Here’s a grilled cheese sandwich full of flavor for The Farmer’s Monday morning breakfast! Pulled pork, Cabot Tomato Basil Cheddar Cheese, and sliced California avocado on grilled sourdough bread. I’m calling this the Tomato Basil Grilled Cheese with Pulled Pork and Avocado, and it’s a mouthful! Continue reading
Here’s the perfect brunch for a lazy morning! I’ve seen avocados with eggs baked inside, but this avocado stuffed with crab cake has the best of both worlds: Continue reading
We’re going GREEN today! Not just avocado green, but Baby Bok Choy green too! Baby Bok Choy is a tender baby Asian chard-cabbage, and they are sooo cute! Those darling little crunchy stems and deep green leaves remind me of Farmer McGregor’s garden where Peter Rabbit ate so many delicious vegetables!
I love corned beef but I’m not all that fond of the traditional New England boiled dinner with cabbage. I like my corned beef baked. Then I like to slice it really thin for sandwiches or cut it up into cubes for hash. How about a new tradition for St. Patrick’s Day? Corned beef and California avocado!
Here’s the corned beef I baked this year. I planned on serving it with potatoes, carrots, and broccoli. I was sure there would be plenty, so I sliced some for corned beef hash. Sauteed some onions, corned beef and red pepper. Most of the corned beef disappeared at breakfast and lunchtime!
I had planned to serve the hash for breakfast with eggs, but we had ripe avocados on the kitchen counter, so avocado toast happened. Avocado Toast with Corned Beef Hash. A new tradition is born! Avocado is GREEN after all! And we all know that leprechauns love avocados too! (At least, the leprechauns who live around here do!)
Here’s an Irish Blessing for you on this St. Paddy’s Day:
May you have warm words on a cold evening, a full moon on a dark night,and the road downhill all the way to your door.
And avocado toast.
Whenever the subject of Bacon avocados comes up the first question is always “Does a Bacon avocado taste like bacon?”
Bacon avocados are named for Mr. James Bacon, who hybridized them in 1954. This year is the 60th birthday of the Bacon avocado! That’s plenty of reason to celebrate with a big bowl of guacamole made with Bacon avocados! Continue reading