• Ham & Chive Omelet

    Ham & Chive Scrambled Omelet

    Today, I’m sharing a really easy side dish or small meal that is an old favorite/comfort food. When my mom makes Chinese food (unless we’re eating noodles or something like that) it usually consists of white rice and an assortment of 3-5 side dishes. One thing I’ve eaten throughout my life is eggs with some sort of meat and a vegetable. It can vary. Sometimes it’s got roast pork and string bean niblets. Sometimes, like how I’m making it here, it is chives and ham. I took these photos last year when I decided to make this ham & chive (sort of) omelet to bring to work for lunch with…

  • Egg & Pepper Stuffed Toast

    Egg & Pepper Stuffed Toast

    Happy Saturday! Weekends are the only time I can make breakfast that isn’t something I’m grabbing and eating in my car on my way to work. So today I’m sharing a delicious breakfast post with you that you can make for breakfast, brunch, whatever. I saw this video on Facebook a long time ago via Chefclub for this Omelette-in-a-hole. I actually forgot that’s what it was called until I searched for the video just now hence why my blog post name is different. It’s similar to the classic eggs in a basket or egg-in-a-hole, but fancier because it’s got peppers, ham, and cheese. First, I cut up some ham – I just…

  • Eggs in a Basket - Breakfast

    Sunday Breakfast – Eggs in a Basket

    I hope you all enjoyed getting that extra hour of sleep with the time change! I was going to start this post off by saying “happy Sunday!” but I think I’d be happier if I didn’t have to think about how the weekend is almost over. I know, I recently did a breakfast food post, but I’m back with another one. This one is full of simple favorites that all together make a pretty delicious plate. This breakfast isn’t from today – I’m probably just having cereal or something today to be honest. I cut up some potatoes for hash browns, made eggs in a basket, and completed my plate…

  • Spinach & Mushroom Omelette

    Spinach & Mushroom Omelette

    Sunday mornings are not my favorite because that means the weekend is almost over. However, one highlight is that Sundays are usually the days I have more time to have a nicer breakfast. Omelettes aren’t difficult to make, but there’s a lot of prep work so it’s not something I can eat in my allotted 5-10 minutes for breakfast on weekdays. For the omelette I’m sharing today, I’m calling it a spinach and mushroom omelette but there are more ingredients inside. I just didn’t want to call it a “spinach, mushroom, tomato, onion, bacon omelette” because that’s just ridiculous. Anyway, I used all the ingredients above as well as some…

  • Egg Roast Pork & String Beans

    Egg, Roast Pork, & String Beans

    Today I’m sharing something I’ve eaten pretty much my entire life so I guess you could say it’s a sort of comfort food. It’s an Asian style omelet in a way. It’s also incredibly easy to make. Follow along to see how it’s made! First, cut up your string beans and roast pork (this can be found at any asian food stores) into bite size pieces. In a bowl beat 4-5 eggs. Add a little salt. In a wok, put some oil and stir around the string beans and roast pork. After I heat those up, I pour in the beaten eggs. I put a few dashes of oyster sauce…