! And yes… in the morning!
Now don’t be an old fuddy-duddy…it’s nothing that’s going to turn me into a drunk. What’s the use of living in a kid-free environment if you can’t serve something with liqour in the morning, right? Continue reading “Spiced Strawberry & Orange Crepes”