Best Scrambled Eggs

I love eggs made all ways, but this is my new favorite way to make Scrambled Eggs, courtesy of famous chef Thomas Keller. I clipped it out of a Departures (Amex) magazine and it was to promote the Per Se and French Laundry chef’s All-Clad collection, but I made it in my non-stick Always Pan.Continue reading “Best Scrambled Eggs”

Musical Beds, Croquettas & Stone Crabs

I’ve stopped sleeping with my husband. Not in the biblical sense, but in the physical sense in that I’m no longer in the same bed in our bedroom. The reason? His incredibly loud snoring has been waking me up out of a deep slumber. I value my sleep and normally sleep quite well, but whenContinue reading “Musical Beds, Croquettas & Stone Crabs”

The Best Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe

I’ve had this Roasted Chicken Noodle Soup recipe from Cooking Light magazine for years (actually October 1996) and it’s my absolute favorite. It’s different than a typical Chicken Soup Recipe, as it uses leftover chicken instead of starting with a raw chicken to make a broth. This makes it the ideal way to use upContinue reading “The Best Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe”

Thanksgiving Vibes & Lost Causes

I seem to be losing a lot of things lately. Last week, I lost two pairs of sunglasses. A pair of aviators, that were a Christmas present from my husband, and a pair of Wayfare-esque ones. I’m not sure where they came from. I could blame it on age, but honestly, I’ve always been somewhatContinue reading “Thanksgiving Vibes & Lost Causes”

My Week of Endless Eating

Last week may have been the “Foodiest” week for Foodie in Miami ever! It started Monday with Rosh Hashanah dinner at my sister’s Kelley’s house with her family. We had Matzo Ball Soup, Brisket with Gravy, Potato Leek Kugel, Brussels Sprouts with Tahini dressing and Pomegranate Seeds and Challah Bread. Dessert was a delicious AppleContinue reading “My Week of Endless Eating”

Mango Almond Overnight Oats

The appeal of these Mango Almond Overnight Oats is they are made ahead, stuck in the fridge and ready to eat for breakfast the next morning. They are also a portable breakfast to take on-the-go, making them perfect for busy people who want to eat healthy. Mason jars with a top make the perfect containerContinue reading “Mango Almond Overnight Oats”

Fall in Miami

All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey… The Mamas and Papas Here in Miami, all the leaves aren’t brown, but the sky is grey and rainy, due to incoming Hurricane Ian. Yes, while the rest of the country begins to bundle up for the Fall nip in the air, we here inContinue reading “Fall in Miami”

What to Order at TUR Kitchen for Miami Spice

I finally ate a Miami Spice meal! If you’re unaware, Miami Spice occurs for two months- August and September- when South Florida restaurants offer Pre-Fixe 3-course meals. For some restaurants, especially very pricey ones, Miami Spice is a great deal. For others, like my friend says: It’s just like getting a free dessert. After severalContinue reading “What to Order at TUR Kitchen for Miami Spice”

Signature Dishes

It was a busy week last week for Foodie in Miami! Labor Day we had to go for our “free” Hot Dogs at Riviera. Emma and Guillermo, A.J. Wyatt and Phoenix joined us for the buffet of Baked Beans, Coleslaw, Potato Salad, Pasta Salad and Chips and then A.J. took the boys swimming. Dinner wasContinue reading “Signature Dishes”

Build a Better Breakfast

September is Better Breakfast Month, which makes sense with the start of a new school year. What’s the first thing you should eat when you wake up in the morning? Trick question, because you should reach for a glass of agua immediately upon rising to re-hydrate. I usually follow a glass of water with aContinue reading “Build a Better Breakfast”