Silicone Omelet Mold by Le’Kue’
Silicone Omelet mold by Le’Kue’, is quite handy during the early morning rush of getting son BJ and husband Barry out the door on time to beat the rout 128 traffic. At the start of this school year I began fixing BJ and St. Barry “to go” breakfast wraps per their request. This morning ritual of preparing a hot “to go” breakfast, followed by the quick ‘kiss, kiss, have a good day, here is your warm breakfast, enjoy, wave goodbye close the door,” left me with the not so joyful sink of dirty cooking equipment each morning.
Two weeks ago while washing at the sink, a flash back of a microwave cooking demonstration I attended with my mother, back in the day when Microwaves were the new “Must Have” Kitchen Gadget of the times. The fast, no fuss little mess style cooking revolutionized kitchen around the world.
I remembered watching scrabbled eggs cook in a glass Pyrex liquid measuring cup quickly, effortlessly, and with little mess within minute’s right in the aisle of the appliance store. The very next morning, happened to be a Saturday, and I decided to replicate that same microwave egg demonstration to son BJ. He thought it was a genius approach of cooking fast with little mess to clean, and was happy with the results. For the next several days their “to go” breakfast wraps and sandwiches were prepared in this fashion, until I scored this nifty silicone omelet gadget made by Le’Kue’ on clearance for $8.00 in Marshalls the other day. This Silicone Omelet mold by Le’Kue’ has definitely made my morning job of fixing a hot “To Go” breakfast for my boys a lot faster and easier. I definitely give this kitchen gadget a two thumbs up for the ease of preparing eggs in an omelet style via the microwave.
*Note~ Our fist omelet was prepared following the manufactures instructions, of whisking ingredients together before pouring into the silicone mold, but that process resulted in 3 things to clean measuring cup, whisking tool, and silicon mold. I shorten the cleaning item list to 2 by add and whisking all ingredients together in the silicone mold itself just prior to cooking.
If you like omelet style eggs and find your morning too busy to deal with “cooking” that requires your undivided attention so you don’t burn the house down, find yourself a Le’Kue’ Omelete mold Stat!
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Sunday Football Lunch
Captains Joe & Sons Lobster and Hot Dogs & Beans are on todays menu at Sista Felicia’s… What are you serving today?
Creamy Mushroom and Leek Soup
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Abbey Mathews Writes~
Just had to try the new recipe! They were delicious and my neighbors definitely approved!!
Abbey, your Blueberry Cheese Danish look delicious! Happy to hear they were enjoyed! Thanks for sharing your photo!
Blueberry Cheese Danish
Puff Pastry and preserved james are staple ingredient, in my freezer and pantry year round. This is one of my favorite go to quick and easy breakfast, brunch, or coffee time recipes, that I have been making for years. This puff pastry delight can easily be whipped up and served in under an hour!
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Ruth Pino Writes~Perfect day for Felicia Ciaramitaro Mohan Italian donuts!
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Grandma Felicia’s Heirloom Tomato & Cucumber Salad
My grandparents had lush gardens that yielded an abundant amount of sweet vine ripened fruits and vegetables, including several varieties of tomatoes each year. Growing up Grandma Felicia’s Heirloom Tomato & Cucumber Salad made its way onto the table countless times, throughout the summer months. She cleverly paired this simplistic side salad with her famous unconventional sweet non acidic dressing. Her “Sweet Olive Oil Dressing”, perfectly balanced the flavors of the vine ripened Heirloom tomatoes, crisp cucumber and pungent red onion and oregano. Make sure you serve the salad with a crusty wedge of Italian bread, so you can use the wedge of crusty bread to dip in the extra salad dressing left behind in the plate…we Sicilians call this act of dipping “Abbagnari” …Trust me on this one “a piece of Italian Bread soaked in this sweet dressing is Incredibly Delicious!
This morning I gave a live “Farm to Table” cooking demonstration at Applenton Farm highlighting Grandma Felicia’s Heirloom Tomato & Cucumber Salad Recipe
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Yesterday Husband Barry and I enjoyed the late afternoon hours walking around Boston’s North End. The streets of the North End were filled with familiar sounds and smells of all things that make up an Italian Fiesta; Food, Family, Friends, and Fun! This past weekend the celebration of “The Feast Of The Fisherman” hosted by the Modonna Del Soccorso Society drew large crowds from near and far. Back in late June, JeanneMarie Linquata, of Gloucester shared the Linquata Family’s lifetime connection with the Modonna Del Soccorso Society in Boston North End during The “Linquata Family Fiesta Tradition Interview”. JeannMarie Linquata explained how she lovingly continues to keep “Aunt Josie Deliberti’s” tradition of hand making the annual Fiesta Committee members signature ribbon adorned St. Peter and Modonna Del Soccorso Pins for the feast of St.Peter hosted by The St.Peter’s Fiesta Committee in late June here in Gloucester and The Feast Of The Fisherman Hosted by The Modonna Del Soccorso Society in Boston MA. Yesterday I spotted JeanMarie’s beautiful pins on dozens of shirts in the crowded streets of the feast.
