Two Egg Denver Omelet

The classic American adaptation of the French omelette; the Denver Omelet! AKA the Southwest Omelet, AKA the Texas Omelet. 19th century mid-west Cattle drivers were served something similar by Chinese railroad cooks as a form of Egg Foo Yong, which transformed into the Denver Omelet. Any images, quotes, and audio tracks from the film PulpContinue reading “Two Egg Denver Omelet”

Authentic French Toast

Authentic French Toast, and it’s done in 15 minutes! Description below! Music: http://bensound.com Like the quiche, French toast is also not French in origin. Surprise, I know! Legend has it that a man named Joseph French invented it. The English claim to have invented it. Germans provide evidence that they have been making their ownContinue reading “Authentic French Toast”

Freezer Prep Breakfast Sandwiches

These freezer sandwiches come in handy when you want something hot for breakfast but you don’t have time to stop somewhere, or have time to cook. From freezer to microwave, hot in 2 minutes. If breakfast is the most important meal of the day then that’s a shame, because mornings are where we struggle forContinue reading “Freezer Prep Breakfast Sandwiches”

Hearty Southern Sausage Quiche

One of my favorite breakfast recipes! If you’re not a fan of sausage, check out my Quiche Lorraine recipe instead! https://youtu.be/7iYBZHfm5bM​ To put it plainly a quiche is a pie. More specifically it is a tart, which is an open-faced or “no top” pie crust filled with custard. And for those of you who don’tContinue reading “Hearty Southern Sausage Quiche”

Traditional Quiche Lorraine

This is a European style Quiche Lorraine recipe. Which means lots of cheese, pork lardons, and a custard like consistency. I made this recipe easy so anyone can make it! Hailing from the Lorraine region of north eastern France, this world renowned quiche traditionally uses cheeses from Switzerland. You can use a popular combination ofContinue reading “Traditional Quiche Lorraine”

Classic Country Breakfast

This recipe is for a breakfast skillet we commonly would eat growing up in our house. I’m using four ingredients that are commonly found in a lot of kitchens; eggs, potatoes, onion, and pork. I think the idea for my mom was to keep it simple for us as she raised four kids and aContinue reading “Classic Country Breakfast”

Eggy In A Basket

Simple, easy to make, delicious. Hugo Weaving would be proud. I love breakfast as long as it’s hot and makes me happy. I hope that’s true for you as well. Too often do we try to scarf down a chewy bagel or take a few bites of a cold bowl of cereal before heading outContinue reading “Eggy In A Basket”