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 →

Omelet with French Fried Onions

Add deliciousness to your holiday season menu with recipes like spinach and eggs that include French fried onions. Green bean casserole with French’s crispy fried onions is often served as a holiday dish. Crispy onions make good toppings on breakfasts. Your breakfast guests will love this french fried onions twist with spinach and eggs. Read More →

Having trouble losing weight? If you have tried to lose weight and the scales say the same thing they always say or even creep up a little, don’t give up trying. For months, I’ve been stuck on the same thing and really wanted to drop some pounds off. A couple months ago, I visited my daughter and her family. When I’m there, I like to cook for them and make special things for my little granddaughters. Well, I guess I indulged too much on the goodies (and I wasn’t even baking on that visit). My clothes started to fit uncomfortably. By the time I cameRead More →

Egg and sausage muffin with habanero peach jelly is a good meal to begin the day. And it’s an easy breakfast for truckers. Buy an egg and sausage muffin at McDonald’s, at a truckstop deli, or cook it in the big rig. Early one morning on the OTR trip with my husband in his big rig I had a “That’s it!” moment. I found out who sells the habanero jelly I like. Have you ever had an egg and sausage muffin breakfast with hot jelly? You’ve gotta try it. Read More →

This morning I had eggs, bacon, and grits. It’s a Susannah Mushatt Jones type of breakfast. And since she lived to 116, it must be a good way to start out every day. Do you like grits with butter, salt, and pepper or with sugar? If I’m going to eat a hot cereal, Cream of Wheat and sugar sounds better to me. However, I remember eating rice as cereal (with sugar and milk) when I was little. Then my family moved to the Gulf Coast where people eat rice for just about every meal except breakfast. They serve the rice with gravy. I got usedRead More →