Month: July 2015

Breakfast Pizza

Breakfast Pizza Breakfast pizza is a unique and delicious way to enjoy your favorite breakfast foods. I first ate an egg on a pizza years ago in a restaurant in Seattle that specialized in Mediterranean food. While at first it seemed kinda weird to me, I decided  to try it anyway. However, this pizza did not come with a chicken egg, but instead it came with rich tasty quail eggs. While I do not remember the other ingredients on that pizza, the egg was what really stood out in my memory. I just remember how good that egg tasted on that...

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Stuffed Mushrooms

Grilled Stuffed Mushrooms I love mushrooms and grilled stuffed mushrooms are one of my favorite ways to eat them. I like to use a combination of spicy sausage and Parmesan cheese for the stuffing that is an absolutely delicious combination. There are many things you can use to stuff mushrooms, but I really like how sausage adds that needed spice to the mushrooms, and yet still lets the mushroom flavor stand out. Another way I have made this is using Parmesan cheese, butter, a few spices, and bread crumbs. It is simple buttery goodness all grilled up and here is how I...

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Grilled Apple Pie

Grilled Apple Pie – Grandma Ople’s Original Apple Pie I have been experimenting with my new gas grill this summer, and the idea to make grilled apple pie came to me as I was thinking of new and interesting recipes for the fourth of July. I Googled grilled pie, and found that other people have done it too. Its so much fun to experiment like this. And its really fun to share these experiments with my readers. Unfortunately, you won’t get to taste the end result of the grilled apple pie, so you will have to try it yourself and let me...

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Bacon Bombs

 Grilled Turkey Onion Bacon Bombs This recipe for bacon bombs was inspired by two things. First, a friend on Facebook who gave me the idea for this recipe. Second, is the fact that I love to take recipes like this and make them my own. I changed the original around and made it with turkey instead of beef. This changed things up a bit and make it interesting. Several of the ingredients from the original recipe were removed. I kept the mushrooms and onion, and then added turkey, kale, Italian bread crumbs, and salt and pepper. The sweetener was left...

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My name is Barbara and I love making comfort food. I love to ask questions about food and cooking and answer them with each post. I am dedicated to providing you with simple comfort food recipes that are damn delicious, sustainable, and sooth the soul. Come join me and hopefully we'll have a damn good time and learn a little from each other.

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