The best kitchen decor is the kind that comes with a story. It serves a purpose in your kitchen and is a great conversation piece. I found the perfect gadget holder one day when I pulled up at a vintage shop. One of the vendors had pulled out several old vintage items from her trunk to show the shop owner. While the owner was making her decision on which things she wanted to keep for the shop, I studied two chair springs. Thinking that I could make use of them somehow in my kitchen or upcycle them to sell, I knew I just had toRead More →

You can eat this omelet and still maintain your gluten-free and dairy-free lifestyle. It’s creamy-delicious and filling.         Daiya Cheese and Spinach Omelet Recipe Type: Breakfast Cuisine: American Author: Angie with kitchenhospitality.com Prep time: 5 mins Cook time: 5 mins Total time: 10 mins Serves: 1 Vegetarian omelet Ingredients Daiya cheese, mozzarella style (a small handful) 2 eggs or egg whites 2 handfuls raw spinach, chopped 2 tablespoons Coconut Oil Instructions Put the Coconut Oil onto a heated griddle, medium temperature. Add the chopped spinach then the eggs. Let the eggs set a few seconds then scramble them into the spinach. SprinkleRead More →

Healthy omelets are filling and satisfying and great for a Sunday morning. When eating such an omelet for breakfast or brunch, you can make it through the day until dinner. Last Sunday morning I prepared a turkey and kitchen garden omelet for Hubs and me. The ground turkey was a left over. I went out to the herb and veggie garden just outside my kitchen and got a mini green bell pepper, a few basil leaves, and a couple of tomatoes from my Roma tomato plant. The Coconut Oil began to sizzle on the griddle, and the bell pepper and tomatoes were added first. NextRead More →

                      One of the Labor Day weekend breakfasts I made for the hubby and me was especially delightful. The food was really good as it was my favorite – veggie cheese omelets with ground turkey and cilantro and gluten-free waffles topped with a tad of butter and local honey. Yum!                   The delightful part was watching the our two little kittens, brother and sister, play inside the basket on top of the kitchen scale in the herb garden. We just knew they were going to tip theRead More →