Sunday, July 24, 2011

Steak and Eggs with Crumbled Goat Cheese

We are finally back! It was a great trip, but I was busy the whole time. Now back to life in LaLa land. Here are some pictures of the trip. I stayed with my mom for the first few days, then when Jeffrey came on Thursday we moved over to his parents. We had a blast at his 10 year reunion. I was really glad that he took a break from working hard to catch up with friends and family. It was much needed!!

My Brother, Bryan, aka "Bubba", trying to hide from the camera
 Handsome Bubba!
 My mom's HUGE poodle, Andre! He had just been groomed, so he was pretty and smelled good!
 Mom and I made dinner every night. This night we made a new chicken dish that I will need to feature soon. It was so yummy.
 The newest adopted member of the Elfert family, Andy. With my beautiful seester Ivy.
 Gongie and Anson
 Anson and I.
 Mom and I ran errands in the hot Texas heat all day...Meals on Wheels, work, shopping, then cooking! We look a little tired, but that is ok, we had fun!
 The first night of the reunion. I tried to take my camera and J wouldn't let me. Therefore there are not any pics of the actual reunion...hopefully there will be some posted on facebook!
 After lunch with his folks. He was posing for me!

 Silly man!
 My new fav! We have a picture from my senior prom in front of this door...aww memories!


Please make this for dinner soon. Mom called me a few weeks ago and said it was a must make dinner. Since she is the "Master Chef" I took her advice and made it asap. I have already made it twice!

Steak and Eggs with Crumbled Goat Cheese
2 4oz ribeye steaks
2 eggs
4 Tbsp olive oil
1/2 tsp Herbs de Provence
Salt and pepper
2 Tbsp Crumbled Goat Cheese
Season both sides of steaks with salt, pepper and Herbs de Provence.
Drizzle 2 Tbsp olive oil in a grill pan and grill for about 6 minutes on each side.
Turn steaks half way on each side to get pretty grill marks.
Drizzle about 2 Tbsp of olive oil in a egg pan and fry an egg.
Top the steak with the fried egg, then crumbled goat cheese and season with salt and pepper.

Worthy of another picture, it is so good!

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