This one, with kale is a favorite. We vary the other ingredients from feta cheese, sun dried tomatoes to garlic and shallot. But the kale is always the constant. Try it tonight and let me know what you think!
1 bunch kale (any type)
1 roasted red pepper (skin removed)
4 whole eggs
2 egg whites
goat cheese (as much as you like!)
1 Tb olive oil
Cut kale into very think slivers. (divide in 2)
Cut roasted pepper into 1/2" pieces (divide in 2)
Beat 2 whole eggs and one egg white (x2) in separate bowls with salt and pepper
Preheat broiler on high.
On the stove top, heat olive oil in two small cast iron skillets on medium. When hot, add kale for 2 min. Add peppers for 1 minute. Spread kale mixture around evenly in pan. Pour egg mixture over. Crumble goat cheese evenly over egg.
Place under broiler for a few minutes until egg is fluffy and slightly brown.
Don't over cook it or the egg will dry out.
Enjoy with a lovely salad, or alone!
morning coffee with Pat
weekday lunch in downtown also with Pat
the girls at the trillium tasting at VeeVee
snow paw prints - what I'm reading now
Well, this post is an example of that. These are images from a mapping project done by my Site + Environment studio.
I won't get into the details...but what do you think?! Cool, right!
Let me know if you like seeing student work, and I'll post more of it!
Happy monday everyone.
Cold one day, warm the next. We are trying to settle into winter here...
concrete (don't call it cement!), kisses
cool dog, "Your Perm Solution"
I loved the space which occupies an old brick building in downtown.
Doesn't Penny looking like Super Dog in this photo? She was in heaven running around in the snow
One of my favorite days was when we visited the Butterfly House. I think it may have something to do with the balmy temperatures inside! All week it hovered around 1 degree outside!
We stopped in to buy amazing Italian Olive Oil at Olive Destination. Yummy.
And then there was family! Pat's parents and his sister and her family live in Sioux Falls. Her adorable children had the best time chasing Penny around the house. Everyone was happy.
Another favorite moment was the Goss family tradition of fondue on Christmas Eve. What could be more fun than that!
Along the way we stopped in Columbus, Indiana to see some notable architecture. It's one thing to read about it, it's quite another to experience a great building.
A standout is the library by I.M. Pei. One of the few building we were able to go inside. It is grand and intimate at the same time. I remember feeling the light. It has presence even on a cloudy, rainy, day.
But the real stars were two amazing buildings by Eero Saarinen. The North Christian Church is like a strange and beautiful ship sent here from another world. It sits quietly surrounded by the most serene and thoughtful landscape. We couldn't go inside, and on a rainy day the pictures I took just don't do it justice.
The Miller House was the star of the trip. I had read and researched this house extensively. I was not prepared for how much more incredible it would be in person. Every detail was thought about and designed to perfection. The two thing that surprised me the most is, how intimate the spaces feel, and how utterly connected to the landscape the house is.
We couldn't take pictures inside or out, so again I borrow from a professional. I wanted so much to be able to capture this place with my own lens, but alas the museum people did not allow it.
There were also random stops along the way; sleepy little town centers full of character. Time seems to have stopped here.
But, surprisingly, it was the driving that I loved best. It's meditative in a way, sitting and watching the landscape go by changing from state to state.
You may have notices the absence of new bags, or any creative endeavors. There have been few. So instead of worry, I've decided to think about this phase in life (that will surely pass) as one where the structure is strong, but it's been stripped down to the studs waiting to receive new finishes.
Until reconstruction begins, I'm working on staying focused on teaching and enjoying some down time at home with my little family. It's hard for me to not always be creating, but sometimes I just have to be ok with letting things be in process.
NOTE: The photo above is of this amazing project. It is actually under construction and I'm so excited to see it begin to take shape in the coming weeks!
While overthinking what I wanted to say in my first post of the year (and the first after a long absence), I decided the photo above says it all.
It's been a great year filled with laughter and silliness with these two... I look forward to lots more in 2013!
HAPPY NEW YEAR and thank you for reading my blog and supporting my work. It means the world to me.