My friend Abbey and I went to one her favorite breakfast spots called, Ginger Sue’s. While waiting for a table, we soaked in the sun and conversed, but not for very long. The environment was simple and clean. The breakfast items dominated the menu, so that’s always a good sign for the first meal of the day. 🙂
I ordered the farmer’s omelet with veggies and goat cheese, and it came with a biscuit and a side –I chose fruit. Also, I added a blueberry pancake. Everything was wonderful! The goat cheese was a perfect addition to the omelet and the biscuit was literally perfect. I liked that fresh apples and bananas were involved in the fruit side and for the first time, I couldn’t finish the pancake.
Abbey and I pretty much closed the place down as we sat there talking for hours and finished our coffee. Awesome place to have breakfast!
Wonderfulness on a plate!
Look at the little pocket of syrup. Always, my favorite part of the pancake. 😀
My friend Kamo introduced me to this awesome Korean snack. When opening the package, there were many thin cracker-like squares, and my first thought was that the snack would be salty. It wasn’t. Instead, these little squares packed a light sweet taste like a cookie! I need to find these at the market! Also, the lady on the package is very stylish with her outfit and riding the scooter-bike thingy! 🙂
Little. Yet, there were like a 100 little square cookies in there!
Accidentally uploaded this pic from the Japanese festival in Cali. I’ll be blogging about this soon, but decided to leave it here! 🙂
So little and delicious! 🙂
Any place named the The Big Biscuit is well worth checking out. Although I thought it was a place where people can purchase biscuits in bulk (like Duncan Donuts), I was a little surprised when finding out it was a sit down restaurant. Maybe, I just wanted a lot of biscuits. Also, these restaurants are only in the Kansas City area.
I ordered the three egg Western Omelet with onion, ham, green peppers, and cheddar. It came with awesome hash browns and a biscuit! The meal was hearty and delicious, but it was the biscuit and whipped butter that stood out like a shining star.
Two peas in a pod.
I could eat 6,548 of these. So light!
The biscuit was so light and soft in the inside, and slightly crusty on the outside. It was like the person who baked them had kitten gloves on. And the whipped butter! Who does that?!
My friend got the biscuit and gravy, and two eggs. She said the gravy was legit. I’ll have to order that the next time.
This combo has to be illegal in at least five states.