Saturday, April 3, 2010

Micro Egg Omelet Sandwich

Micro Egg Omelet Sandwich

There is nothing like a fluffy egg omelet sandwich to start your day. It is healthy and easy to make. I make this sandwich for my Mom and I almost every morning and it takes the edge off our hunger in a most delicious way.

This is a wonderful snack to take with for the morning commute or if you are flying. It only takes minutes to make and is very satisfying. It will ward off temptation to eat other less healthy snacks. You will have a new outlook on the day.

2 tablespoons Olive Oil
3 eggs
½ cup grated Pecorino Romano Cheese
1 tablespoon shaved butter
2 Slices Whole Grain Bread

Pour Olive Oil into bottom of pasta/soup dish
Roll dish to coat sides
Break 3 eggs in dish and scramble
Add cheese and fold into eggs
Add Shaved butter
Cover with flat dish
Microwave for 2 ½ minutes
Place bread on flat dish
Microwave for ½ minute
Fold egg omelet in half and place into bread slices

Monday, March 1, 2010

Send Love To The Children of Haiti

How to Love the Children of Haiti
By besesitos

Every now and then, the wrath of God and Mother Nature devastates an area of the World. It may be God's way of bringing attention to a situation and a country and it's people that need help. The people of Haiti, especially the children, have been brought to the attention of the Universe for a reason. Their level of poverty is unacceptable to God and something had to be done to expose the inhumane conditions of this country. How and Why should all of these people live so poorly, without running water, sanitation, and a level of cleanliness that is unacceptable for the rest of the world.

My contribution, is to use my bilingual children’s book, “Roger The Duck~El Pato Roger”, as a catalyst to raise money to help the unfortunate children of Haiti. What more appropriate tool, than a bilingual children’s book that speaks their language?

All children are our future. They deserve our Love. Join us to feed, clothe, shelter, educate, protect and nurture children the Children of Haiti. Go to and send a gift of Love to the Children of Haiti.

Purchase, ”Roger The Duck”, on and Help The Beautiful Children of Haiti.

All of the proceeds will be given to the Red Cross to help these children who have suffered this catastrophe, to help with food, clothing, shelter and education and to nurture and protect them.

Give a Wonderful book to your child and Send a Gift of Love to the Children of Haiti at
"It is in Giving that you will Receive."
"What you do for the least of my brethren, you do for me."

Friday, February 26, 2010

The Italian Breakfast Scramble, Frittata, Quiche

It is always a comforting feeling when there is a delicious breakfast on the Italian Kitchen Table. You wake up to the wonderful aroma that permeates the air and stimulates your taste buds and your desire to enjoy life. Included in the breakfast are healthy and stimulating ingredients. In this particular breakfast we have zucchini, eggs, onion, tomatoes, and roasted chicken. What a delicious combination of healthy foods.

3 small zucchini
1 med onion
1 med tomato diced
3 eggs scrambled
3 tablespoons olive oil
1 roasted chicken breast cut into small pieces.
Salt and pepper and seasoning to taste.

Wash and slice zucchini into thin rounds.
Peel and slice onion into thin rounds.
Wash and dice tomato.
Open and scramble eggs.

In lg sauté pan, on medium high heat, start to sauté zucchini in olive oil, until starting to brown and turn.
Add thinly sliced onion and allow to soften with heat and then fold into zucchini.
Sauté for a short while until tender and add diced tomato, folding into the mix.
Push sautéed veggies to the side of the pan and add the scrambled eggs to the center.
Allow to run through the veggies and as it cooks, scramble into the veggies.
Again, push contents of pan to the sides and add the roasted chicken.
Continue to cook until chicken is heated, and serve.

Frittata: Fold chicken into veggies, spread evenly in sauté pan, pour 4/5 scrambled eggs over chicken and veggies and heat until firm.

Quiche: Fold chicken into veggies, pour 5/6 scrambled eggs into veggies and pour into a 9" pie shell baking at 350 degrees for 20/25 mins until firm.