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Blakely-Trettenero (2)Hi everyone!
My name is Blakely and I am the creator/ head taste tester of this fabulous website. I started Everyday Gourmet with Blakely one day for fun while I was in culinary school at Le Cordon Bleu as a way to share all my favorite recipes with my friends and family back home. It started out as a hobby but now it has become my passion! I love fresh, homemade food that takes all day and a lot of love to prepare. I know, I know you don’t have “time” to do that. No worries! Whether you are an experienced Chef or just a begginer foodie there’s a$recipe on here with step by step directions and a video on how to do it that will definitely please everyone. I really hope this website inspires you to get creative and make some amazing meals for your oved ones, or just yourself! Please feel free to comment and if you have an questions or would like to summit a recipe feel free to email me at CookingForBimbos [at]gmail [dot] com. Thanks for stopping by! Happy eating!

xoxo,
Blakely


Recent Recipes

 

Eggies in a cup*

First things first, preheat your oven to 375*F.In a large muffin tin that is lightly sprayed with non-stick cooking spray, lay one slice of ham over the top of one of the muffin “holes” then lay another slice of ham the other way, making an “x”. Push the middle of the ham down into the tin to make a little cup. Crack an egg in the cup making sure not to break the yoke and put a little salt and pepper on the top.  Put in the oven and ...

Eggs Caliente*

This is the perfect meal for one! First preheat your oven to 300*F. On a lined baking sheet, put the two (or however many!) large tortillas. Put half the can of the refried beans on one tortilla and the other half on the other tortilla. Spread out with a spoon so you have an even layer. In a large skillet over medium heat and doing two eggs at a time, cook them just until the whites are starting to cook. Sprinkle with the seasonings and turn over...

Baked Cinnamon French Toast*

Ok… if you’re having people over, make this!! It’s amazing. So the night before you know you want to eat this, you want to get it all prepared so in the morning all you do is pop it in the oven. In a baking dish, after you butter the whole thing, arrange all the sliced French bread so that the pieces are overlapping. Take the brown sugar and sprinkle it all over the bread, and in between pieces so everyone gets all the goodness in every bit...

Herbed Pork Tenderloin*

This is deeeelicious and so easy to do! First what you want to do a couple hours before dinner is get the meat marinated. Put the tenderloin in a ziplock bag (for easy cleanup!) and add the olive oil, garlic, lemon zest, rosemary, red pepper flakes, salt, and pepper. Rub the meat with all the goodness until the whole tenderloin is coated. Put the meat in the refrigerator and marinate a couple hours before eating. When you’re ready to eat, take ...