Seared Flank Steak w/ Black Gold Coffee Dry Rub

A few days ago, I decided to use the Black Gold Coffee Dry Rub that I generously received from Dead Rooster Co.   When I first smelled this rub, I thought of chili with a gentle hint of coffee, as the cumin and cinnamon were a little assertive.  Even though my family loves chili, it is summer in Dallas after all, and chili would have been great on a cold day.  So, I thought I would use it on a steak instead.  I also wanted to use my cast iron skillet.  So, I bought a flank steak, lathered it with extra virgin olive oil, then massaged it with the coffee rub.  I let the steak sit in the refrigerator for a few hours.  I seared it, and then finished it in the oven.

When I served the steak to my family and friends, who were visiting from out of town, they really loved it.  The rub tasted nothing like chili.  It was very bold and deep in flavor, yet it was very smooth.  The coffee, cumin, cinnamon, and rest of the spices worked very well together to yield a completely unexpected flavor.  It actually tasted like chocolate!  I have never had steak and chocolate together, but if this is what that combination would taste like, then I am all in!  It was very delicious!  The spice level of the rub was just right for the depth of its flavor and the heartiness of the meat.  I also made a very simple butter sauce and a light citrusy arugula salad to go with the steak.  That was the perfect combination!  The salad added a bit of freshness, and served to lighten the dish a little.  One of my friends actually asked me for some of that amazing Black Gold rub to take home to Montreal.


2 lbs Flank Steak
3 tablespoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil
3 tablespoons Black Gold Coffee dry rub
4 tablespoons organic Butter

Begin by rinsing and thoroughly drying the flank steak.  Drizzle only 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil on the steak, and lather it well on both sides.  Sprinkle the coffee rub all over the steak, making sure to massage it well into the flesh.  Cover the steak with plastic wrap, and leave it in the refrigerator for as little as 1 hour.

Remove the steak form the refrigerator, and allow it to sit at room temperature for 30 to 45 minutes.  Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.  In a large cast iron skillet over medium high heat, pour in the rest of the olive oil.  When the oil is hot enough, gently place the steak in the skillet, searing it until the bottom forms a caramelized crust all over the meat.  That process should take about 2 to 4 minutes.  Flip the steak over, and allow it sear just like before, until the meat forms a beautiful brown crust.  Remove the skillet from the stove, and place it in the oven for about 5 – 7 minutes, depending on the oven and the size of the steak.  Meanwhile, make the arugula salad.


Take the beautifully cooked steak out of the oven, and place it on a clean surface covered with aluminum foil, so it can rest for about 10 minutes.  Remove most of the olive oil used in the cooking process.  Place the skillet back on the stove, and melt the butter over medium heat, while stirring with a wooden spoon.  As the butter melts, the stirring will help pick up all the little bits of flavor stuck to the bottom of the skillet.

On a clean cutting board, slice the steak into strips, against the grain, which will give you a more tender piece of meat.  Plate the slices of steak as you wish, and top them with the melted “butter and brown bit sauce”.  Place a little arugula salad on the side.  Serve and ENJOY!  You will love this rub!

Char Grilled Chicken w/ Olde Tymers Savory Herb Dry Rub & Chimichurri

I recently received a generous portion of dry rubs from Dead Rooster Co., Black Gold Coffee Dry Rub and Olde Tymers Savory Herb Dry Rub.  (The coffee rub will be discussed in the next post.)  My husband, Kevin, and I are hosting some of our family and friends from out of town this week.  As I will be spending a lot of time in the kitchen, I decide to use those rubs for the different meals I will be making and in different applications.  I know most people defer to smoking or barbecuing their rubbed meat.  I, however, decide to do something different, something closer to my mediterranean roots.  Even though we have the Big Green Egg that moonlights as a smoker, I decide to use it to char grill a protein covered with those new rubs I received, instead.

After smelling and tasting the savory herb dry rub, I make the decision to use it on chicken.  I butterfly two chickens, brine them for two days, lather them with extra virgin olive oil and the rub, leave them in the refrigerator overnight, then char grill them.  The flavor is amazing!  The charcoal truly compliments the savory light, yet assertive flavor of the rub.  The fresh sent of citrus kissed with a hint of smokey cumin is equally as intoxicating!  All I can say is … we loved it!

