This is a simple and delicious way to start your morning with a quick and easy breakfast of bacon, eggs, and a biscuit that’s cooked entirely in a muffin tin. The result is delicious, and it’s a unique way to present breakfast to your family. It’s practically a one dish meal, too. That makes breakfast clean up very simple. Who doesn’t love a quick and easy grab and go breakfast?
I’m always looking for short cuts in my kitchen that don’t sacrifice taste. This recipe is adapted from a recipe that I found over at CountryCook.net, and it definitely fits the bill. Brandie, the recipe author, is a genius. Making biscuits in the morning can be time consuming and labor intensive, but this recipe goes together quickly, and you can finish getting dressed and round up the kids for breakfast while it bakes. Of course, biscuits aren’t just for breakfast. This would also go well as a side for a hearty stew, or as an accompaniment to any of Brandie’s […]
Today, I am sharing another fish recipe that I found among my mother’s recipes. My mother was not a big fan of fish. Her favorites were Salmon and Cod, and usually, her methods of preparation were very simple. As an adult, I have learned to appreciate other types of fish, but I continue to like simple methods to prepare them. This recipe is good with pollock or any other mild, white fish. All that is required is to sprinkle the top of the fish with lemon pepper, then top it with a mixture of mayonnaise and shredded, or […]
I am always looking for new ways to prepare fish. Sue Chef loves salmon, so I try to find new ways prepare it for her. This recipe is a modification of my teriyaki sauce recipe. Teriyaki salmon is delicious, but we wanted to try something different. I had seen Maple Mustard Salmon on a menu at a local restaurant and decided to attempt to recreate it. Since I didn’t order the salmon dish, I can’t tell you whether I succeeded in duplicating it, but I can tell you that this recipe makes a delicious glazed salmon that was a hit […]