May 29, 2012
Top two: Saturday's breakfast. Biscuit topped with hot pepper jelly, a fried egg, sauteed mushrooms, and caramelized red onions. A side of apple crisps with yogurt, homemade granola, and agave nectar.
Middle two: Sunday's breakfast. Cheesy veggie omelet with a side of breakfast sausage and a fruit salad. Omelets are becoming my preferred hangover food.
Bottom two: Monday's breakfast. Roasted red pepper and pea pesto (leftovers from a backyard grill-out, made by a friend, and sent home with us) on toast, topped with a poached egg and basil from the garden.
Three for the price of two! It's fun to see so many Weekend Breakfasts all in a row. It illustrates how similar they are, that all we truly do is make a pile of things on-hand, and top it with an egg that makes it's own sauce. But it works. Micah and I joke that we should start a food truck - or photography book - of egg piles. Brainstormed names for the truck/book include: Pile Up, Around the World in 80 Piles, and Pile Driver.