Archives for posts tagged ‘pasture-raised eggs’

Raw-Milk Eggnog

  The holidays are almost here, and I am relieved to be finished running around in preparation.  My holiday shopping doesn’t revolve around shopping malls though, it is primarily about food!  Today I made the journey to my local health food store to fight the crowds for my weekly grocery shopping and other holiday items. […]

Salmon-Asparagus Frittata

  Before we say goodbye to asparagus season and while it is still abundant, I thought I would pass along a delicious and creative way to use more of it.  I had some leftover salmon and roasted asparagus the other night, so guess what went in my eggs in the morning?  It’s also a great way to […]

Lemon-Almond Dessert Frittata

  I just love Mark Bittman, NY Times food writer and author of Food Matters and How to Cook Everything.  The other night I was looking through my fridge (which was getting rather empty as it was time to go to the farmers’ market) for something to whip up for dessert, and all I could […]

Huevos Rancheros

  After making a yummy batch of turkey tacos for dinner one night, I had some leftover pico de gallo and corn tortillas, so I decided to make some huevos rancheros for breakfast.  First I toasted the tortillas lightly in a cast iron skillet.  Then once the skillet was really hot, I added a touch […]

The Good Egg: Pasture-Raised Eggs & Sweet Potato Hash Browns

  If you’ve never tried a truly pasture-raised egg, you have never had a real egg.  If you’re not sure if you’ve had one, you probably haven’t.  You’d know it if you saw it.  That bright orange yolk and the colorful shell that’s difficult to crack are unmistakable.  Once you’ve tried one, you’ll never go […]