Another important thing to mention is the absence of preservatives, additives, and artificial flavor enhancers of any kind.  The only ingredients listed on both packets are salt, herbs, and spices.  As I am always quite picky about what I feed my family, I will definitely be using these rubs more often.


3 quarts Water
1/2 cup Salt
1/2 cup brown Sugar
6 sprigs Thyme
2 sprigs Oregano
1 Bay Leaf
1/2 Onion
5 cloves Garlic
1 tablespoon Black Pepper – whole berries
2 butterflied Chickens – backbone taken out

In a large enough sauce pan, bring the water, salt, brown sugar, thyme, oregano, bay leaf, onion, garlic, and black pepper to a boil.  Turn the stove off and allow the brine to cool to room temperature.  You may want to add some ice to speed the process.  Rinse both chickens, remove their backbones (or have your butcher do it for you), and place them in a container.  You may reserve the backbones to make chicken stock at a later time, by placing them in an airtight container or plastic bag, and putting them in the freezer.  Add the cooled brine and cover the container.  Place the covered container in the refrigerator for 24 to 48 hours.


3 cups Italian Parsley
3 cups Cilantro
1 cup Mint
1/2 teaspoon Red Chili Flakes
4 Garlic cloves
1/4 cup Red Wine Vinegar
2 tablespoons Lemon Juice
1 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 teaspoon Salt
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground Black Pepper

Begin by washing and thoroughly drying the parsley, cilantro, and mint.  You may either finely chop them, or use a food processor to do the work for you.  I took the lazy way out and used the food processor.  So, in a food processor, begin by pulsing the parsley, then the cilantro, and finally the mint.  With a microplane grater, grate the garlic into the food processor.  Add the chili flakes, red wine vinegar, lemon juice, salt, and pepper, and pulse everything just enough to get all the ingredients combined together.  Transfer the herb mixture into a bowl, then add the olive oil, and stir.  I suggest making the chimichurri a few hours to a day in advance, as it will taste better as the flavors meld together.


2 brined Chickens
4 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
5 tablespoons Savory Herb dry rub
2 Lemons
2 cups Chimichurri
4 + cups Arugula – 1 cup per person (optional)

Remove the chicken from the brine, and dry it with paper towels.  Lather both chickens under and over the skin with extra virgin olive oil.  Then, massage in the rub, again, under and over the skin.  Place the chickens in a container, cover them with plastic wrap, and place them in refrigerator overnight.  This allows the flavor of the rub to penetrate the chicken skin and flesh.

Before grilling the butterflied and rubbed chickens, leave them at room temperature for at least 30 minutes, before putting them on the grill.  Grill the chickens, then leave them to rest for about 10 minutes, covered in aluminum foil.  Meanwhile, cut each lemon into quarters or wedges.

Plate the chickens however you prefer.  You may plate them as a whole or in pieces.  As I was serving dinner to my family and friends, I decide to plate them in quartered pieces over arugula, and topped with the chimichurri sauce.  Garnish with a lemon wedge.  The chimichurri and lemon wedge serve as a dressing for the arugula.  I hope you enjoy this dish as much as my family, friends, and I have.  Bon Appétit!

Simple Peach Crumble

Crumbles are very easy to make, especially, for cooks like me.  I prefer the savory route, as you might have guessed.  So, when I have to make an easy, but delicious dessert for a mostly American gathering, I make a crumble.  It is best eaten warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or mascarpone cream on top.


6 medium yellow Peaches
1/3 cup granulated Sugar
4 tablespoons Lemon Juice
1 tablespoon Brandy (optional)
1 tablespoon Cornstarch
1 pinch of Salt
1 tablespoon organic Butter – to butter the baking dish

Wash and slice the peaches, and place them in a bowl.  Add the sugar, lemon juice, brandy, cornstarch, and salt to the peaches.  Mix all the ingredients together.  Let the peaches sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes, while stirring them occasionally.  Meanwhile, preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.  Butter a baking dish, and place the peaches in it.  Put the peaches in the oven for about 20 minutes.  Remove them, but keep the oven on.  Stir the peaches to get all the released juices to evenly coat each slice.


