Catching up on a couple blog posts that were left as drafts before I took off with my kids for an 8 day trip to the interior of BC. This one is really simple, great Eggs Benedict with good pan fried potatoes at the funny little restaurant called the Coming Home Cafe in uptown New […]
On my most recent trip to the family cabin my daughter and I tried cooking scrambled eggs Gordon Ramsay style – and I would say we had some success. Have a look.
Breakfast today was two eggs from the place we always stop in Agassiz fried sunny side up and perched atop a little nest of beet greens from my front yard garden. The eggs and beet greens were all sitting on a couple slices of toasted homemade wholewheat bread. The slices of tomato were store bought. […]
After waiting for months and months and months to get into the Red Wagon Cafe on East Hastings Street, we finally found a moment when there wasn’t a line-up of hipsters out front of the place. And what a total and complete disappointment the entire Red Wagon Cafe experience turned out to be. First off, […]
Lunch today was made by students in the Foods and Nutrition class and served to the rest of the students in the school program. Two perfectly poached eggs on a couple of potato pancakes with a side of grated carrot and apple salad. And is there anything better than 14 % sour cream? I’m telling […]
I actually do not ever remember being in Benny’s Bagels during daylight. However, in the late 80s and early 90s I was a regular at Benny’s Bagels between midnight and 3am. So being back in the neighborhood during daylight hours, I jumped on the opportunity to once again visit Benny’s. I wasn’t disappointed. Benny’s […]
Another home cooking type of day for lunch today. I love the simplicity of a soft boiled egg, a sliced Roma tomato, and baked potato patties. Add a sprinkle of salt, a grind of pepper and I am in bliss.
My One Pot Pasta was easy but this quick and healthy breakfast one is even easier! First, I cracked two eggs into a mug! As a side note, notice how the egg yolks are such different colours? I chopped up a small piece of cheddar cheese and less than a quarter cup of the leftovers […]
On the weekend I was out for a motorcycle ride and I stopped in at Fat Jack’s Diner on the other side of Boston Bar for a late breakfast. As always, Chef Todd was masterful in his kitchen. And the little spoonful of jam? Strawberry and rhubarb preserves made from the produce of their […]
I forgot to share this picture from yesterday’s lunch so here it is today – a Breakfast Brioche sandwich from the Cheese St Grill food truck. The Cheese St Grill truck was parked on Poirier St, near the Coquitlam Farmer’s Market. I was looking for a breakfast type sandwich and this one fit the […]