Monday, January 17, 2011


Do you like to eat breakfast? It is the most important meal of the day. I eat breakfast most everyday, so does Ginny my youngest. Leslie and her Daddy will probably meet an early demise because they refuse to obey this important health rule. Dpending on the day, it can be elaborate, or eaten on the run.  In honor of the perfect French toast I made, and am eating while I type, here are some important tidbits about my love of breakfast:

1. Coffee is a MUST.  No decent self respecting breakfast is complete without it.  Coffee can turn a handfull of cookies into a sensible breakfast.

2. I used to love to make my babies rice cereal and applesauce for breakfast. They were so happy in the morning and so ready to eat.  They would laugh and coo and spray me with rice cereal.

3. Breakfast burritos are probably my family's favorite and we eat it for supper alot too.

4.Waffle House trumps Huddle House every time.

5. Eggs, bacon and smokey toast best camping breakfast ever.  It's even better when you chase it with an ice cold Coke from the cooler, and it's just cold enough to make you wear your jacket.  The camp chair are a little damp still and the squirrels are running around like crazy hoping you drop a crumb or two.

6. When you cruise, always go to breakfast in the dining hall vs. the buffet.

7. Oatmeal with raisins and a sprinkle of cinnamon and sugar is the best day in-day out breakfast ever.

8. Before I die I want to learn how to poach an egg and make hollendaise sauce.

9.  When I was a kid, we were so poor, my mom would make rice or cooked bran cereal before we went to school.  We never got sugar cereal, it cost too much, and she made breakfast alsmost every morning I can remember.

10. Can you think of a better feeling than to wake up and smell bacon frying?  No matter where you are, it means your home.


Chris, Lauren and Gage said...

When I was a little girl, my dad and I made homemade biscuits almost every Saturday...we ate them on our way to the flea market in town!

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