Timing is everything and my timing is impeccable.🤪 Anyone else ever shown up at the dentist office on a day when you did NOT have a scheduled appointment? Just me?🤣 If I had done this once - I could brush it off as a flighty moment but I've actually done this on several occasions.😬 So often, in fact, that the very friendly receptionist who works at my dental office, hands me an appointment card, sends me an email, a text and also calls me before every scheduled visit to the office now. 🤣 (I'm pretty sure the word "absentminded" is somewhere on my dental chart.😅🦷)
There's probably some sort of deep rooted psychological reason that prevents me from keeping my dental appointments straight.🤪 I'm actually really good at keeping other appointments. I have a perfect track record at showing up on time and on the right day for haircuts and massages.🤷🏻♀️
Spring is brunch season for me. I get requests to cater brunches for all kinds of different occasions: showers, weddings, birthdays, church gatherings, Easter. I love to cater brunches but like I said earlier - timing is everything. Keeping the hot food hot and the cold food cold is the biggest challenge for anyone hosting a brunch. 🥚
Eggs and bacon are best served piping hot - right out of the oven.🍳🥓 That's not always easy to do when there are other things on the brunch menu that require your attention. My pro-tip - make some Pesto Pinwheels ahead of time so all you have to do is pop them in the oven just before serving time. Taking your focus off of the egg dish and putting it on other tasks like cooking the bacon or making sure the coffee is brewing, eases the brunch preparation process. These pesto pinwheels are so good that your brunch guests will never know that you made them ahead of time.
1 package puff pastry
8 large eggs
1 Tablespoon butter
1 1/2 cups shredded triple cheddar cheese
1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1/2 cup pesto
salt and pepper
Bake 18-20 minutes at 400.
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