Fiesta, Family, Friends & Fun Times!
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I am harvesting pears from the family homestead tree. I would like to give you a bag for your sister to come up with a baked pear or something pear recipe. Are you at Capt Joe’s wharf tomorrow morning?
Anthony L. Burnham
Anthony, I was so touched by your kindness. Thank you for thinking of me! I’m super excited to be in the kitchen today creating delicious treats using the pears…Stay tuned some Yumminess is in the making !
“Cucuzza” Zucchini & Ricotta Spingi with Sun Dried Tomato Dip
It’s Zucchini Time…and here is my twist on Ricotta Spingi
Last week I created todays “Cucuzza” Zucchini & Ricotta Spingi recipe using a large “Cucuzza” grown in my friend Maryjane Carollo vegetable garden. This is by far one of my most favorite times of year to cook. Everything tastes extra delicious when using fresh produce from local farms, and friends gardens! If your looking for a new recipe using fresh zucchini, this is a must try!
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It’s A great Day For A Bazaar !
Gloucester’s Famous Sidewalk Bazaar Friday August 7-9th 9am-5pm
It’s Back… Sista Felicia’s Sweetened Iced Tea served up in the fabulous reusable Mason Jar!
Sista Felicia’s Famous Sweetened Iced Tea!
Stop by and say hello to BJ & Amanda at the “Sista Felicia’s Kitchen Tent”
Lot’s to do and see on Main Street Today!
Surfside Pizza, Joe Popcorn Slush, Ambie’s Sausage, 104.9 Radio Host “Aurelia Nelson” from Sunday mornings “Curtain up”, Sista Felicia’s Iced Tea & Cookbook, Old Fashion Kettle Corn are all participating Vendors in this years Bazaar
Kerrie Callahan Donahue Writes~Thank you for all your help today, I happy to report this Irish girl took on three of your recipes in the same day; sauce, meat balls, and muddica cunsata. Dinner was a huge hit, looking forward to doing it again. Thanks for being a great help line!!
My New Favorite Summer Cocktail!
San Pellegrino Wine Spritzer
Favorite white wine (I prefer Pinot Grigio)
A splash of your Favorite San Pellegrino Sparkling Fruit Beverage (I use Pomegranate & Orange)
1 place ice in serving glass; add wine and splash of San Pellegrino; mix and serve
Ok…Who has the Sunday Sugu Simmer on the stove?
For Sunday Sauce Sauce “Sugu” recipe see Page # 72 in my Cookbook “Gifts Of Gold In A Sicilian Kitchen with Sista Felicia; Harvest”
Last night we ended an awesome beach day with S’mores. Our Twins BJ & Amanda have been make S’mores year round using one of their very own favorite Kitchen Gadgets, The Casa Moda “S’mores” Maker made by Lifetime Brands. Several people have inboxed messages inquiring about this gadget, and to be honest we have had it for so many years that I don’t remember where we purchased it, or how much we paid for it but what we can tell you is that is AWESOME! It’s fun, easily transports, can be used in or outdoors with little mess and fuss. Some Amazon.com reviews were not in favor of this handy gadget, but we love ours and have used it successfully countless times for several years. I was a little shocked by the price, on Amazon, and highly doubt I paid that price years ago. I would encourage looking further online for a better price, because It’s definitely a Kitchen Gadget must have for all ages!
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Blueberry Cake Cookies
Last week I received a phone call from friends that were on their way to the Gloucester area, for the day and were planning to stop by for a quick visit. Excited for their arrival, I went straight to the panty to see what sweet confection I had to serve with Iced coffee. Remembering how fast and delicious the PB&J cookies recipe using a boxed cake mix is, ( PB&J a recipe I posted a few months back using boxed cake mix), I decide to get creative with a boxed white cake mix and a small container of fresh blueberries I had on hand. With fingers crossed and company expected to walk through he door in a few hours, I successfully created this yummy Blueberry Cake Cookie in less then and hour. I’m looking forward to trying it with fresh raspberries next time!
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