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Showing posts from April, 2011

Recipie: Spinach and Bacon Quiche

The other dish I made for Easter Brunch was a Spinach and Bacon Quiche. I had never made a quiche before but I have had some pretty good ones. Particularly the one I sampled from Bluebird bakery, which was one of the best I have ever tasted. I again forgot to take pictures of the process and I promise I will do better in the future.

Recipie: Baked French Toast Casserole

For Easter dinner I cooked for the family and decided to go with a Brunch Theme. One of the main dishes that went over very well was the Baked French Toast Casserole. It was pretty easy to make, although I made several changes to the recipe. Everyone that tried it loved it so I would have to say it was a success for my first time trying it.

Review: Sunday Brunch at Vitor’s

Today’s choice off the Breakfast Menu was Vitor’s Today the wife and I decided that we could hit a place he have hit before and that we love. We got a late start again, as always. We ended up at Vitor’s. It is one of our favorite places and it is a pretty solid meal every time.

Getting onto Urban Spoon

I am currently in the process of getting myself featured on the website Urban spoon. I figure that this will raise the visibility of my site and get me viewers. It does make me feel better to know that I am not just writing these for myself.

Anyways, part of the vetting/confirmation process involves me writing a blog post that says

"Urban Spoon Rocks!"

This is that blog post.

Sunday Brunch at Annabel's

Today’s choice off the Breakfast Menu was Annabelle’s Today the wife and I decided to try someplace close and new, mostly because we got a late start today. We ended up at a nice little place called Annabelle’s where the wait was long but service was wonderful and the food was delicious. Overall it set the standard for one of our best breakfast experiences so far.

Review: Dinner at Aunt Flora’s

Today’s choice off the Breakfast Menu was Peach Cobbler from Aunt Flora’s

Today the we had friends in town so we decided to hit up a soul food place that my wife had just learned about named Aunt Flora’s. Come to find it was right up the street from our house, and had been featured on Martha Stewart and Oprah. Our friends are people who love good soul food so we knew that we had to provide a quality experience, fortunately we were pleasantly surprised by what we found at Aunt Flora’s that day. I know dinner reviews are unusual for TBM but today sometimes I will make an exception for good food.(also its my blog, so I do what I want.)