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. 😀
Ok! I forgot about this one. When Taco Bell first came out with their new breakfast line, I knew that I would have to try it at least once. By the time I got there, they were getting ready for lunch, but were able to make me one of the waffle tacos. I asked for bacon.
The waffle was sweet, the eggs were processed, the bacon crisp, cheese for days, and they give you two syrups to dip the taco in. I avoided the syrup, and rather enjoyed the taco itself. I won’t eat it again, but glad to have experienced it! 🙂
Once in a life time…
My sister-in-law made these egg muffins that were out of this world! Of course there was egg, but spinach, and prosciutto were added to the mix. So light and fluffy. I could eat 54 of these. Total legitness on this morning! Great breakfast, but easy for a snack later.
Tiny, but oh so tasty!
Breakfast: scrambled eggs and bacon with a side of french toast. It was a lot, but I managed. Classic!
I met some friends for breakfast at Panera. I usually hit up Panera during the lunch time, so breakfast was new for me. I ordered the bacon, egg, and cheese on Asiago Foccacia bread. I also ordered a red velvet cookie, since it was free on my Panera rewards card! The sandwich was good, but small and not worth the price (in my opinion). Maybe if a side, such as an apple or another piece of fruit were offered, it would have sweetened up the deal. The red velvet cookie was legit and yes, I did share.
Red Velvet cookie on the right. Love!
During my visit at the Local Pig, I picked up a pound of Irish bacon and half of a pound of the Bourbon, Brown sugar, and Jalapeño bacon. Both bacons were thick-cut and delicious. They were hearty and crispy – I would buy it again!