Freezable Breakfast Tacos – Easy Breakfast Idea

Looking for a quick and easy way to tackle the breakfast rush? The key to eating a nutritious breakfast is planning ahead. On busy days, it is great to have these in the freezer, ready to microwave and go. 1 dozen eggs ½ cup milk Salt and pepper to taste 1 package frozen hashbrowns 1 pound breakfast sausage 1 jar salsa 8 oz shredded cheddar cheese 8 oz shredded monterey jack cheese 20 flour tortillas medium size You will need parchment paper and ziplock bags for wrapping and freezing. 1. Prepare the hashbrowns according to the package directions. 2. Fry the breakfast sausage. 3. Scramble the eggs with the milk and salt and pepper. 4. Mix the hashbrowns, sausage, and …

Why Do Make-Ahead Recipes Work So Well To Reduce Your Dinner Party Stress?

One of the “tricks” I find most useful for hosting stress-free dinner parties is to make some of the recipes ahead. I find that too many last minute jobs can overwhelm me, so I plan ahead to eliminate as many as possible. The more dishes you can prepare a day or some hours before guests ring your doorbell, the more you reduce your stress. Here are some reasons: • You avoid a last minute crisis if preparation takes longer than you thought it would. • If you like to cook, you’ll have the leisure to enjoy what you’re doing instead of feeling frantic about a deadline • You have time to clean up after you cook. • If there is …

Culinary Traditions Of South America: Argentina

Argentina is South America’s second largest country, snugly situated between the Andes mountain range, the Pacific Ocean, and the South American countries of Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil, and Chile. Being situated in such a manner, Argentina is exposed to many different cultural influences from all directions, including countries all the way across the Pacific. Spain took it upon themselves to permanently settle in the country in the late 1500s, and remained there until Buenos Aires formally emancipated themselves in 1853. One of the most remarkable differences between Argentine Cuisine and exotic cuisines from around the world is the heavy influence that the cuisine of the Italian and Spanish cultures had on it. Startlingly enough, due to the influence of the …