Pigs in a Blanket

Pizza Dough
Cocktail Franks
1/4 Cu Baking Soda
Egg Wash

Cut slices of pizza dough approx. quarter inch thick and long enough to wrap around the Franks at least once. Roll your Franks with the dough. Boil 5 cups of water with Baking Soda, stir. Boil Wrapped Franks for 20-30 seconds. Remove Franks from water, place on baking sheet and lather egg wash. Sprinkle salt, Bake for 15 minutes @ 425 degrees. Serve with Cheese sauce, mustard or Marinara.

Cauliflower Fried Rice

1/2 head of Cauliflower
1 TBSP Sesame Oil
1 TBSP Garlic
3 TBSP Soy Sauce
2 Eggs
1 Cup of Peas
1 Cup of Carrots
8 oz (1/2 lb) of beef


Season the beef. Chop or blend Cauliflower into rice sized bites. Put Sesame Oil in saucepan on  Medium-High heat. Add Garlic, then add beef and cook until steak is medium rare. Add Carrots then Cauliflower, stir then add your peas. Stir again and make a whole in the middle and add your two beaten eggs in the whole. Stir eggs until scrambled then combined with the rest of the mixture. Add Soy Sauce and pepper and it is ready to serve.


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Pizza or puff pastry dough (puff pastry works best)
Shredded cheese
1-2 Tomatoes
2-3 Eggs


Roll out dough circle. Add cheese and bacon. Fold outside dough into crust. Bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes. Line tomatoes on the outside. Crack eggs on top in the middle of galette. Bake at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes. Use pizza stone or REMEMBER TO PAM OR OIL YOUR PAN/FOIL! Garnish with Basil and pepper.

Easy Breakfast Galette

Posted by Tasty on Saturday, January 23, 2016

Pizza or puff pastry dough (puff pastry works best)
Tomato sauce
Shredded Mozzarella cheese
Melted Butter


Roll out 2 identical dough circles. Add sauce and cheese and desired toppings, covered with second dough circle. Cut into slices and twist once or twice if possible. Brush melted butter on top. Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. REMEMBER TO PAM OR OIL YOUR PAN/FOIL!

3 Large tomatoes
2 Cucumbers
1 Small sweet vidalia onion
2 Lemons
1/4 Cup olive oil
Salt & pepper

Chop tomatoes, onions and cucumbers to desired size. Squeeze lemons, add olive olive and garnish with salt and pepper. Let sit overnight or at least 1 hour.

Being born in France and being there for years as a child didn’t take any of the charm or beauty away from this vacation. This is a map of our travels and the names of the places we visited. Below you’ll find pictures and commentary.


Here are photos that correspond with each visit and below the gallery is a more complete explanation.


During our quick stay in Paris (approx. a day and a half) we were able to visit the Eiffel Tower, Sacré-Cœur, Notre Dame, Le Louvre, Arc de Triomphe, Champs-Élysées and Place de la Concorde. It was extremely efficient and cost effective to take the Metro from one location to the next. We did have someone with us that knew Paris well so we didn’t have to fumble trying to plan our routes but even without knowing Paris, it is moderately easy to get around. With a little help from the weather and a bit of luck we were even able to get to the top floor of the Eiffel Tower with very little wait. When people think it’s going to rain, they shy away from visiting it so you could save yourself hours in line by choosing the right day and time. We stayed in Paris in a tiny apartment that we booked through AirBNB which worked out just fine and was much cheaper than booking a hotel. Check it out here.


The picture you see of Normandy is a tiny village called Villeray where my grandfather lived and I spent many childhood summers. The castle in the photo is the Château de Villeray which is now a hotel and spa.


This region of France is one of the most beautiful and fruitful in France. Stunning mountain vistas and endless vineyards on hillsides are picture perfect and have lots of tastings called ‘demonstrations’. This is also where some of the worlds best chocolatiers operate and where truffles are grown.


A charming little village with an incredible riverside view of cliffside houses built right into the rock. Take a short walk around the village and you will up at one of its many ice cream vendors to help cool down during the hot summer months


A tiny little village with nothing to do except for admire the views. If you are staying in Peymeinade I would recommend taking a taxi to the top and walking down through the pedestrian trails.


Nice is a beautiful and classic city in France. The main courtyard is impressive and so Apis the water display in the centre. Transportation is great and simple and keep an eye out for the grassy railroad tracks as under them flows a covered up river meant to keep everyone connect.


Everyone knows Cannes is the film capital of the world but most people don’t know that it is also a city of beautiful beaches and great wealth.


The richest tiny country in the world, Monaco is filled with luxurious cars, stores, beautiful women and giant yachts from oil rich Arabic countries. The amount of money here will make you sick.


While the exotic garden was like every front yard here in Phoenix filled with cacti and spiky plants, the view is absolutely spectacular. The tiny village is filled with art and tourism shops and a few nice places to grab some refreshments.


A small little village less than 20 miles from the beach and from Spain. I loved the wild almonds and blackberries growing along the roads and beautiful scenic views of vineyards and lush green hills.

St. Martin du Canigou

This incredible monastery built on a rock face in the mountains is simply breathtaking and truly a wonder. A mildly difficult hour long hike is undoubtedly worth the reward.