Good. Gracious. These halibut salmon cakes are off the charts. The richness of the halibut and salmon mixture, the brightness of the red bell pepper, the sweetness from the fried bread crumbs, and the tang of the fresh lemon squeeze… Wow. Love these.
First of all – these sandwiches are messy. The shrimp fall out and scatter around your dish, and the sauce dribbles out in all directions, and frankly, we had a few issues keeping the butter leaf lettuce contained, as well. But second of all? These sandwiches are delicious. Just look at them.
The caramelized fennel and goat cheese give this orzo salad a rich, decadent, hearty flavor, while the lemon juice keeps things bright and summery. This is a perfect salad to take to a potluck, a summer picnic, or to work as lunches for a week.
This recipe mushroom and leek frittata recipe from Bon Appetit calls for 10 eggs. (Ten!). It’s also super delicious, and highly recommended.
Sometimes a soft-boiled egg with a side of buttery toast makes the perfect breakfast. But, do you know the secret to making perfect soft-boiled eggs? We do (because we’re practically mongeese and we eat a lot of eggs).
So without further ado, here’s how to impress your family, win over strangers and produce the perfect soft-boiled egg.
This Sunday morning breakfast is super easy to put together, and super delicious to enjoy beside a fire, with the newspaper in hand, your dogs at your feet, and the person you love beside you.
Looking for a brunch idea? This warm and spinachy Baked Eggs Florentine from Cook’s Illustrated is baked in little ramekins – fun to serve and even better to eat. Or, eat two ramekins and call this dinner.