Breakfast Taco Tuesday Recipe

Summer's coming to a close and I'm trying to use up all the 'fruits' of my friend's labor. He has one killer garden on the rooftop of our apartment building. We actually spent the 4th of July up there with a bunch of neighbors and friends and watched the fireworks. This past weekend he gifted us a gigantic bag of tomatoes and I'm trying to use as much as I can before they start to get old. I hate wasting food!

Ever since I was a little girl I despised breakfast. To be honest, for several years, my ideal 'breakfast of champions' was coffee & cigarettes. For a long time, the very thought of eating something in the morning revolted me. Now older, I'm trying to take better care of myself and have really gotten in the habit to eat 3-square meals a day. However, when I'm having a good writing day, I can't move, let alone bother to feed myself, and yes, still will sometimes skip a meal if it's going very well. I'll always stay hydrated though. Fun fact: I haven't had a soda in 2 months! Keeping it healthy with water and non-sugary drinks!

One of my favorite quick-and-easy, on-the-go breakfasts are tacos! Yes, I'm one of those New Yorkers who's running around while simultaneously shoving food into my mouth.

Check out the recipe and photos below.

Let's Eat!

Breakfast Tacos (Serves 4)

4  flour tortillas (8 inches) 

1  cup canned refried beans 

1  tablespoon butter 

8  eggs, beaten to mix 

Salt and pepper, to taste 

1  cup shredded Sharp Cheddar cheese

12  cherry tomatoes, halved 

1. To heat the tortillas: Place a tortilla directly on a medium gas flame for a few seconds, or until it starts to puff and is slightly charred at the edges. Using tongs, turn it and let it heat for a few seconds on the other side. Or, heat the tortillas in a heavy, ungreased skillet over medium heat. On a plate lined with a cloth napkin, stack the tortillas and fold the napkin over them to keep them warm. Continue until all the tortillas are warm.

2. In a saucepan over medium heat, warm the refried beans, stirring often, until they are hot.

3. In a skillet over medium-low heat, melt the butter. Add the eggs, salt, and pepper. With a large spoon, stir the eggs until they form small curds.

4. On each of 4 breakfast plates, set 1 tortilla. Spread with 2 tablespoons of beans, 1/4 of the eggs, 2 tablespoons of cheese, and 6 cherry tomato halves. Fold in half. Repeat with remaining tortillas and filling.

* You can also add in salsa, onion, avocado, bacon/sausage etc. Use what you like! :)


Love & xx's,

maQ + suz

Meatloaf Sunday's

Hey ya'll!! Hope you enjoyed the rest of your Thanksgiving weekend! I know I sure did!

Last night was my traditional 'Meatloaf Sunday's', where my husband and I, scarf down my meatloaf while watching 'The Walking Dead'. We are huge fans of the show and have been zombie addicts ever since the first season! It would seem rather strange to some, I guess, given that hamburger meat looks like brains and we're watching zombies eating people alive... I know a lot of friends who just can't even stomach watching the show, but for me the more gruesome it is the better! ;)

It's your typical classical meatloaf. Very easy to make and super delish! Check it out - if you are looking for full recipes send me a shout out at

Cheers to a great week!


<3 Suz

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Some ingredients: Chopped onion, breadcrumbs, eggs, milk, dried basil leaves, salt & pepper.


First mix in 2 eggs and milk.


Then mix in breadcrumbs, onion, basil, s & p, and some chopped parsley.


Lastly, throw in your choice of ground meat (beef, lamb, turkey etc.)


And then, the best way to make meatloaf imo, mix all together with your hands! :)


Put in loaf pan, cover in aluminum foil and bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 1 hour and 25 minutes. In the meantime, make your sauce which will consist of mostly ketchup, brown sugar and a little bit of mustard to put on top of the meatloaf after baking.


After 1 hour and 25 minutes, take the meatloaf out and spoon off the fat. Then spread the ketchup sauce on top, baking uncovered for 10 minutes.


Smash a clove of garlic and sauté with spinach and a pinch of salt for a brief 2-3 minutes.


Finished result! :)


Add some mashed potatoes with some brown gravy into the mix and we got ourselves a whole hearty meal! Enjoy and see ya soon!!