Archive for September, 2009

Quiche is basically the ultimate food. It’s protein-rich, nutrient dense, and supremely comforting. It makes an easy dinner, a great brunch entree, and an effortless lunch. Make a quiche for dinner, and you’ll have breakfast taken care of for the next couple of days as well. Carmelized Leek and Onion Quiche with Pancetta You will […]


This week’s Guest Post comes from my friend Paul Link, who runs a blog called Cook in a Black Hat. Paul is currently employed at Bistro Sauce in Vermont. I love cornbread. I grew up in the South and I’ve eaten it all my life. One food that I didn’t eat growing up was Eggs […]


The best thing about making chili is that it tastes even better the next day. And while reheated chili makes a tasty lunch, you can also use leftover chili to make a really hearty breakfast. This chili recipe will easily serve four people, leaving plenty of leftover chili to use the next day! Super-Easy Black […]


Most mornings, we like to be gently awakened by breakfast. We crave something sweet, or something warm and comforting. But some mornings, you just need rocket fuel. An omelette is a great way to get protein that will keep your energy up all morning. Making an omelette is also a great way to clean out […]


I like to mix up a batch of compound butter over the weekend to use for Sunday brunch and then to use throughout the week. It’s great on toast, on steaks, or in Chicken Kiev. You can substitute compound butter for plain butter in nearly any recipe. I like to use compound butter to fry […]


“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” We’ve all heard it a thousand times, but the fact is that making breakfast each morning isn’t a priority for most of us. Most of us spend our mornings rushing around, and the last thing we have time for is cooking. I spent most of my […]