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When I went home to visit my parents this last time, we were staying for the whole week.
Thankfully, they have a pretty large house with extra bedrooms so we stayed comfortably the whole time. Well, I’m always comfortable there but when you show up with a family of five it can get a bit overwhelming. I didn’t want to make my parents cook for us the whole time we were there, but dining out is expensive. I had to think of something else.
I had found a recipe on Facebook for a brunch pie, and because I was on vacation, I had some time to spend in the kitchen. My dad and I woke up super early and went to the supermarket to get all the ingredients to make this dish. We spent the time together in the kitchen and whipped together three of these yummy morning pies.
It was a nice bonding experience that we haven’t shared in quite some time. The smell of the first pie started bringing people down the stairs before it was even out of the oven. I’m glad we made as many as we did because they all were gone by the end of the meal.
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Quick Tip: Provolone or cheddar cheese is also good in this pie.