TIP OF THE DAY: Breakfast Cereal Toppings & Green Salad Garnishes

[1] Turn your cupcake or muffin pan into a buffet of toppings for breakfast foods. [2] Do the same for a green salad, here blue cheese, pears, pecans and raisins (here’s the recipe from Letty’s Kitchen).   Here, yummy ideas for breakfast, salads and desserts. Customizing one’s food is so very enjoyable. Ready, set, garnish!…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Filet Mignon Eggs Benedict

If you’re near a Fleming’s Steakhouse (there are locations nationwide), you can celebrate Father’s Day with Filet Mignon Eggs Benedict (photo #1). It’s a meat-lovers riff on the classic Eggs Benedict, which is Canadian bacon, a poached egg and hollandaise sauce on an English muffin (photo #2). Fleming’s Eggs Benedict has filet mignon, sautéed spinach…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Crescent Rings, Savory Or Sweet

People love crescent rings. The taco crescent ring is one of the most popular recipes of all time on Pillsbury.com. Crescent rings, stuffed crescent dough arranged in a circle, can be served: Stuffed with eggs and sausage for breakfast. As a “danish” ring for breakfast and coffee breaks. Instead of sandwiches at lunch. With beer,…
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RECIPE: Jean-George’s Fried Eggs

[1] Fried extras with extra dazzle from Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. [2] Spring onions, not to be confused with green onions, a.k.a. scallions (photo courtesy Good Eggs).   How does the great Chef Jean-George Vongerichten enjoy his fried eggs? With asparagus, bacon and crisp croutons. He recipe is quite simple. Since asparagus isn’t in season, feel…
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