1 cup all purpose Flour
1/2 cup quick cooking Oats
1/2 cup granulated Sugar
1/4 cup Dark Brown Sugar
1/2 teaspoon Salt
1/4 teaspoon Cinnamon
8 tablespoons organic Butter – melted

In a bowl, add and whisk the flour, sugar, dark brown sugar, salt, and cinnamon together.  Melt the butter in a small saucepan, then add to the whisked dry ingredients, and mix well, until the butter in completely combined.  Using your hands, make small clumps out of the flour, sugar, and butter mixture, and top the peaches with them.  Scatter the clumps evenly all over the peaches.  Place the baking dish back in the oven, and cook for about an hour, until the crisp is golden and bubbling.  Take out of the oven, and allow to cool for about 10 to 15 minutes.  Serve with ice cream or mascarpone cream and ENJOY!





Mustard & Olive Oil Roasted Potatoes

I love making different kinds of oven roasted potatoes.  Anyone who knows me can tell you that most of my brunches and dinners contain a roasted potato dish of some kind.  So, for Kevin’s Father’s Day dinner, I made these mustard and olive oil roasted potatoes as another side to the char grilled pork chops.  They were amazing!  What gave these potatoes an edge was that they were yukon gold potatoes.  Their natural buttery flavor and sturdy low starch texture make them the perfect potatoes for roasting, as they retain their shape during the roasting (and any cooking) process.  You may use any other potato you would like, but I believe that once you try the Yukon gold potatoes, you will tend to stick to them.


6 large Yukon Gold Potatoes
2 tablespoons Grainy Mustard
4 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 White Onion
1 teaspoon Salt
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground Black Pepper
2 tablespoons flat leaf (Italian) Parsley – finely chopped

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.  Begin by dicing the potatoes into medium wedges, and slicing the onions lengthwise.  Place them in large bowl.  In a separate small bowl, whisk together the grainy mustard, extra virgin olive oil, salt, and pepper.  Pour them over the potatoes and onion slices, and stir to coat everything evenly.  Place the coated potatoes and onion slices on a baking sheet, and bake in the oven for 45 minutes to an hour.  While in the oven, you may want to toss them around occasionally, to get them to brown more evenly.

When they are soft and golden brown, remove them from the oven, and plate them on a serving platter.  Garnish with the finely chopped flat leaf parsley.  I hope you love them as much as my family and I do.

French Green Beans w/ Garlic Infused Olive Oil

This Father’s Day, to go along with the brined and char grilled pork chops, I made a side of garlic infused olive oiled green beans.  They were so good!  This is a very easy dish to make, as it calls for 6 ingredients, two of which are salt and pepper.


2 lbs French Green Beans
1/2 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
8 – 10 large Garlic cloves
1/2 teaspoon Red Chili Flakes
1 teaspoon Sea Salt
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground Black Pepper

Begin by washing and de-stringing the green beans.  I love using French green beans, because they tend to be much more tender and have less strings than regular green beans.  You may snap off the jagged top and any strings you find.  Blanch the prepped green beans in a large pot of boiling salted water for about 3 to 5 minutes.  The green beans should be a bit tender, while retaining a slight crunch.  Drain the beans immediately, and immerse them in a large bowl of icy water.  This allows the green beans to stop cooking, while maintaining their beautiful green color.

After the green beans have cooled in their icy bath, drain them, and make sure to dry them thoroughly.

Meanwhile, thinly slice the garlic cloves, and place them in a small sauce pan with the extra virgin olive oil and red chili flakes.  Cook on low heat for about 30 minutes, then turn up the heat to medium high, and allow the garlic to crisp and get to a golden color.  Immediately as the garlic becomes golden in color, turn off the heat, remove the cloves, and place them in a small bowl to the side.

In a large sauté pan on medium heat, add the garlic and red chili flake infused oil, the green beans, salt, and pepper.  Toss until all the green beans are evenly coated.  Leave on the heat and toss occasionally to warm the beans.  Check the seasoning and adjust accordingly.  Turn the heat off, add the golden garlic slices to the green beans, and toss.  Gently ladle or scoop the French green beans into a serving platter … bon appétit!

