The other day, whilst driving past a billboard advertising Tim Horton’s “Aged Cheddar Biscuit Sandwich”, I commented to Cheesler that the “aged” part seems weirdly placed, like it describes that the entire biscuit sandwich was aged. An elderly biscuit sandwich, if you will. That got me thinking, and I soon found myself with a real hankering […]
This post is not really about breaking eggs. Well actually, there were some eggs broken in the process of preparing the brunch pictured herein, but it was done as humanely as possible. This post is about the original Soph n’ Stuff creation I shall henceforth refer to as “Eggs Beneduck”. And it is Breaking because […]
As you know, I am a stickler for not letting food go to waste in my kitchen. I agonize over how to use up the last little scraps of things. Where did this industriousness come from? Probably my parents. Among other things, their lessons to reduce, reuse and recycle have been engraved into my memory. […]
Ever find yourself with a bunch of left-over red beans n’ rice and just have no clue what to do with it? Ever find yourself wondering what you could possibly make for brunch on a lazy Sunday morning?
When it comes to brunch, I love love love anything with mexican flavours. The combination of beans and salsa and eggs. Divine.
Recently, I spent a weekend in Edmonton for a family wedding. When our hosts were out of the house for the day, there was not much to do other than watch TV.
Hotcakes. Flapjacks. Pannekoeken. Crepes. Johnny Cakes. Call them what you will, these brunch beauts are darn delicious.
Or rather, “enjoy your meal!” Which is what you’re going to do if you try this inspired brunch.
Brunch. You probably haven’t heard of it. But it’s kind of a big deal. When it comes to brunch in the Soph n’ Stuff household, we don’t mess around. That is, in the figurative sense we don’t mess around. In the literal sense, things do sometimes get messy. I used to dislike peameal bacon (aka […]
Fajitas are a staple of the weeknight menu rotation in the Soph n’ Stuff household. They’re easy, healthy and delicious. If you end up with leftovers, they can be converted into something for another meal. I have used fajita leftovers in quesadillas, pizzas, and even baked pasta. Today’s inspired brunch uses leftover uncooked fajita veggie […]