One of my favorite weekend breakfasts is a Dutch baby pancake. Here’s the recipe and steps in pictures. Based on the Big Apple Pancake from Gale Gand’s marvelous book Butter Sugar Flour Eggs. / First prep about three cups of fruit. If berries, no prep needed. Other fruit, core and chop into chunks. / A well-seasoned cast iron pan is needed. / Melt 2 TBSP of butter in the cast iron pan while you preheat the oven to 450F / Add the fruit to the pan and sauté until starting to soften; turn off the heat and add two TBSP of brown sugar. / Whisk 3 eggs, 1/2 cup of whatever milk you like, 1/2 cup of flour, and a pinch of salt. Pour over the fruit. Put the pan into the oven and bake for 10 mins. / Mix together 2 TBSP brown sugar and whatever spices you like. I used cinnamon and ginger today. / After 10 mins, remove the pan from the oven. Dot the top with 1 TBSP of butter cut into smaller pieces. Sprinkle with the brown sugar and spice mixture. Put pan back into oven. / bake another 10 mins. / The pancake will be very puffy and the fruit caramelized. Squeeze a bit of lemon over the top, slice/scoop and serve. / it will be lava-hot, so be careful. Also makes a great, quick dessert with some ice cream.
Sweet potato, black bean, and smoked turkey sausage hash - some fresh greens are in there and then I topped it with cilantro and fresh salsa; sour cream and pepper jack cheese on the side. Image by 📷@edo0012
Buttermilk soaked with a crispy cornmeal crust, that’s how I like my okra. I’ve always sliced mine into little nuggets and love how beautiful their little flower shape is. But this weekend I was really inspired by the beautiful long slices of fried okra at @millerunionchef
and the rustic approach to the presentation. If your garden is anything like mine right now you’ll be giving this recipe a try this week too 🌿 (📷 @heidiface
) #heirloomed #okra #buttermilk #southern #heirloomedgarden
Top Sirloin cap, broccoli man n cheese, and green beans. Time to get@these
An extremely light weight skillet, this is an early Griswold piece cast between 1890 into the 1930's. A true piece of pure iron history.
A piece that looks like it came straight out of 'Little House on the Prairie'.
Stare in awe at this mesmerizing piece of US history.