Hangtown fry is a type of omelette made famous during the California Gold Rush in the 1850s. The most common version includes bacon and oysters combined with eggs, and fried together. The dish was invented in Placerville, California, then known as Hangtown.
The rain has finally reached us…Hoorah! We’ve had a dry spell for a while. Moreover, with the eminent lack of snow a few ski resorts at Lake Tahoe have had to close down for the season.
Torte can mean a lot of things in baking…this particular Blueberry Torte–inspired from Food52 Kitchen Letters, is a blueberry pie translated onto a cheese-cake derivative but lighter and prettier. In essence, it’s really a no-bake cheesecake made fancy by name…
Oh those under-the-weather days…this by far is my favorite dish to have, especially when I was little.
I’ve recently purchased the Chopped Cookbook and was ecstatic to try out a recipe from it right away. Naturally, like the many contestants that have delve into their ‘mystery basket‘, I perused through the refrigerator for ingredients.
Spring has definitely sprung, and so have our hens as we gather about five to six eggs per day, (that is only from approximately five hens). We have a total of nine hens and two roosters…for now.
So this is exactly the kind of recipe you can dive into for those lazy, yet impatient days you may be having…as well as, when everything you need is readily available in the kitchen.