I don't know. I need to go grocery shopping, but I hate going shopping while hungry. I have: corn on the cobb (leftover from last night), salmon, tomatoes on the vine, medium cheddar, red bell pappers, garlic and eggs.
Make an omelet with the tomatoes on the vine, corn, peppers and cheese. Serving suggestion: Serve with warm crumpets with farm-fresh butter and a glass of Acai juice.
Dim sum !
Ooh almost forgot: I have orange juice, a pomegranite and a juicer. Thanks R2.
I thought this was going to be about CBS Sunday Morning.
I like it when my handsome co-worker leaves his clothes to be dry cleaned. I take them and use them as masturbation aids.
My butter is supermarket-fresh, will that do?
Are you 70 OP? I've never met anyone who isn't elderly who has brunch.
I'll be making my Sunday pancake and sausage breakfast, with coffee made in my Ikea French press. Eaten while watching SNL from last night.
Shrimp Cocktail and Sidecars
poppers and cockrings
I don't do 'brunch' I will however break fast with a bit of toast and fruit.
It means "CBS Sunday Morning" with Charles Osgood, 9:00:10:30 ET.
When we get up at Noon, it's called Blunch.
I need to go grocery shopping, but I hate going on Sundays when there are just scraps left over from busy Friday and Saturday. I have cereal and bananas
Drinkie-poos and copious amounts of pot, silly.
Champagne (rest of a bottle from New Year's Eve) with fresh mimosa and finger food sandwiches.
[quote]I have: corn on the cobb (leftover from last night), salmon, tomatoes on the vine, medium cheddar, red bell pappers, garlic and eggs. ... I have orange juice, a pomegranite and a juicer.
A pomegranite would be too hard for your juicer, R1. Use a pomegranate instead -- mix the juice with your orange juice (& some tequila or proseco if you have that).
Take the corn off the cob (save the extra b for some other time) & saute the kernels in a little butter with minced garlic.
Meanwhile, omeletize (my new favorite word from DL) everything else except the cheese -- grate that & sprinkle it on top of the omelet -- strain the corn out of the garlic butter & garnish the omelet. If you have what's needed to make biscuits or toast, serve that with the garlic butter.
Just adore putting out a delish spread with yummy treats like pigs in a blanket,loads of fried up meats,frozen waffles (of course I have the toaster set up) large selection of donuts
[quote]Champagne (rest of a bottle from New Year's Eve)
That sounds terrible.
Stumbling out of a strange bed, quiely rifling though jean pockets for money...phone...leftover party favors, and then the walk of shame home.
The ghost of Sunday morning past
Thanks R22. Sauteed corn does sound nice (It's still early here).
Didn't even think about seeds in my juicer.
Green chili and cheese omelet. V-8 juice, home made Pinto beans, avocado slices and corn tortillas
Who the fuck eats corn on the cob in January!?
Natural vanilla nut flavored coffee, Casaba melon chunks, whole grain toast with cinnamon, and a slice of sharp cheddar cheese. Too early to cook.
R28 People who are into GMO products chemically farmed by Monsanto.
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Then there's Jan the middle one who's psycho crazy
Sister Cindy's, a snitch
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We're going to this new place called Boom Boom owned by this gay couple who just moved here from New Zealand. Apparently all of the dishes are inspired by New Zealand. I'll report back.
Going to a southern cuisine restaurant here in Chicago!!!!! I just want some good mimosas though.
We're still waiting for your report back, R32. Details!
R32 - posted at 10:11 that he/she was going to brunch and that he/she would report back.
R33 - posted at 10:22 asking how it was.
R36 - posted at 10:33 that DL was STILL waiting for his report.
Egg whites, spinach, kale, lentils, smoked turkey and shirataki/zero-calorie noodles.
Post-holiday carb cutting, gotta love it. I'd kill for pancakes and French Toast right about now....
R38, if you use a high heat oil and sautee greens on high heat to a partially browned crisp, it really hits the spot when you're craving fries or other fried food, I've found.
Some people just sautee their greens until they're limp and mushy ans it's not the same.
I'm having quiche made with smoked salmon, and gruyere cheese with roasted yellow bell peppers.
Donkey dick (leftover)
We had corn muffins and coffee.
For lunch, I am roasting a chicken.
So far: Great Lakes Dortmunder Gold, 2 over medium eggs, and a refried Brussels sprouts/potato mix.
My afternoon farts will be epic.
R38 (or anyone else who knows), can you explain about massaging kale? I saw a guy doing it on TV this morning & he said it makes normally tough, fibrous kale tender -- I know the stuff is good for you, but this seems like a lot of trouble just for the sake of a healthy vegetable.