Olive Oil Mayonnaise

The yolks and olive oil give homemade mayo a much different colouring than the classic blubbering white stuff from grocery stores (appealing-sounding, isn’t it?). I’m honestly not sure what they do to the processed mayo to make it that colour, but I didn’t feel like finding out since I do still eat it from time…

Broccoli, Cheddar and Eggplant Quiche

Quick breakfasts are convenient, but sometimes putting in some extra time is worth it. Quiche is easy, cheap and low-maintenance so you can do the crossword, watch morning cartoons or sit in a morning-zombie state at your kitchen table until it’s done. I know eggplant is not really a traditional addition to quiche, but I…

Sriracha Baked Eggs in Muffin Tins

Baked eggs are a lazy chef’s dream. Seriously low-maintenance, minimal prep time, and easy to re-heat as leftovers. The scrambled egg cups are really simple and puff up, resulting in a soufflé-looking dish. The salami cups are still very easy, but the egg does pour a little bit past the “deli” slice, so just be…

Easy Vegetable Frittata with Shredded Tofu

I have never had a successful time with cast iron skillets and eggs. No matter how much oil or butter I put down, the eggs still always stuck and fell apart. This time, I found the perfect method. The trick is to heat the pan in advance so that it’s really hot before you coat…

Baked Eggs in Tomato Cups

Rushed mornings should not mean no breakfast. You can prep this recipe in 2 minutes the night before (literally) so everything will be ready to go in the morning. Bake the cups while you’re doing your daily morning routine so by the time you’re ready to leave you can eat this and go. This recipe…

Eggnog French Toast

There is a love/hate relationship going on with eggnog in my mind. I think it has good flavour and everything, but the idea of drinking egg grosses me out slightly. So last night I saw the Iron Chef holiday special, where each chef needed to incorporate eggnog into all of their dishes. One chef made…