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Excited for 2014? I am. I love a fresh start. I do not have any resolutions in mind, but always love the idea of making a few. So with the New Year approaching I thought it would be fun to do a look back on a few of my favorite comfort foods, photos and moments of 2013.

I love one pot meals. Stews, Soups, Casseroles, Roasts and Chili’s are a must in my home. They are perfect comfort meals as well as an easy way to stretch any budget. Here’s a look back on some eats and a few of my favorite moments of 2013. 

Stubb’s Dry rubbed Pork Roast.DSC_1323DSC_1324DSC_1319Roasted Potatoes.DSC_1330Skillet Potatoes. DSC_1328Venison Italian Meatballs.031

Soup, Chopped Salads and Flat Breads.

20130908_171617Franks Blue Cheese and Chicken Wraps.DSC_1360Mini Chicken Pot Pies.DSC_1409DSC_1405

Apple Pecan Crisp.DSC_1413Also have to share my latest kids Pictures. Stuart and Ginger.DSC_1380My Little Ginger girl. DSC_1294Loving her fancy royal blue coat. DSC_1334Stuart my boy.DSC_1297Sporting his Rhinestone Motorcycle T-shirt. DSC_1336and, some fall/winter scenery pictures.

DSC_1300I love fall color. DSC_1307Our Christmas Card Photo.DSC_1494Our Christmas Pies.DSC_1513Don’t all kids lick the beaters. Fresh Whipped Cream is their favorite.CIMG4175Stuart opening his own Christmas gifts and Ginger benefiting from his mad skills.

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CIMG4090 CIMG4092 CIMG4096              Ice Storm Damage! Poop happens. DSC_1558Ginger can JUMP.DSC_1539 and Jump.DSC_1528 and Jump some MORE.DSC_1535and One last Jump, because she can.DSC_1536Now let’s get ready to jump into 2014! 

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Thinking about a good recipe for the Easter Holiday Week-End I knew I wanted to make something in advance and something that would reheat well. I decided that Mini Asparagus Pop-Up’s were the way to go.

Added this amazing blue cheese to the ingredients list. I just added things I had on hand that I thought would compliment each other.

Eggs, blue cheese, bacon, Franks Red Hot Sauce and green onions.

Looked so pretty in the bowl.

Spooned the ingredients into the muffin cups to the top.

After 16 minutes the egg mixture did what it was supposed to, and Popped-Up.

Waited about 5 minutes before I popped them out of the cups.

I had to taste test them next so I grabbed 2 Pop-Up’s and topped with sour cream. I loved the combination, the asparagus still had a nice crisp bite to it and the blue cheese and bacon flavor really stood out.  I think I could have been heavier handed with the Frank’s Red Hot Sauce, next time.

The rest of these are coming with me to my Mother’s for Easter breakfast. I sure hope my parents like them.

Mini Asparagus Pop-Up’s Recipe

  • 8 Eggs
  • 5 Pieces of Bacon Chopped
  • 2 Green Onions Chopped
  • Blue Cheese Crumbles about 1/2 of a Cup
  • 8 Pieces of Chopped Asparagus
  • Frank’s Red Hot Sauce to Taste
  • Salt and Pepper to Taste
  • Sour Cream and Chopped Chives for Garish

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl and mix well. Spray the mini muffin tin with non-stick cooking spray and spoon mixture to the top of each cup. Bake for 16 minutes, or until the edges of the cups are golden brown. Let cool for at 5 minutes before removing from the mini muffin tin. Top with sour cream and chives.

My little dude’s got their Easter baths, and they were not happy about it, they protested the entire time, it cracks me up when they try to escape from the tub.

  

  

Hope everyone has a great Easter and enjoys time with their families.

Question of the Day: What’s your favorite ingredients to add to your egg dish?

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