BREAKFAST is not dessert. Sugar cereal or cake? No! First fuel of the day. Fruit is always a good choice. Nature makes it perfect.
No egg egg melt with coconut bacon on spelt muffin from Plant Theory in South Beach Miami. Delicious!
A perfect lemon scone in the Wynwood Districtt of Miami at Miam Cafe.
Duck eggs are a bit richer than chicken. I pack my frittatas FULL of veg.
Indulgent breakfast sandwich. There's something about a friend green tomato, runny pastured egg yolk, sprouts and grilled bread that just soaks away the night before, hmmmm?
It's saying, hello there.
Yum. You may notice I like to make pretty frittatas. For this one, the slices of local farm sweet potato were used to line the pan creating a potato "crust"of sorts.
I pull from my backyard garden whenever possible. In love with this herb lovage. On a toasted everything bagel with Daiya dairy-free "cream cheese", radish, arugula flower.
Onion chives from my garden with capers on a toasted everything bagel schmeared with vegan cream cheese. That means no dairy which means hundreds less gallons of water wasted.
...in a fritatta! Local farmer fresh. Oh boy this is delicious. Grilled or roasted any vegetable is amaze. Toss in some local pastured chicken eggs and you've got a perfect weekend breakfast!
This one has grilled potatoes and beans from my garden plus a bunch of random greens I pulled. The veggie sausage has breadcrumbs I added at the very end to give it a yum texture.
Adding fresh garden herbs to anything makes that anything more delicious - a bright, fragrant experience. I grilled the onion and potato then tossed with greens from my garden - kale, cilantro, radish greens and such. And with good, pastured eggs - I always leave them runny. That healthy, nutritious orange yolk - YES.
Hard to go wrong with toast and fruit. Especially when it's local, just-baked sourdough smeared with yum. Half has local fig/orange jam and the other half coconut oil, sugar and cinnamone.
Seriously, y'all - you can toss ANYTHING into a frittata. I do it once every weekend. Great way to use up leftovers of veg. I grilled this local farm broccoli and onion. I always barely whisk the eggs so I get that marbled orange / yellow / white business.
That is all. Usually I eat fruit with granola, toast or by itself for breakfast. Unless it's the weekend and I'm making my Sunday frittata! Or I wake up especially hungry and inspired with time on a weekday to throw down for an egg plate (see next pic).
Classic American VEGETARIAN Breakfast, that is. Couple of local real-farm eggs with grilled potato + onion and veggie sausage. If your eggs are thin, runny, yellow - those aren't chickens eating or living well. Just say NO.
A really fun way to eat eggs! Whip the whites to stiff peaks, pour in your yolk, then bake. Fluffy yum! A very interesting and different texture. These are local, small farm pasture eggs, of course. :)
Couple of sunny side up local small farm pasture chicken eggs with veggie sausage and fried potatoes with greens. Plus cinnamon toast made with Village Baking Co meyer lemon rosemary bread and coconut oil, instead of butter.