Tuesday, February 26, 2008
A Leisurely Br-EGG-fast
A day off! A day off! A Day OFF!!! Woooo hoooo hooo!! Oh yeah oh yeah!! Ho yea!! Hoooo yeaaa!!
From the above emotional-nutty outburst, you must realise that I don't get weekdays off very often. So, a leisurely breakfast is a luxury for me.
A weekday breakfast is normally a HK$3.5 tuna-mayo bun (my current favorite, it is gorgeous, I will take a pic and post tomorrow) bought from a small shop called Sakurashima, eaten at desk out of a plastic bag, while checking out work email inbox, the content of which isn't always a pleasant breakfast reading material.
Sooo, a nice more-than-just-one-item breakfast combo, eaten while watching my current favorite series Top Chef, is a major luxury.
The Br-EGG-Fast Combo
- Home made egg and honey bread french toasts, slathered with butter, condensed milk & chocolate sauce
- Beddar Cheddar sausages (sausages filled, bursting with liquid cheddar cheese), boiled
- Scrambled Eggs
Egg and Honey Bread French Toasts
- 4 slices of Garden's Honey and Egg bread, halved (can be replaced with normal white/grain bread)
- 1 egg, beaten, add a bit of sugar and teeny bit of salt (we are going for sweetness)
- butter/cooking oil
- condensed milk/chocolate sauce/strawberry jam/Sam Talbot of top chef season 2, whatever you fancy on your toasts
In case you forgot how gorgeous it looks, here comes the photo again. In case you're bored of this, well, bite me. Ha-ha!
The scrambled eggs were done over low heat, stirred from time to time to form a nice texture, season, serve. Do NOT overcook. Dry fried eggs, me no likey.
*Other drool-able breakfast posts: Jollibee's pancake sandwich & Hong Kong Big Breakfast*