Easy Turkish Eggs

A few months ago, I visited my best friend in Pittsburgh. Her house is right down the street from a restaurant called Mediterra which is where we got brunch one morning. The cafe is beyond cute and she was raving about their Turkish eggs so of course we both ordered them (they are plated MUCH better than I could replicate).…

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Lemon Blueberry Scones

Ugh, scones! If done well, they are one of my favorite pastries. They can get a bad rep for being dry but these scones are anything but. And because I bake with minimal rules, you can cut these into any shape you want. I started with best intentions to cut them in a traditional scone shape but like always I…

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Buttermilk-Brown Sugar Waffles

< whoops, don’t overfill your waffle iron, kids LOL > Have you noticed a trend here? The breakfast recipes are plentiful; it’s easily my favorite meal. To be honest, I don’t normally order waffles when I go out to breakfast or brunch because I like to make my own, and frankly, I’ve never met one of those waffles I didn’t…

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Farmer’s Market Egg Bake

I cook in a similar fashion to the way Bob Ross painted: happy accidents. Every once in a while I make something that is truly delicious even when I didn’t have high expectations. After a trip to the farmer’s market last weekend, I grabbed some zucchini and cherry tomatoes- truthfully unsure how I’d incorporate them into breakfast. I started chopping…

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Three Thrills by Thursday

one. If you’ve been following along on the ‘gram, you know that I cut out caffeine for most of quarantine. I was having trouble sleeping and dealing with some insomnia issues so I was trying to cut out any variable that could be contributing to sleepless nights. In June, when we drove to Ohio to quarantine with my parents, I…

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