Oh no … so glad I am not an egg hater
Follow up to my own comment, lol. While I’m certainly an egg guy, I’m not an egg’s for lunch or dinner kind of guy. I know people who will make egg frittata, quiche, omelette, scrambled etc. for lunch and / or dinner. Nope! For whatever reason I can only eat eggs for breakfast, any other time of the day I’m completely turned off of them as a meal option. Not even a yummy pork roll egg and cheese for lunch, just can’t do it.
As @chowdom noted, it is egg season! It is also lemon season, so breakfast today was a quick avgolemono soup.
Palacinky, one with strawberries and cream, and the other with chocolate syrup.
The boy woke up hungry for pancakes or waffles, for which I had neither ingredients nor equipment. When I set these down in front of him, his eyes got huge and he got a big, goofy smile on his face. “I’m really excited about this. May I have a glass of milk, please?”
Ah, Palatschinken, as they are called in Austria.
I used to make blintzes with cottage cheese. Palatschinken or blintzes I can’t really make them super duper thin. I have very nice and creamy farmer’s quark and thinking I’m going to make Topfenschmarrn with rhubarb for this Pentecost long weekend.
Lovely! What was the dim sum with “soup” at the right?
Pork and shrimp dumplings (without dough wrappers).
A recent breakfast option, not very sexy, has been dry oatmeal with fresh blue berries and walnuts with almond milk. Fried egg on toast as a spurge and mushroom omlete as a bigger splurge
Eating less, walking more has been my diet plan. Works and is sustainable
No photos, because I’m not a morning person, but we ended up with a bunch of soggy “steak fries” (wide cut potatoes) from a messed-up delivery order.
I diced those and added in diced onion and bell peppers, then crisped for a version of Potatoes O’Brien - topped with poached eggs, from a friend’s rescued hens, and had a quarter of a massive steamed artichoke alongside.
I am not a breakfast eater (first food is usually consumed about eight hours after waking - coffee, tea, and water until then). This was a delicious break from the usual routine but now I want a nap!
“…dry oatmeal…” like museli? I’m a fan of museli although it’s rare i have it- i went through a phase where i would mix up a batch with the oats, some chia seeds, ground flax, and whatever nuts were around. Guess i burned out on it but i recall it was tasty and kept me full a good while!
Walking more is a great easy way to add more activity to the day
That sounds delicious! But yeah, big breakfasts make me want to go back to bed!!
That stuff is good.
Made my wife a fried egg on toast. Me, coffee and not much else besides a bit of cheese sliced from a wedge in the fridge. Loosing weight with lots of walking and hunger is way down. But I do love a good breakfast. Maybe my favorite meal of the day
Avocado toast with cucumbers and a sprinkle of zatar, picked up with an iced almond milk latte this morning on the way to work.
Up early so we made quick sweet biscuits to use up a few blackberries and the last spoonfuls of rhubarb apricot jam.