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Hash Browns Breakfast Stacks

This Hash Browns Breakfast Stacks recipe is sponsored by Simply Potatoes®. All opinions are 100% mine. Also, be sure to enter our giveaway for a Lodge 13” Skillet (retail value $59.95). See below for details! I’m someone who believes that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I love all kinds of breakfast […]

Turkey and Gravy Savory Herbed Waffles

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been sharing all sorts of recipes that you can make using leftover Thanksgiving turkey. To share a little behind-the-scenes with you – we roasted, cooked with, and ate three (three!) turkeys in the last month so we would have cooked turkey for our recipe creations. And with two separate […]


This Shakshuka recipe is sponsored by Hunt’s tomatoes. All opinions are 100% mine. I know you’ve been there: You just got home after a very long day. You’re starving. You don’t want to spend a lot of time cooking dinner. But also you don’t want to call for take-out. And you are just craving some […]

Italian-Style Meatballs

Here’s a great, classic recipe for Italian-Style Meatballs that my husband Jack has really perfected over the years. In fact, we originally shared this recipe here on A Family Feast back in January 2013 – and in addition to updating the photos, Jack made some additional tweaks to the recipe before sharing it again today! […]

Crunchy Vegetable Rice Bowl with Warm Peanut Sauce

Today’s recipe – this fantastic Crunchy Vegetable Rice Bowl with Warm Peanut Sauce – was featured in this month’s Bon Appetit magazine and as soon as I spotted the recipe, I immediately knew I wanted to make it! A healthy, chopped slaw salad with a mix of other crunchy vegetables, served with warm brown rice, […]

Italian Easter Bread (Pane di Pasqua)

This pretty Italian Easter Bread (or Pane di Pasqua) has been on my culinary bucket list for years! And I have to thank my husband Jack for helping me perfect this recipe so we could share it here with all of you today! But really – this Italian Easter Bread is so pretty and delicious, […]

Zucchini and Eggs {Cocozelle}

My husband Jack is back today to tell the story behind this recipe for Zucchini and Eggs – or as his Italian family called it Cocozelle. Here is Jack in his own words: Zucchini and Eggs is a simple, classic Italian dish and it is often served when summertime’s garden zucchini is plentiful.  Looking around […]

Salmon Hash with Poached Eggs

We created this Salmon Hash with Poached Eggs as part of a sponsored post for Morey’s Seafood International. All opinions are 100% mine.  In my opinion, a perfect weekend always includes a delicious brunch! I love a good mix of breakfast and lunch foods served together (with a big pot of coffee of course)! And […]

Easy Brunch Egg Cups (& Make-Your-Own Brunch Bar Ideas)

I’m sharing these Easy Brunch Egg Cups made with Target Grocery Essentials as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars. #TargetCrowd This time of year, we do a ton of entertaining at home. Our daughter’s first communion is coming up in a few weeks, followed by Mother’s Day, a dance recital, our annual end-of-the-school-year kids’ […]

Southwestern Breakfast Muffins

If you’ve been a regular reader here at A Family Feast, then you already know about what my husband Jack likes to call “A.I.” – recipes made with Available Ingredients in our kitchen! So with a package of breakfast sausages, some potatoes, cheese and a bunch of other ‘available ingredients’ in our refrigerator and cabinets […]

Crustless Ham and Cheddar Quiche

I absolutely love quiche – but it can be a little time consuming to make, especially when pie crust is involved!   But today’s Crustless Ham and Cheddar Quiche is the best of both worlds – simple to make but still with a delicious, cheesy quiche flavor! It’s similar to a traditional quiche recipe – filled […]

Zucchini, Ham and Rice Skillet

This Zucchini, Ham and Rice Skillet is a hearty and filling meal that cooks up in minutes – perfect for when schedules get busy, or when you just don’t want to spend a lot of time and effort cooking! When my husband Jack first made this delicious recipe, it reminded me of a heartier version […]

Breakfast Burritos

Most weekday mornings we’re up and out the door fairly quickly – on our way to school or work, or other appointments.  But I’m a real stickler about making sure that everyone eats breakfast before they leave!  I’m a firm believer that breakfast IS the most important meal of the day – and I try […]

