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After years (and years, and years…) of reaping the benefits of my mother’s gardening efforts, I finally started a garden in my own backyard this year. Needless to say, I have learned how much work goes into building a garden, and while it has been hard work, it has also been extremely rewarding! Naturally, having a garden has influenced on my cooking, with all the fresh herbs and vegetables just a few steps out my back door! Along with gardening, I have started making sourdough bread quite frequently (at least once a week), which has resulted in a lot of bread sneaking into my meals as well!
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That is where this delicious creation comes along. The other week after weeding the garden, I realized I hadn’t eaten for quite some time, so as per usual, I made a quick fried egg sandwich. Of course, with all the fresh bread, herbs, and vegetables, I had to incorporate some into my sandwich! The results were quite delicious, and it got me thinking about making it again, but classing it up a bit.
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Posted in Bread, breakfast, Dinner, Egg, Fresh herbs, Lunch
Tagged Chives, deconstructed egg sandwich, dill, egg sandwich, fancy breakfast, fresh herbs, fried egg, how to make a fancy breakfast, recipe, sourdough
Behold my latest creation…THE BAKED POTATO GRILLED CHEESE! After the glory that was the Brocolli & Cheddar Soup Grilled Cheese, I began racking my brain for what other wonderful things I could deconstruct into grilled cheese format. Soon enough I had envisioned this piece of grilled cheese heaven! I mean how can you go wrong with fried potatoes, bacon, cheese, sour cream and chives all made into a melty grilled cheese? Well you can’t!
So here is how I went about making it.
Posted in Cheese, Dinner, Fried, Grilled, grilled cheese, Panini, Potato, Sandwich
Tagged Bacon, bacon bits, baked, Cheddar, cheese, Chives, cream, deconstructed, french bread, Fried, green onions, Grilled, loaded, melted, Potato, Sandwich, Sour, sourdough
As usual, the recipes I post on this blog are dictated by what is currently in the fridge (i’m too lazy to go searching the grocery store for specific ingredients!). so when I was greeted by a nice purple eggplant in the fridge and some sourdough bread on the counter, this is what ensued!
Posted in Fried, Grilled, grilled cheese, Panini, Sandwich, Vegetable
Tagged bread, breaded, crusted, eggplant, Fried, Garlic, marinara, no meat, Panini, Panko, parmesan, Sandwich, sourdough