Recipe| Easy to Make Crepes

Ever wonder why or how we became so fascinated by crepes? According to Monique's Crepes, The word crêpe is French for pancake and is derived from the Latin crispus meaning “curled”. Crêpes originated inBrittany (fr. Breton), in the northwest region of France, which lies between the English Channel to the north and the Bay of Biscay … Continue reading Recipe| Easy to Make Crepes


Recipe| Baked Omelet

Its breakfast time! When most of us think of an omelet we normally just consider frying eggs in a skillet with a few vegetables right? Right! Truth is anything you can fry you can actually bake. In this case baking may be a tad bit better.Takes longer to cook but better. If you ever wondered … Continue reading Recipe| Baked Omelet

Recipe| Beignets

History of Beignets (Pronounced ben~yay) Beignets are the official state doughnut of Louisiana. How this tasty treat ended up in the Pelican State is a typical American migration story. From Rome andGaul, to the Great White North and the Big Easy, beignets are an American success. Europeans have been eating fried dough at least as far back as ancient Rome. Scriblita were a type of … Continue reading Recipe| Beignets

Recipe| Cheese Grits & Shrimp

Every now and then we all get a taste for some good ole' Cajun food.. Cheese grits with shrimp screams soul food mix with a tad a Cajun. Enjoy! Ingredients 2 bacon slices 1 pound unpeeled, medium-size raw shrimp 1/8 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/4 cup all-purpose flour 1 cup sliced fresh mushrooms 2 teaspoons canola oil 1/2 cup chopped green onions … Continue reading Recipe| Cheese Grits & Shrimp

Recipe|Breakfast Casserole

Also called Farmer's Casserole this recipe is very easy to whip up and very similar to a big ol' omelette.Enjoy! Ingredients 3 cups frozen hash brown potatoes 3/4 cup shredded pepper jack cheese 1 cup cooked ham, diced 1/4 cup chopped green onions 4 eggs, beaten 1 (12 fluid ounce) can evaporated milk 1/4 teaspoon … Continue reading Recipe|Breakfast Casserole