Char Grilled Pork Chops w/ Dijon Mustard Cream Sauce

Growing up in a Christian Lebanese household, we tended to shy away from pork products, unless they were in cured meat form, like salami, mortadella, Spanish chorizo, etc.  Obviously, it had nothing to do with religion; it was just based on preference.  Since my food encompasses many different cuisines, I decided to give pork chops a starring chance for Father’s Day this year, as my husband loves them.  So, I brined some porterhouse pork chops for 2 days, before grilling them over organic charcoal.  They were so juicy and flavorful!  I also made mustard and olive oil roasted potatoes and French green beans with garlic infused olive oil as part of the meal.  Kevin was happy.


3 quarts Water
1/2 cup Salt
1/2 cup brown Sugar
6 sprigs Thyme
2 sprigs Oregano
1 Bay Leaf
1/2 Onion
5 cloves Garlic
1 tablespoon Black Pepper – whole berries
4  Porterhouse Pork Chops

In a large enough sauce pan, bring the water, salt, brown sugar, thyme, oregano, bay leaf, onion, garlic, and black pepper to a boil.  Turn the stove off and allow the brine to cool to room temperature.  You may want to add some ice to speed the process.  Rinse the pork chops, and place them in a container.  Add the cooled brine and cover the container.  Place the covered container in the refrigerator for 24 to 48 hours.  I find that the longer the chops brine, the better.



4 brined Porterhouse Pork Chops
2 – 4 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 teaspoon Salt
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground Black Pepper

Grill pan, Charcoal grill, or Gas grill.  For the best flavor, please use a charcoal grill.

When it is time to char grill the beautifully brined pork chops, remove them from the brine, and dry them thoroughly.  Coat each chop with extra virgin olive oil, then lightly salt and pepper them on each side.  Grill the chops, then allow them to rest for about 5 to 10 minutes, while you make the mustard cream sauce.  


2 tablespoons organic Butter
1 large Shallot – finely diced
1/4 cup Sherry Wine
1 1/2 tablespoons Dijon Mustard
3/4 cup heavy Cream
1 pinch Salt
5 grinds Black Pepper
2 tablespoons chopped Chives – for garnish

In a sauté pan on medium heat, melt the butter, then add the finely diced shallot.  Allow the shallot to sauté and become translucent.  Add the sherry, letting it simmer for a couple of minutes, as the alcohol cooks out and the flavors concentrate.  Stir in the Dijon mustard.  Add the cream, salt, and pepper.  Allow to cook for another couple of minutes for the flavors to meld together.  Taste the sauce, and adjust the seasoning, if need be.

Now, that the chops have rested, and the mustard cream sauce is ready, feel free to plate the chops and top them with the sauce.  Or, you can set all the food at the table, and allow everyone to serve themselves.  I chose to plate the chops for dinner, as it was Father’s Day.  I had some chives that I chopped and garnished the chops with.  The meal was delicious and Kevin approved.  Bon Appétit!

Mini Vanilla Pancakes w/ Macerated Raspberries & Mascarpone Cream

These mini vanilla pancakes with macerated raspberries and mascarpone cream are a very delicious way of starting or ending a brunch.  You can also make them as something slightly different form the usual pancakes and syrup.  My family loves them.  You may want to start with the macerated raspberries, as they will be macerating in the refrigerator for about an hour.


12 ounces Raspberries
1/4 cup granulated Sugar
1/2 Lemon juiced

Place the raspberries, sugar, and lemon juice in a bowl.  With a fork, gently mash the raspberries, and mix all the ingredients together.  Cover the bowl with plastic wrap, and place it in the refrigerator for at least an hour.  When the macerated raspberries have been in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes, start on your pancakes.


2 cups All Purpose Flour
1/4 cup granulated Sugar
2 tablespoons Baking Powder
Pinch of Salt
1 cup organic heavy Cream
1 cup organic Milk
2 organic large Eggs
2 tablespoons organic Butter melted
2 tablespoons pure Vanilla Extract

Begin by whisking or sifting (for a smoother batter) the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt in a bowl.  In another bowl, add the cream, milk, eggs, butter, and vanilla, and whisk them until they are homogenized.  Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients, and stir just enough to combine and form the pancake batter.  Do not over work the batter.  It is ok to have some lumps.

