Tag: brunch

Sunday Cinnamon Rolls

Sunday Cinnamon Rolls

Cinnamon rolls are a true weakness of mine. I don’t have them often. But boy, if I could, I would. My earliest memory of cinnamon rolls relates to my parents’ divorce, when my sister and I were very young. My mom moved to NYC, my […]

Egg-In-A-Hole

Egg-In-A-Hole

Egg-In-A-Hole is what I call it.  But there are many other names for this delightfully simple recipe:  “bird in a nest,” “egg-in-a-hat,” “toad-in-a-hole,” “one-eyed-monster,” “tigers-eye,” “bullseye,” “private eyes,” and even “barn-yard,”  If you are interested in learning about the backstory of this simple dish, I […]

Homemade Corned Beef Hash, The Perfect Comfort Food

Homemade Corned Beef Hash, The Perfect Comfort Food

Corned beef hash is a labor of love.  It takes commitment, planning, and someone in your family who absolutely loves it.  For me, that is my older son, and he could live on it.  Well, this and kreplach.   While I will do almost anything […]

Simple Baked Cinnamon-Sugar Donuts

Simple Baked Cinnamon-Sugar Donuts

When I was a kid, I wanted to be the President, a lawyer, and Martha Stewart–in that order.  I gave up on the Presidency once I learned the odds.  I remained focused on law school until I worked as a paralegal and married a lawyer […]

The Perfect Bloody Mary

The Perfect Bloody Mary

There are many occasions when a Bloody Mary is the perfect beverage: Sunday brunch, family gatherings, a long cross-country flight, and during lunch while skiing on a cold winter day.  I have always loved a good Bloody Mary, I think mainly because they are salty–and […]

Creamy White Bean Tomato Soup Is Perfect For A Fall Night

Creamy White Bean Tomato Soup Is Perfect For A Fall Night

Do you love soup?  I sure do.  More than most other foods, I think that soup often has memories attached to it: like being nursed back to health with some homemade chicken and dumpling soup prepared by my mom.  My mom’s soup somehow always did […]