Breakfasts are still the meals that I struggle with fixing. Without bread, cereal, grits, oatmeal, it’s just hard to come up with ideas for breakfast every day. We’re eat lots of eggs – scrambled eggs, boiled eggs, poached eggs, omelettes. Some days I’ll just have a few almonds and a handful of blueberries or blackberries.
During the week, we eat an early breakfast but on weekends, we eat breakfast about 10 and then have dinner about 4 and that’s it. We’ll eat a piece of fruit or a piece of cheese or celery with almond butter if we get hungry.
Considering that we used boiled eggs in tuna and chicken salad for lunch and then I usually slice a boiled egg into our salads, we’re easily going through 3 or 4 dozen eggs per week. This is when it would be nice to have . . not even gonna say it . . I miss my chickens . . especially Miss Hattie. I keep looking at the new baby chicks and wondering which one will be the star of the bunch. It was Ruby in Missouri and Miss Hattie here.
Breakfast this morning: The green bowl in the center contains cooked onions, jalapeno, mushrooms, and tomatoes. There’s also cheese, broccoli sprouts and bacon.
That’s 2 eggs for Vince’s omelette, 2 eggs for Speck and he also gets the white from one of my eggs, 2 eggs for my omelette except Speck got one of my whites. I don’t like the whites. I wish there was a chicken that would lay only yolks!
Omelettes, sausage and a few blackberries. It was good and very filling.