You may use oil or butter for cooking your pancakes.  Heat a skillet or griddle over medium heat, and lightly oil or butter it.  With a tablespoon or an ice cream scoop, ladle a spoonful of the batter onto the griddle or skillet.  When you see bubbles forming on the top, gently check to see, if the bottom is golden brown.  If so, flip the pancake, and allow it to cook for another couple of minutes for the top to brown.  Place all the golden brown pancakes on a serving dish.  If you are not going to serve the pancakes soon, cover them to keep them from drying out.


8 ounces Mascarpone Cheese – at room temperature
1 pint heavy whipping Cream
1/2 cup powdered Sugar
2 tablespoons pure Vanilla Extract

Make sure your mascarpone cheese is at room temperature, and that the heavy whipping cream is very cold.  In a stand mixer, place the mascarpone, heavy cream, powdered sugar, and vanilla, and whisk them on high, until you form stiff peaks.  If you do not have a stand mixer, use a bowl and a hand mixer.  You can always whisk the ingredients by hand, but it takes a very long time, and it is very tiring; so, I do not recommend it.  If you are not going to serve the pancakes immediately, cover the freshly whipped mascarpone cream with plastic wrap, and place in the refrigerator, until you are ready to serve.

When you are ready to serve the pancakes, you can either plate them, add the macerated raspberries, and top them with the mascarpone cream; or, you can have your family and guests do it themselves.

They are very delicious!

Arugula Salad w/ Lemon Vinaigrette

This salad is very clean and fresh.  It goes well with many dishes, especially hearty animal protein and heavier dishes or hors d’oeuvres that need a little acid to cut the fat, and balance the flavors.  The last time I made this zesty salad was last weekend to accompany blue cheese, tomato, and thyme tarts.  It is very easy to make.


1 small package Arugula or Arugula/Spinach mix – 0.5 ounces
4 tablespoons Lemon Juice
5 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 teaspoon Sea Salt
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground Black Pepper

Wash and thoroughly dry the greens (using a salad spinner), and place them in a large salad bowl.  In a small bowl or dressing jar, add the lemon juice, salt, and pepper.  If you are using a bowl, slowly drizzle in the extra virgin olive oil, while whisking.  If, however, you are using a jar, place the lemon juice, extra virgin olive oil, salt, and pepper in the jar, and shake it very well to get the vinaigrette to emulsify properly.

Immediately before serving, drizzle the vinaigrette gently and slowly around the edges of the bowl, as in on the outside of the greens, as they are quite delicate.  Gently toss the salad with the vinaigrette.  Serve and Enjoy!

Blue Cheese, Tomato & Thyme Tarts

As I mentioned in my previous post, I made these tarts for a brunch my husband and I hosted last weekend.  They are some of my favorite tarts to make and to serve during a fun gathering.  They go best with an arugula salad, tossed in a lemon vinaigrette. To be featured in my next post.

Makes 15 – 20 tarts

1 sheet Puff Pastry (preferably Dufour brand)
6 – 8 oz Blue Cheese
2 Shallots
1 cup Cherry Tomatoes
1 tablespoon fresh Thyme
3 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1/2 teaspoon Sea Salt
15 – 20 grinds Black Pepper

Thaw the puff pastry according to the package instructions.

Begin by slicing the shallots and cherry tomatoes, and placing them in a bowl with the salt.  Allow them to soften by sitting at room temperature for about 15 minutes.  In the meantime, sprinkle a little flour on a clean surface, and roll out the puff pastry.  With a round cookie cutter, cut out individual round tarts.  You may want to prick each tart with a fork to keep the pastry from rising in the oven.  I, however, don’t prick them, as I like the way they look when they rise.

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.

After you crumble the blue cheese, place about a teaspoon of it on each tart, followed by a couple of tomatoes, a few shallots, some fresh thyme, freshly ground pepper, and a drizzle of olive oil.  Place the tarts on parchment paper and into the oven for about 15 to 20 minutes.  When they are done, take them out of the oven and allow them to sit, until they reach room temperature.  Plate them and serve them with whatever you would like, preferably an arugula salad with a lemon vinaigrette.  ENJOY!

