Posts Tagged ‘breakfast’

Foolproof Over Easy Eggs

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People can be very demanding when it comes to how they like their eggs in the morning. You wouldn’t think that there could be so many variations on a couple of eggs, but there are. Whether you like your eggs sunny side up, over easy (or as my father-in-law used to call them, “Introduced to the pan”), medium or hard, scrambled soft or scrambled to something akin to foam insulation, or boiled soft medium or hard…if you are preparing eggs for someone who specifies any of the above, you’d better get it right! And don’t even get me started on poached! Continue »



Muffins Meet Bacon & Cheddar

When it comes to breakfast, there are few things that are as attractive, convenient, and delicious as muffins. They are probably the quintessential morning food because they can be prepared by someone who is half asleep and they still turn out beautifully, in fact, the less you fuss with mixing and folding and stirring, the better your muffin will be; they always rise, they don’t flop once they come out of the oven, they’re ready to eat almost immediately and depending on what you put in them, they can satisfy any craving. Continue »



Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with Roger Mooking

Food Network star of ‘Heat Seekers’ and ‘Everyday Exotic’, Roger Mooking, tells us where his favourite spots for BLD are in Toronto.



Video Post: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with Kevin Brauch

The latest in our series of videos where we discover the favourite restaurants of Food Network celebrities in their home town. This time we’re talking with Kevin Brauch about his haunts for breakfast, lunch and dinner. He’s a fan of roti, fresh squeezed oj & oysters.

 



Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with Chef Chuck Hughes

Montreal chef and Food Network star, Chuck Hughes, of Garde Manger restaurant and “Chuck’s Day Off”,  has just published his first cookbook. He’ll be launching the book in Toronto on May 14th, get your tickets here.

Here he tells us his favourite picks for three square meals a day in his hometown.