sometimes i manage to sleep a little longer than dh does and when i am really really lucky he prepares these scones and prepares breakfast. we like them wih cheese and cucumber or with cheese and jam. (preferably homemade blueberry or crowberries). note: i include the grams as this is what hubby is more used to use and it might be a litttle more accurate).
companion bread in st. louis makes the best baked eggs i've ever had. they have several versions in the cafes and have posted the potato version that inspired this recipe at http://www.companionstl.com/baked-eggs-potatoes/. my version came from an effort
a true keeper. this is a work of art and quite tasty. when i first created this dish, my hubby announced that i hd finally learned hw to cook! i wanted to knock him out! i am happy to inform you, he lives and breathes today, altho, in the kitchen of a
these chops are tender and juicy on the inside and crispy golden brown on the outside and so flavorful!! serve with fried potato wedges for a delicious "finger-food" dinner or with mashed red-skinned potatoes, sweet corn and green beans for a bigger meal!
this makes some yummy pork!! i found this recipe a few years ago on line when i was throwing a luau. it went over so well that people still ask "are you making that awesome pork" every time we have a party!
love this - from the mennonite community cookbook. my mother made a skillet version of this a lot when i was a kid. she used fresh corn from our garden. of course, fresh corn cut off the cob makes this recipe even more yummy! a great summer recipe.
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