What's for breakfast (aka what's going to happen exciting today)?


#390

Yes it does. We used to use Choc Mod Truffles made especially for Kirkland but Kirkland stopped carrying them. So, had to buy thru Amazon , then realized that the ingredients were not as great. They are not being made in France anymore bur in Canada. So, we change to Lindt Chocolate truffles.


(Retired !) #391

Greek omelet with sausage, feta, tomatoes, green onions & basil, with a bagel.


(Junior) #392

In honor of Columbus Day and a day off of work I give you steak n eggs!


(Retired !) #393

Those eggs look like they could use some salt n peppah.

I didn’t know Columbus liked steak & eggs…


(Retired !) #394

Looks like our nation’s lawmakers are celebrating this Monday off with AYCE brunch and mimosas:

Grrrh!

Apparently no Indians protesting in DC unless it’s their football team.


(Robin) #395

Sourdough toast topped with fried eggs, provolone, arugula, and a few tomatoes.

DH picked up an almond croissant at the FM.


(Chris) #396

It was 10am but more of a second breakfast as I’d had porridge at 6am. Day 10 of an 18 day, 145 mile trek on the Anapuurna Circuit in the Himalayas in Nepal. After a diet of porridge, Snickers, trail mix and rice and lentils this place in Manang was a godsend. Smoked yak and buffalo sausages, buckwheat pancake, fried eggs and salad. All washed down with local seabuckthorn juice and an Americano.


#397

Yep, that’s how you can eat 5 meals a day there.


#398

Even though it’s after 12:00pm I’m posting this as breakfast since it was our first meal of the day. Just took a long walk around the neighborhood and ran into a neighbor who was proud to show us his new chicken coop in the back yard. While checking the hen house he pulled out a little blue egg and offered to me.

Had to make two plates out of it so while forging through the fridge I pulled out some kale, last nights dal and used a tomato off the counter to make breakfast. I was really digging the combo of flavors


#399

Beets, feta and olives


#400

I picked up whole buttermilk yesterday, breakfast included but was not limited to buttermilk pancakes.
It was a cold morning, DH worked up an appetite chopping wood.
We ate in front of the fire :slight_smile:


#401

Snow for breakfast (Texas).
Yep, I ate some.


(Doo B. Wah) #402

It wasn’t yellow was it?


#403

More importantly, was it tasty?


#404

Delicious.


#405

I watch out where the huskies go and don’t eat no yellow snow.


(Dan) #406

Sorry just saw your post today. That is one delicious looking meal!

We woke up to our first snow of the season and I heated up some leftover baby potatoes with eggs and cheese and a side of scallion waffles on the iron. No fireplace running yet but the heat was on!:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#407

Thank you … and I feel your pain
Your breakfast sounds amazing


(Dan) #408

Tonight, with the snow shining off the neighbor holiday lights, it actually looks beautiful🎄


#409

I will never be a regular on this thread since my idea of breakfast is a cup of coffee [well, except those days I sit in an infusion chair and eat whatever I want.] I make granola every two weeks or so so Mr. SMT has his breakfast. But today? I wanted scones. I prepped last night, and then made the dough at 6:30AM and was eating scones at 8AM. I made cheddar cheese & scallion scones using Joanne Chang’s formula in FLOUR. They were good. Most of them are now in the freezer for my next scone craving.