Tag Archives: breakfast
So, a few of you may have read my previous post about yogurt where I said that I would attempt to make my own next. Well, that time has come! The other day I bought a quart of milk from a local dairy for $3.00, and one “starter” yogurt for $1.34. If all went well I’d have a whole quart of yogurt for less than $5.00. Not too shabby, if I don’t say so myself! So, first of all you need all of this stuff: Continue reading
First and foremost, this isn’t a “how to make yogurt” post, mainly because I’ve never made it from scratch. This post, however, is about the yogurt 99% of you eat: The stuff from the store. Lately yogurt has become the “in thing” and not only do you have the normal everyday stuff, you have things like Activia and Danactive on TV all the time with their advertisements. So, in this post I’m gonna go through a couple of things Continue reading
Back in Omaha we had a favorite breakfast place… Bailey’s. I know I never officially reviewed them, but they were awesome… in fact, the last day we were in Omaha we started off breakfast there, as we did at least a few times a month. I ended up taking photos for a review, so look to one in the future once I gather all my thoughts. Anyway, back to the review at hand. Ever since arriving in Florida, Jess and I have been on a quest to find a great breakfast place as Jess loves breakfast to death. I would say it is probably her favorite meal of the day… if prepared right. So when I was pointed to the breakfast at the Gravel Road restaurant (by one of their sous chefs, no less) while wandering the Farmer’s Market as usual, never being one to hesitate, I finished up my shopping and headed right over. I grabbed an order of biscuits and gravy to go for Jess and ran back home. Continue reading
Originally this was supposed to be my last post before leaving Omaha. Unfortunately due to many different things, this didn’t get finished.
Luckily the dust is settling and what was once my last post from Omaha will be my first post from Panama City. Today I fondly look back at my favorite Omaha places… Continue reading
So, you went ahead and just made two loaves of Challah and now you’re wondering what you’re going to do with it all, right? Not to worry, as you’ve come to the right place!
Go ahead and get out your frying pan, it is time to make us some breakfast! Seriously, nothing says ‘yum’ quite like homemade french toast!! Continue reading