• Deviled Eggs

    Deviled Eggs

    Ready for Easter? Make these Deviled Eggs for the holiday. They are quick and easy to put together with just a few ingredients. 10 minute eggs were used for this recipe. I brought a small pot of water to a rapid boil and placed the eggs in the boiling water. I set the timer for 10 minutes. When done, I rinsed the eggs under cold water and allowed them to cool off on the counter. Next, I peeled the eggs, cut them in half, mashed the yolks in a small bowl and added the rest of the ingredients. I mixed them well to make a smooth-ish filling for the eggs.…

  • Creamed Spinach with Eggs

    Creamed Spinach with Eggs

    Me and this Creamed Spinach with Eggs dish, go way back to my childhood in Romania. My mother made this Creamed Spinach with Eggs dish often and I imagine it was due to the fact that this is a very inexpensive meal to make and that it’s quick to get on the table for a family of five. It’s also very delicious and filling. Sorry Mom but, I made this my own with a few added ingredients. 🙂 All you need is some essential kitchen ingredients and cooked greens. I used spinach here, but you can substitute with whatever cooked greens you wish. Like: Swiss chard, dandelion greens, etc. I…

  • Prosciutto Wrapped Eggs

    The Brunch Edition

    This brunch came together due to the rainy, icy Sunday we had last week. Thank you, Spring! In a way I’m thankful but then I’m not. This ugly weather canceled our plans for the day and we were confined, yet again, to the house. What’s better than spending the day cooking and eating?? Especially when you’re in the house with all your loves and you have delicious mimosas and beermosas flowing… Not a whole lot, right?! In comes The Brunch Edition. Everyone loves brunch! I even got my husband to love brunch. When we first met he proclaimed that he didn’t eat breakfast, EVER. I was shocked as I love…

  • Breakfast Bites

    Try this easy, delicious and most importantly quick recipe to cover the most important meal of the day; BREAKFAST! I made these on a Sunday and they were a perfect grab and go option for my husband and I for a few days. My littlest son might have eaten one too 😉

  • Bean Salad

    I love the freshness of this salad. It is also super light and easy to make. I used fresh beans which I soaked over night and then boiled in salty water with a bay leaf, for about 45 minutes. You can use canned beans if you wish. I basically cleaned out my fridge with the rest of the ingredients in this dish. Nothing goes to waste in this house. Here’s the recipe. Enjoy!

  • Tostadas Rancheras

    If you’ve been following my food journey thus far, you can see that I love eggs. I guess I’m one of those, “Put an egg on it” types. No matter what it is, it transforms it and it adds an extra yum factor to it. Do you agree? This beautiful plate came together on a Taco Tuesday. I planned to make tostadas and this was the end result. Not too bad, eh? No, my husband’s plate wasn’t this pretty. Only mine 😊 So, if you would like to make this beauty yourself, for a special breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner, here’s what you will need. There you have it; a…