Make healthier recipes like this kitchen garden omelet by growing an organic garden and cooking from your own kitchen garden. Using vegetables and herbs straight from your home garden is about the most organic way (provided you don’t use toxic pesticides) to make your own home-cooked meals. Add chickens to your yard, and eat organic eggs for even more healthy meals. Eggs are filling and satisfying on any morning. When eating a nutritious omelet for breakfast or brunch, it helps to make it through the day until dinner.   Want to skip the details for the recipe? Click here:Read More →

How to Order Eggs How do you order your eggs: fried, boiled, poached or scrambled? Or maybe you like omelets. Knowing how to order eggs is harder than it should be. The next time you go out for breakfast, for instance, order fried eggs other than the typical four ways – sunny side up, over easy, over medium, and over hard. See what happens when you order over-medium-well fried eggs.Read More →

  When I heard that the oldest woman in the world died yesterday, the first thing I wanted to know was what did she eat. It didn’t take long to find out. First I heard it on the radio, then I read in usatoday.com that Susannah Mushatt Jones ate eggs, bacon, and grits. Did that bit of information sink in yet? E-G-G-S! If you’ve followed my blog at any length, you surely know by now that I love eggs. This morning I ate two eggs and a half of a pan pork sausage. It filled me up for hours. I still am amazed at how eggsRead More →

Veggie Inspired Breakfast

Happy New Year, food lovers! Start off January with a cheddar and feta omelet breakfast and a hot frothy vanilla latte. That’s my idea of a fun way to start a new year anyway. What’s yours? Breakfast makes me happy no matter the time of day I eat it, especially an omelet loaded with cheese. 7 Reasons Why an Omelet is a Healthy Choice Eggs contain nutrients like these: Protein –  builds and repair tissues and good for the bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, and blood. Omega 3 – good for the heart Amino Acids – Eggs have all 9 essential amino acids, including ones that enhance theRead More →

Kitchen Staples and Suggestions Newlyweds and newly-on-your-own individuals, write down essential ingredient lists for your staples to keep in the kitchen pantry, refrigerator, and freezer. Stock up with the basics. Keep your pantry and fridge stocked with necessary staples and ingredients for your favorite recipes. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.   Start out with basic items to stock your kitchen pantry. Eventually, you’ll develop your own personal cooking style. Then you’ll discover different ingredients to have on handRead More →

cranberry bread sandwich

This is my Covid pneumonia story and how the fruit of the Spirit has helped me through my journey. Spiritual fruit is vital to the soul, and natural fruit is vital to the body. Both have been vital to me in overcoming my difficulties with Covid. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you! I am a Food Blogger I am a food blogger who loves to bringRead More →

Easy Recuperating Foods Looking for under-the-weather recipes? This egg drop chicken noodle soup is the easiest thing to do. And you know how chicken soup is always the best go-to food when you’re not feeling well. Check out these easy-on-the-tummy foods to eat when you’re recuperating from surgery or the flu.Read More →