• Easter Brunch 2019: 3ten.ca

    Project: Easter Brunch 2019

    It’s that time – time for Easter Brunch 2019. Don’t you just love brunch? It’s like it’s own little extra meal. On days when we have brunch, I’ve usually eaten something small in the morning, like yogurt and fruit, then have brunch around 11am. Then around 2pm a snack and then dinner at the usual time. In no way shape or form does this one meal cancel out two. And, in no way do I eat twice as much than at another meal. All of…

  • Brunch Platter: 3ten.ca

    Recipe: Brunch Platter

    Looking for a fun way to host a brunch? Make a brunch platter. It’s colourful, gives guests choice, and it’s festive! Here we’ve got jammy eggs, cream cheese and a lot of vegetables to make brunch great. Let’s get started. Ingredients avocado red pepper cucumber tomato pepperettes hummus cream cheese with herbs jammy eggs First, you’ll want to cook the jammy eggs. I don’t multitask when cooking the jammy eggs – the time goes by too quickly and any time I try I end up…

  • Citrus Salad: 3ten.ca

    Recipe: Citrus Salad

    This fresh citrus salad has some nice acidity, beautiful flavours, and it’s a bright way to start the weekend. You can use any citrus you like and change it up from time to time. Let’s get started. Ingredients 4 cara cara oranges 1 lime handful of blueberries pinch of salt 1 teaspoon fresh cilantro drizzle of agave First, wash and cut your citrus. I did this with 5 knife cuts on the cara cara oranges and 6 on the limes. Then, slice thinly. You could…

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    Project: Easter Brunch 2018

    It’s Easter tomorrow and that means it’s time for Easter brunch 2018. Last year we also celebrated with a brunch and I even used the same placemats. They’ve become a small tradition. I love when we start our own little family traditions, it’s so fun. Okay, let’s get started on what we’ve got here. The Recipes Mexican Shakshouka Avocado Corn Salsa Homemade Tortilla Chips First, set your table nicely. I like to do this early, before the guests arrive. That way it’s nice and pretty…

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    Recipe: Mexican Shakshouka

    It’s time for breakfast – this traditional African dish is given a Mexican twist. Time for shakshouka. You can make the base (all but the eggs) ahead of time if you wish, that way you just have assembly and baking when you’re guests arrive. Let’s get cooking. Ingredients 2 off the vine tomatoes 1 teaspoon of your favourite chili flakes 3 tablespoons of grape seed oil 2 teaspoons of chopped garlic half a red onion 1 jalapeƱo 19 oz can of black beans 1/3 cup…