Deviled Eggs

I remember when I was growing up – anytime I saw Deviled Eggs served at a party – I thought it meant that I was at a very ‘fancy’ occasion!  But deviled eggs are actually quite easy to make! Deviled eggs are simply hard boiled eggs that have been peeled and sliced in half lengthwise.  […]

12 Eggs-cellent Egg Salad Recipes

In our family, a fun Easter tradition is coloring and decorating eggs – which leaves us with AT LEAST a dozen hard boiled eggs to eat afterwards!  I’m guessing your family is a lot like ours in that respect, so today we’re sharing a great collection of 12 Eggs-cellent Egg Salad Recipes to help you […]

Noodle Kugel

I won’t try to pretend that my husband Jack and I are experts by any stretch of the imagination when it comes to making traditional Jewish foods – but this creamy Noodle Kugel is one of the best kugels I’ve ever had! All of the credit for this warm, sweet and comforting recipe goes to […]

Red-Eye Burger

Chances are…you’ve been there. You’re out late.  Partying…or celebrating…or working…or maybe traveling.  You look at the clock and it’s 2:00 AM – and you’re absolutely starving!  It’s too early for breakfast and dinnertime is long past – and besides, most restaurants are already closed for the night! This is the perfect time to make yourself […]

Sausage Veggie Breakfast Bake

This post is sponsored by the National Milk Mustache “got milk?”® Campaign.  All opinions are 100% mine. At our house, we drink a LOT of milk!  Three of us easily go through close to two gallons of milk a week.   Our seven-year-old says that “…cold white milk…” is her most favorite thing to drink – […]

Spinach Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing

Today we’re sharing a recipe for one of my all-time favorite salads – Spinach Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing.  This is a recipe that my husband Jack has perfected over the years and it was served often at many of the catered events he managed. Fresh baby spinach is combined with slices of hard-boiled eggs, […]

Jack’s Potato Salad

This recipe for Jack’s Potato Salad is one of the reasons we started blogging.  We originally started A Family Feast as a fun way to share our most-requested recipes with family and friends – and Jack’s potato salad is one of those recipes that we get asked for anytime Jack makes it!  It’s so good…in […]

Spinach and Cheddar Quiche

Whenever family or friends spend the night at our house, and we need a delicious breakfast to serve our guests the next morning, this delicious Spinach and Cheddar Quiche is often on the menu! This spinach and cheddar quiche is the perfect blend of eggs, light cream, spinach, sautéed onion and sharp cheddar cheese, and […]

Classic Egg Salad

Sometimes, as food bloggers, we think that we should be developing exotic, new recipes all the time.  But when it comes to egg salad, we think a simple, classic recipe is the best! Our six-year-old was anxious to get started on her Easter egg coloring earlier this week, so we made some hard-boiled eggs for coloring […]

Roasted Garlic Aioli

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been experimenting in the kitchen, and this easy Roasted Garlic Aioli has become one of our new favorite condiments! Similar to a homemade mayonnaise, aioli is a traditional sauce from the Provence region of France made with garlic, olive oil, lemon juice and egg yolks, and some variations include […]

Homemade Mayonnaise

Homemade Mayonnaise is surprisingly easy to make!  And if you’re planning to make a recipe for chicken salad, egg salad, or coleslaw, or a dip that calls for mayonnaise, or a blue cheese dressing, the fresh taste of a homemade mayonnaise can really elevate your dish to a whole new level. Homemade mayonnaise is also so […]

Grapenut Pudding with Fig Sauce

Our recipe for Grapenut Pudding with Fig Sauce is an updated version of a classic dessert that has been served at restaurants throughout New England for decades.  Many New Englanders are familiar with grapenut pudding – a rich, egg custard spiced with nutmeg and cinnamon, and a soft bottom layer of grapenut ‘crust’ that forms as the custard […]

Cinnamon Roll Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce

This recipe for Cinnamon Roll Bread Pudding came about thanks to a snowstorm.   One day, back when my husband worked in food service, a snow storm hit the area. Because of that storm, most of that day’s cinnamon rolls went unsold because very few customers came in for breakfast. In food service, nothing goes to […]