Breakfast and Brunch

Left-over Nacho Migas

Our friends made the most amazing smoked pork nachos to munch on while watching the Seahawks game… it was so tasty, I’m amazed we had left overs. They were too delicious to toss so we wrapped up them in foil to make migas for breakfast. This was my first attempt and it turned out great. In fact, I will probably make too much nachos for now own just knowing we can have migas in the morning! Again, this is one of those recipes that...

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Bacon Egg Cups

Around the holidays, my sister Nikki was raving about the breakfast cups she was making that her (picky) kids love. I decided to give them a try and let’s just say this is up there with Huevos Rancheros for his favorite breakfast request. This recipe is simple, tasty and flexible with ingredients you have on hand.  I wish I would have known about this recipe back when our kids were in school because the egg cups reheat beautifully for a...

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Salmon Hash

This dish represents a couple attributes that I love in a meal: one pot cooking and using up leftovers. I’m giddy when I’m going through my fridge and finding half a shallot that will work perfectly and may have otherwise gone to waste…that’s why I love all types of hash…even for dinner! Plus, it’s darn tasty.   Salmon Hash I didn’t have to make a trip to the store for this dish. You can make hash...

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Breakfast Nachos

The Seahawks have an early game today…which demands gives me a great excuse (like I need one) to make breakfast nachos.  I've always wanted to make this dish–this is my first attempt.  It's getting raves from the family.  This is another one of those recipes where I can clean out my fridge — it's very flexible with ingredients.   Preheat oven to 350. Put 1 layer corn chips in bottom of baking...

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Breakfast Pizza

Inspired by the left over dough from my son's birthday party last night, I decided to try making a breakfast pizza.   I used this recipe from Smitten Kitchen as a base.   It's baking in a 500 degree oven right now on a pizza stone, so I'm hoping the pizza turns out tasty enough to justify publishing this post! I'm using pre-made dough from Trader Joes.  If you don't have time (or skill) to make...

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Pulled Pork Taco’s

This morning we hosted a brunch at our home for a group of folks at Talon Title who climbed 69 flights of the Columbia Tower as Dawn's Army.  Dawn is a former co-worker, mother and wife who has battling luekemia for the past few years.  She's a fighter and had quite the crew honoring her at The Big Climb.  Their start time was at 8:30 this morning, so we offered to do brunch for the troup. Along with...

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Roasted Asparagus

I origally had this recipe posted here…I was reminded about it since my in-laws hinted they would love me to bring this (again) for Christmas Eve. This is the dish I'm requested to make for just about any family gathering…including Thanksgiving.   It works year round and you can easily substitute various ingredients (for example, bacon instead of pancetta or Gouda instead of goat cheese).  It's quick, easy...

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Halftime Heuvos Rancheros

What do you eat when the Seahawks are playing an early game? Heuvos Rancheros, of course!  I prefer my huevos without beans (I am watching the game with my Husband, need I say more?) and this dish is tasty! Serves 2 Fry 2 tortilla’s in pan with olive oil and butter.  My husband prefers flour and likes them crispy.  We only have corn tortilas in the house right now…so that’s what he’ll get (and like...

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