Showing posts from April, 2013

Stuffed Portobellos {Another Great Recipe for a Brunch Idea}

Stuffed Portobellos , simple yet elegant for any occasion, baked with an egg in the center and garnished with green onions and salt with plenty of black pepper.  I am a huge fan of portabella mushrooms, and when I saw these,  Stuffed Portobellos on Pinterest, I thought they would be great to serve at a brunch.

Spring Brunch Recipe! Baked Hash Browns Cups

Baked Hashbrown Cups, easy to make and serve at your next brunch gathering.   Crispy on the outside and moist and tender on the inside.    I love to make big breakfasts for family and friends whenever I can, but it is not always easy to serve everything hot, especially when I want to serve hash browns. My husband just loves hash browns, actually he just loves potatoes cooked any way you can, so I try to make hash browns as often as I can.   When we were first married, hash browns were one of the first things he wanted me to make him for breakfast.   The only thing is, I had never made them before, and he led me through the process his Mother used.   When my husband grew up, his mother would make them out of leftover baked potatoes.   They actually bake more potatoes than they would eat, and then save the leftovers for breakfast the next morning.   He taught me to grate the potato, add oil to a hot cast iron skillet, and cook it until it was nice and crispy, flipped it o