The King’s Chilaquiles

My third year of medical school has flown by! We finished all of our rotations in the core clerkships: Internal Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, and Pediatrics. While our third year far surpassed first and second year, it did not leave a lot of time for blogging. I am just now entering my…

David’s Breakfast Hash

David was able to visit this past weekend. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to see him for quite some time, as I will be in school and he will be out of the country. I figured it only made sense to have a post about a delicious breakfast that I learned to make from him….

Mom’s German Pancake

It always amazes me how some of my family’s simplest recipes are usually the most revered. This was one of my favorite breakfast’s growing up, and when I started cooking, it was one of the first recipes that I mastered. The recipe is so simple, it’s hard not to commit to memory. My senior year…

Muffins On Muffins

In keeping with the recent breakfast theme, today’s post is all about muffins. Most everybody loves muffins. You might ask, but what’s their allure? Well, Jim Gaffigan said it best, “Muffins are just bald cupcakes.” These handheld treats are great for those times you have to dash out the door to beat the morning rush,…

Jess’s Vegetarian Breakfast Bowls

I think it’s probably pretty evident from many of my posts that I am not a vegetarian. In fact, given my family’s predilection for hunting and fishing, some may consider us to be carnivores. As far back as I can remember many of our family dinners have revolved around one form of meat or another….

The Early Bird’s Egg Sandwich

You might think that it’s hard to prepare a breakfast that is quick to make, delicious, and portable, but it’s actually pretty simple. As is the case with other quick-to-prepare recipes, the key is to do as much of the prep work in advance as possible. When I was growing up, English muffin sandwiches were…