Every time we think of "Bacon and Eggs," we immediately associate it with American breakfast. It just seems as American as apple pie. When traveling outside of the United States, "Bacon and Eggs" is THE American breakfast that you can find on menus to differentiate from English, Irish, and Continental breakfasts. It has become a symbol for classic and typical American food long before. The question is - do you know how "Bacon and Eggs" became American breakfast?
Quiche with Roasted Tomatoes and Applewood Bacon When I was first married, quiche was all the rage. If you could make a quiche, you were considered a gourmet cook. You had a French recipe in your repertoire.Years later, that ubiquitous expression, “real men don’t eat quiche,” dominated the food world. Recently, however, quiche has made a resurgence; and I, for one, am extremely happy. It is so versatile because you can serve it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. In my world, everyone loves it including men....more
This is a grilled cheese built for adults.Lots of strong flavors, a bite of vinegar and dark earthy rye… a sandwich with smoldering sex appeal.Okay, perhaps I’m being a tad dramatic, but this grilled cheese is full of delicious character and attitude....more
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We asked 15 bloggers how PAM Cooking Spray helps them spend less time in the kitchen, and more time eating and celebrating with loved ones. Read their tips, tricks and recipes for great holiday cooking with PAM Cooking Spray, and enter to win a $100 Visa gift card. Read more