Breakfast Pie

This Breakfast Pie is a great alternative to the common camping breakfast of eggs, bacon, and toast.  The pie is easy to make and can be made the day before and refrigerated.  The pie is also very adaptable to personal taste.  Any ingredients may be added to the basic ingredients of bacon, eggs, onions and pie crust.  The pie can become vegetarian by leaving out the meat and adding a variety of vegetables even using leftovers from the night before . 

Do not use a pie plate to make this pie.  We tried a pie plate the first time we baked it and there was too much crust.  The pizza pan gives less crust and more filling. 

One pie makes six servings.

Serve the pie with fresh fruit salad.

Enjoy!  Mais C’est Bon!!   

Breakfast Pie

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Honeyed Figs with Andouille

Philosophy

Why did we put these ingredients together? As you look over recipes we post here, you need to keep in mind why we choose to put together the ingredients for a particular dish. Usually it’s because we either found them fresh at the Farmers Market, or to make them Cajun. Let’s take a look at this fig recipe.

The bread we used is something we found from our local Farmer’s Market, it could have been almost any fresh specialty bread found locally. Continue reading “Honeyed Figs with Andouille”

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Morning Sunburst

 

Sometimes those culinary accidents just happen when you think, “Oh, I have such and such in the frig which will go well with this.”  For example, we don’t make Party Salad just to make Morning Sunburst, however, in making breakfast one morning, we remembered we had Party Salad left and incorporated it into this recipe.  Now when we have left over Party Salad, we’ll remember the Morning Sunburst.

Enjoy!  Mais C’est Bon!!

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