Microwaved Egg Scramble

Tasty scrambled eggs cannot be achieved by cooking them in the microwave for full minute or two. Progressively shorter cooking time intervals and stirring the eggs between those intervals ensures a moist, fluffy texture for scrambled eggs. Continue reading Microwaved Egg Scramble

Spinach, Farro and Feta Scramble

​​Some of the best recipe inspirations come from leftovers in the fridge. I made more farro than I needed for a Mediterranean salad earlier in the week. Farro’s whole-grain, nutty flavor works well in warm side dishes and cool salads. If you’ve never tried farro, think of it as a fatter version of brown rice with a more tender interior.  I thought of using my … Continue reading Spinach, Farro and Feta Scramble

Pâté de Campagne 

I’ve been reading the lyrical writing of Elizabeth David’s French Provincial Cooking this week. Published in 1960, the book describes David’s experience of food in the provinces of France away from the bright lights and big kitchens of Paris. English by birth, David fell in love with the cookery of the countryside in her formative years. She describes the post-World War II French food scene … Continue reading Pâté de Campagne 

Greek Spinach with Poached Eggs

This idea was missing too long from my breakfast life. Poached eggs over baby spinach sautéed in onion, garlic, and Greek seasonings with feta. I happened to have all the right ingredients and wanted to try something new in the kitchen.  Missing too long from my breakfast life. Poached eggs over baby spinach sautéed in onion, garlic, and Greek seasonings with feta. My own creation: … Continue reading Greek Spinach with Poached Eggs