Breakfast for Father’s Day dinner

Happy July! We had an extended Father’s Day celebration. My sis and I cooked dinner for our dad. We made him breakfast for dinner!!!! Whoo hoo!

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Bam! Breakfast pasta, ready to be served!

This was an extremely simple dish.

Ingredients:

  • Package of organic spaghetti pasta
  • Olive oil
  • Eight cloves of garlic
  • Six cage-free brown eggs
  • Handfuls of organic spinach
  • Ground lamb
  • Portuguese sausage
  • Bacon (crispy)

I first cooked the pasta and set it aside. I added some olive oil into a pot, then cooked the garlic with the ground lamb. After the meat was fully cooked, I added in the Portuguese sausage. I cooked the eggs in a separate pan and then added them into the pot with the existing ingredients. I added the cooked pasta and some handfuls of spinach, before topping the dish off with some crispy bacon. Mmm!

Next, was dessert! Waffle sundae split.

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Dairy-free is the way to go! Loved that cookie dough ice cream with cashew milk.

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The final product! I bought cinnamon and chocolate chip banana waffles.

Hope y’all had a great Father’s Day!

Be on the lookout for a change in the social media accounts- Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter. Exciting times!!!!

Breakfast of champions!

Yay for the weekend! I don’t always cook breakfast (cuz I don’t always eat breakfast, even though it’s the most important meal of the day- I know…), but I was in the mood to whip some some good ol’ hash browns, over-easy eggs, Canadian bacon, and toast some blueberry bagels for my family. Yum!

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These hash browns were bomb and so easy to make!

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I haven’t had Canadian bacon is so long. It was so good! Brings back memories of when I ate them growing up. Forgot to capture a snapshot of those bad boys. Shucks!

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Another food item I wanted to share since we’re on the topic of breakfast, is this sausage biscuit sandwich from Wendy’s. It was so, so good! I didn’t know Wendy’s had a breakfast menu until recently. There were so many yummy items to choose from, but I went with this and have no regrets! The biscuits is what makes this sandwich hearty!

Happy weekend!

FS~

Going sausage crazy for breakfast!

Happy New Year!

Ok, I never really cared for sausages for most of my life, but these that I’ve tried were AWESOME!!!! Delicious!!! My mouth is watering and I want more!

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Breakfast at Tante’s in Kahului, Maui, at the Maui Seaside Hotel. Homemade Longanisa (Filipino sausage). This sausage was DA BOMB! So good! And that fried rice was to-die-for!

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Mid-West homemade breakfast sausage patties, made by my gf’s brother-in-law. Yummy! Tasted so good with the homemade French Toast. Like my bite marks? Haha!

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We had more sausages patties the next day! Mmm! I think they were different sausages from the previous day.

Sausages is my new craving! Isn’t it interesting how your taste buds can change overtime? Something you didn’t really care for, you’re craving, and visa versa?

I’m on a new adventure to search for some good sausages! I think I may even attempt to make some patties at home, haha! Doesn’t look too difficult.

Till next time!

FS~

 

Flyin’ Hawaiian!

It’s time for another review of airplane food. My fave! Haha! Airplane food is the best! I’ve always enjoyed it! I get so excited. It’s the best part of the flight!

I flew with Hawaiian Airlines (Hawaii, represent!!!) to Cali to attend one of my BFF’s wedding. I used to live in Cali for a couple years several years ago and loved it. I always enjoy visiting and have been thinking about moving back again in the future if a good job opportunity arises.

I love that our airlines has expanded their flights to fly across the world. It’s awesome knowing that Hawaii is being represented and known to the rest of the globe. Yea!

Going to California, I had an egg-and-cheese sandwich. It was amazing! Oh my gosh! My lovely neighbor, whom I enjoyed talking story with, didn’t want hers, so I ate hers too, later in the flight- haha! Totally satisfying!

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On my flight returning home, I had penne pasta with meatballs, mushrooms, and a light marinara sauce and a southwest salad. Wine was complementary, so I had a cup of good ol’ Chardonnay! Yummy!

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Can’t wait till my next adventure! Have a great week, all!

~FS x

 

And the Mexican food continues!

Over the weekend, I got together with my buds and we finally tried Egghead Cafe. Yesss! We’ve been wanting to go there for a long while. We had to wait a bit, but it was worth it!

I ordered the Mexican benedict, which consisted of: chorizo (sausage), sour cream, and verde (green Mexican sauce). Yummy! This is the first time I’ve ordered a “non-traditional” benedict. This was my first time having chorizo, too. I really enjoyed it! That sausage was tasty!

I would love to dine there again and try more dishes off their awesome menu! They have a pretty extensive drink menu as well!

I found an interesting article on chorizo: http://www.epicurious.com/archive/blogs/editor/2014/04/chorizo-101.html

Go to Egghead, you egg head! Haha!

Egghead Cafe
885 Queen St.; Honolulu, 96813
http://www.eggheadhonolulu.com/