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what's your favorite breakfast on a day off or at the weekend?
Most weekend mornings here on the gulf coast are sunny, yet cool. These days, I have two housemates (a married couple) and a their dog, who is part wolf.
Typically my favorite breakfast goes like this:
I fire up the grill next to the pool, and lay on some thick slices of pepper bacon. In the mean time, one of my house mates has made coffee, which he brings me as I keep the fire hot enough to cook the bacon, yet not so hot that it catches fire.
The dog stands next to me, wagging his tail and expressing his pleasure at the wonderful smells coming from the grill
The other housemate is in the kitchen frying eggs.
We've gotten our timing down so the eggs and bacon are done at the same time ... we sit next to the pool, eating fried eggs, grilled bacon an sipping coffee, and usually some fresh squeezed fruit juice and talk about how the week has gone, or perhaps nothing at all.
The dog, of course, is tossed pieces of bacon, and usually gets an egg of his own.
An omelette with the last night's leftover veggies, and some cheese.
Yeah , Its not other than Boiled eggs or Veg Ommlette.. just love the taste with bread slice on it! yummy tummy..
lemon curd and honey on porridge, hot chips, eggs on toast with heaps of olive oil and fresh chilli, bacon sammies.
I'm partial to biscuits and sausage gravy, with coffee or tea, depending on my mood.
Bacon w/eggs- or- veggie- omelet, biscuits, and lotsa tomato juice and strawberry or grape jelly.
I am always exited to try new recipes at the weekend. The main reason is all the family members gather for a free talk. They all wait to taste my new found recipe .
I try all types of new recipes of my country from north India to south India. its basically from Idly vada to punjabi dishes.
homemade biscuits and sausage gravy
Not exactly slimming though......
The gravy looks great (some novices insist that it should be white, but they're wrong).
I also like eggs with those crispy edges.
Crispy on the edge, runny in the middle. One thing the French cannot do - breakfast. A Croissant is OK some of the time, but every now and then..
Not sure I could get the gravy white. Or even want to try.
lol Mark - that looks mighty fine *rubs belly*
And nope, I have no shares in Weetabix. I just really really enjoy the cereal. Lots of hot milk, a sprinkling of sugar. A good steaming coffee to wash it down. Yummy. Nice with bananas too
sausage does not deserve being made into gravy.
You guys enjoy your gravy, I'm sticking with waffles. Sausage on the side.
Hey it's your weekend, everything qualifies .
I'm sure cold pizza from the night before qualifies too, as well as stale left over beer, just as long as there are no cigarette butts floating around in it...mmmmmmmmmmmmm reminds me of my college days.
I don't know this dish, do you mind sharing?
Natto is a kind of fermented soy bean. Crack a raw egg over very hot rice and mix it in (thus partly cooking the egg) then top with natto. Add some scallions and a bit of mustard if you like.
Sounds cool but why does your housemate have to stay indoors? You could just bring out a frying pan and the eggs to cook outdoors along with the bacon, then relaxation for both, plus the lucky dog gets more enticing smells and can choose his egg !
Oh without doubt pancakes,mmmm, hot, fluffy, succulent, mouth watering, dripping with maple syrup..
Can only eat them on Sundays though or I would end up like a house.
I am with you! Except I prefer banana on top, not cut and laid there but crushed and spread thick. Yum. There's a place in the Blue Mountains that makes the absolute best pancakes in the world. Yes, they do have maple syrup and, if you prefer, strawberries and cream. Great art to check out and you can't go past the Three Sisters for something spectacular.
For lunch of a Sunday there's a nice place in the middle of the Royal National Park, NSW that has the most wonderful apple pie. It is actually made there so it is always fresh. What's more on a good spring day when there's lots of wind about you can watch the hang-gliders in action while you eat.
How can you people make such a delicious breakfast.. its simply amazing.. lols.. I cannot resist myself now from eating.. ahhaha
My own fav, is scrambled eggs and crispy bacon,washed down with a glass of bubbly
Pancakes. Ever since I was a kid. Usually only have time to make them on Saturday or Sunday.
We never eat breakfast during the week, but on weekends we sometimes go to a breakfast buffet where they serve every breakfast food you can imagine!
I don't eat breakfast very often. But when I do, my wife's blueberry pancakes are the best.
There's a place in town that has a jazz buffet brunch on Sundays. They have the most awesome crab eggs benedict and you can get just about anything you want whipped into an omelette or wrapped up in a crape. It's so yummy. I love going there Sunday mornings with my girls or my husband to enjoy the music and mimosas.
Homemade pancakes or waffles and eggs.
Omelettes are always good as well...hell, I love all breakfast just about.
Bacon, egg, and cheese on a biscuit, lots of fruit including berries, orange juice, and coffee. Since I'm not the cook, it's usually sausage, egg, and cheese on toast, plus the other stuff.
On weekends, when I have guests, especially, it's a full buffet of waffles, scambled "dirty" eggs with all kinds of stuff in them, fresh fruit, juice, bacon (and maybe sausage), sometimes oatmeal, and whatever else suits our tastebuds in the moment. Sometimes if guests are showing up, they pot luck it with us. Recognizing calories at such gatherings is not allowed.
Over the holidays, I make pumpkin waffles. Total rock-the-house hit.
Slow pan fried tomatoes and eggs. Sugar salt pepper in the tomatoes, eggs with the centres still runny on hot buttered toast today.
The same thing my sweetie makes me every Saturday and Sunday morning...2 eggs (over-easy,) bacon (from home-grown pigs,) homefries (from home-grown potatoes,) and wheat toast!
Mouth is watering right now because the bacon is cooking as I type.
They can make these breakfast here by pasting them on the post reply post.. lols.. terrowhite.. you should use some brains.. hahahaha,.
by Mayz5 years ago
What is your favorite breakfast?either easy or special made. I simply like one sliced toasted bread, scramble egg with cheese and some spicys with hot drink.
by Mark Knowles10 years ago
What is everyone's favorite breakfast hangover cure?I ask because I had a famous hangover this AM after watching England beat France in the six nations rugby series.My breakfast of choice - Biscuits and sausage gravy....
by brandasaur6 years ago
What's your favorite breakfast?You can also answer this to a hub. I personally love sunny side up eggs
by Jen King8 years ago
c-o-f-f-e-ecoffee is the one for meDunkin Donuts medium roast grindthe finest beans that I can findA little creamno sugartwo scoops in#4 filtersmug mugc-o-f-f-e-ecoffee is the one for meyeah!
by Money Fairy5 years ago
Ham and eggs?pancakes(with butter and maple syrup) and sausage or bacon?oatmeal and brown sugar a bowl of fresh fruit and some granola and yougurt?An omlet?
by rfox216 years ago
What's your favorite breakfast cereal?
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