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Portobello and Asparagus Quiche by FamilySpice.com

Let’s Do Brunch: Portobello and Asparagus Quiche

It is officially April and spring is here! Southern California is finally getting some much needed rain and our garden is prepped and ready for us to begin planting. We are entering my favorite months of the year, Spring through Summer. The days are getting longer. The sun is shining. I can feel my winter […]

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Summer Harvest: Kale and Heirloom Tomato Crustless Quiche

Some say tomato, others say frittata. Huh? Or is this a crustless quiche? In farsi, we call these egg dishes, kookoo. I tend to over think things when I’m naming a new recipe. Remember my not-too-long-away slushy-icee-cooler dilemma? Although I do have Italian flavors in this egg dish, including parmesan cheese, I decided  to name […]

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Baked Blueberry French Toast

Baked French Toast with a Whole Lotta Blueberries

One of the first breakfast foods I perfected as a kid was making french toast. It was super easy. Scramble some eggs, dip the toast, cook it in a hot pan. BOOM! Breakfast is served. I was so proud of myself for making such a decadent meal. Between pancakes, waffles, crepes and french toast I […]

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Marital Bliss Found in an Avocado

The following is a typical scenario at our house, and did actually occur just last week: Thursday night, hubby asks me after dinner: “What are you making for breakfast when my buddy M comes over to make that pomegranate wine?” My response, “Huh? What time is he coming over?” Hubby responds, “The whole family is […]

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Daring Cooks: The Incredible, Edible Container

Daring Cooks: The Incredible, Edible Container

We had a great challenge this month, something I’ve been experimenting with a lot, myself. The edible container. Maybe it was in college when I encountered my first taco salad in a crunchy tortilla bowl. Heaven! The nutritious salad cancelled the negative effects of the fried tortilla shell. Come on, haven’t you ever eaten a […]

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A break from cookies to present….

A break from cookies to present….

I am taking a break from cookies today to post my Daring Cooks December Challenge on poaching eggs. I am still baking up a storm at home. My Princess has her class holiday party tomorrow and I’m getting the gingerbread cookies baked up for them to decorate. Plus, I’m baking all kinds of goodies to […]

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French Toast Cups with Orange Cream Cheese & Fresh Fruit

French Toast Cups with Orange Cream Cheese & Fresh Fruit

I don’t usually like to write a blog post telling ya’ll to buy a certain brand of cheese or sauce. I don’t like many of the pre-packaged foods because of all the preservatives, sugar and other things I don’t know about it that is packed inside them. In the past, I think I’ve only blogged […]

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Pumpkin Buns

Pumpkin Buns

I’m torn between missing summer and enjoying the flavors of fall! What is a girl to do? My grocer seems confused, too, since we have apples, pears, pumpkins, peaches??? Strawberries??? Raspberries?? All these fruits are still available in my local grocery store and the summer fruits still taste great. But this isn’t the case in […]

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Roasted Mediterranean Vegetable “Tart”

Roasted Mediterranean Vegetable “Tart”

My aunt and uncle recently visited me this week and I had a great time swapping recipes and ideas with them. I cooked for them, they cooked for me, they helped me with the kids, they helped me with the dishes, they took me out to lunch…. They basically spoiled ME. YEAH! And of course, […]

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Crustless Quiche

Crustless Quiche

I am on a quest for great breakfast recipes! I must find a way to start my day with great tasting nutritious foods!! One way is to make a quiche. I love quiche, but I don’t understand the point of the crust. It’s great with pies, but not needed with eggs. And since it’s mostly […]

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