Eggs can be pretty boring sitting alone on a breakfast plate. I have been trying to change things up for breakfast at our home. Looking for new low-carb recipes. This combination of ingredients has worked for us...
Scrambled eggs or egg beaters, sliced colorful bell peppers, small wedges of cherry tomotoes, a touch of cilantro, shredded lowfat pepper jack cheese, topped with thin slices avocado and verde salsa.
Simple and lots of flavor. What is your favorite way to make eggs? Please share...
Have a great day,
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Are you ready for St. Patrick's Day?
Saturday evening we will have a traditional Irish dinner with our family. My Mom has a new recipe that Claudia an amazing cook and friend shared for preparing corn beef. I had the privilege of trying this yummy recipe in Claudia's home and it was fantastic! My mom is really excited to prepare it for St. Patrick's Day.
Recipe for Corn Beef
1-2 Corn beef briskets
One can of guinness beer
Oven 350 degrees
Set brisket in a pan at least 2'' high and add 1" of guinness beer into the bottom of the pan. Fat side up, rub brown sugar on the top of the brisket. Cover and let the corn beef bake for 4 hours. The meat will be tender and delicious!
We are expecting rain on Saturday so I am hoping the hills near our home will be lush and irish green just in time for the holiday!
My daughter and I will watch P.S. I Love You, in honor of the holiday.
We love this movie!
The scenery of Ireland is so beauitful in this movie and the love story is a tear jerker, I tear up every time we watch it. Have you seen it? A great chick flick!
LeapYear is another great movie to watch this weekend, also filmed in Ireland.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend! I wish I was in Ireland right now!
My goodness, I really can't complain because our hills should resemble this photo I took last March...just in time for Spring!
I found this little guy hiding in my kitchen cupboard, I thought he looked a little like a leprechan! I filled his wee little shoe with blooms to share :)
Irish Blessings to you all!
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