No sooner should morning arrive, that I hastily begin to sense that old rumbly in my tumbly.
It's a fine Friday, and I've no plan-o's until much later in the eve, so I set out to make my nearly famous Eggo Bagels.
You begin by beginning, then get to chop-choppin' up all the veggiestuff. The heirlooms, the peppers and the make you weepy onions.
Use six large eggs for the whisking.
Sauté your veggies and add seasoned accounts to your credit, (Apologies! that's what happens when you bank whilst blogging. Please kindly pardon).
Add seasonings of fine herbs, sea salty goodness and freshly ground pepper.
Toss in a bit of Mediterranean feta or the freshest queso fresco you can get your grubby little hands on this side of the border.
Find the finest of sprouted wheat bagels *
Spread a generous schmear of whipped cream cheese atop.
and complete with fresh microgreens to flower the flock.
Eggo Bagel daybreak eats.
Heading off to the morning after breakfast now.
Have a good a.m. (and p.m.).
*Trader Joe's - and I might add that Trader Joe's makes a lovely peanut butter cream cheese that's utopia on a bagel, but I wouldn't add it to your eggs, unless you wish to have a protein plus breakfast.
Although you may very well conjure up a better recipe for Reese's Peanut butter Easter eggs while doing so, and that alone is well worth the effort.