Bacon, Potato & Mushroom Hash w/ Sunny Side Up Eggs

My husband and I hosted about eight of our friends for brunch this Saturday.  It was wonderful!  The food was delicious, the mimosas were free flowing, and the conversation was engaging.  I made a hash with butter fried eggs on top, blue cheese, tomato, and thyme tarts, arugula salad with lemon vinaigrette, and mini vanilla pancakes with macerated raspberries and mascarpone cream.  I will post the recipes to all these delicious dishes; however, this posting will be about the hash and eggs.



2 lbs Yukon Gold Potatoes
4 tablespoons Organic Butter – melted
1/2 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1/2 tablespoon Sea Salt
1 teaspoon freshly ground Black Pepper
1 teaspoon Onion Powder
1 teaspoon Piment d’Espelette
1/2 teaspoon fresh Oregano
1 tablespoon fresh Thyme

Start by making the potatoes, as they take the longest to cook.  Cut the potatoes into small cubes, and place in a large bowl; pat them dry with a paper towel, before adding the rest of the ingredients.  Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.  Add the olive oil, melted butter, salt, pepper, onion powder, piment d’espelette, oregano, and thyme to the bowl.  Mix well, then place the potatoes on a baking sheet and in the oven for about 30 minutes.  Do not crowd the potatoes.  I used two different baking sheets to get the potatoes to get crispy on the outside.  Take the potatoes out of the oven, and leave to the side for a few minutes.  You may now combine them onto one baking sheet, as I did in the picture above (to maximize space).  Keep the oven on for the bacon.


12 Crimini Mushrooms
2 Shallots
4 tablespoons Organic Butter
1 teaspoon fresh Thyme
1/2 teaspoon Sea Salt
1/4 teaspoon freshly ground Black Pepper
12 slices Maple Bacon – thick slices

Begin by placing the bacon slices on a rack that is placed on a baking sheet to capture all the grease.  Place the bacon in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 30 minutes.  Take the bacon out of the oven and allow it to rest for a few minutes.  Take all the bacon fat that is collected in the baking sheet, and place it in a container to go in the refrigerator.  If you choose to cook with it, then go ahead.  I, however, do not like to use it.  I leave it in the refrigerator until it hardens, then I toss it in the trash, as the grease should NEVER be thrown into the sink.

Gather the cooked bacon, then dice it into smallish cubes, and put them in a sauté pan on medium to medium high heat.  Since most of the fat was rendered in the oven, you will not get much while sautéing it.  This step is just to make the bacon crispy.  Take the crispy bacon bits out of the pan, and place them onto a plate covered with a paper towel to soak up the residual fat.  If there is a lot of fat in the pan, you may remove it or keep it.  If you choose to keep it, do not use the butter for this step.  I did not get much bacon fat, so I used the butter.

In that same sauté pan, melt the butter.  Finely dice the shallots, then add them to the pan.  Clean and chop the mushrooms, then add them to the caramelized shallots.  Sauté the mushrooms for about 5 minutes, then add the salt, pepper, and thyme.  Cook for another 3 to 5 minutes.

In the same sauté pan, add some or all the roasted potatoes, depending on the size of your pan, and allow the flavors to develop by sautéing the bacon, mushrooms, shallots, and potatoes on low heat for a few minutes.  For the eggs …


3 – 4 tablespoons Organic Butter
10 large Organic Eggs
3 tablespoons Chives – finely chopped
1 teaspoon Sea Salt – to taste
16 grinds freshly ground Black Pepper

In a non-stick skillet, melt 1 tablespoon of butter on medium heat for every 3 eggs you will be cooking.  Cook the eggs, until the whites are white and hard and no longer translucent.  The yolk must still be runny; unless, you prefer otherwise.  You may salt and pepper the eggs in the pan, or after you plate them.

For the plating, scoop some of the hash onto a plating dish.  Gently add one or two of your cooked sunny side up eggs on top of the hash.  If you did not season the eggs, lightly salt and pepper them.  Then garnish with the desired amount of finely chopped chives on top of the eggs for a gentle onion flavor.  Repeat for however many guests you have.  Serve and ENJOY!