We have just a little brioche left, so what to do before it goes bad – no preservatives? How about a French Toast using the brioche? Wonderful! And easy. The addition of fresh nutmeg really adds a different flavor level. And then just a small dusting of powdered sugar. No syrup or butter needed. How about, too, some fresh blueberries on top? Can’t have breakfast without some bacon. Everything is better with bacon. In this case, turkey bacon. And this particular brand from Costco is very good. And it crisps up well, too. And we just found out that some information found on the Boise Foodie Blog, will be in the next issue of Travel & Leisure! Yea!
Yes it was. Starting at breakfast. Thinking of something for dinner. The arrival from Angel Petrogallo of a wonderful Broccoli Shred Soup – Doctored it somewhat, but very little – and then a good, I think, chicken dinner with candied carrots. Then Robin says she wanted a plum cake (pictured here) and she had a recipe. Only thing is, one must wait 24 hours before eating. “They” say it’s better! You be the judge. Here is our day of cooking. Oh, by the way. We did receive our autographed copy of Two Million Meals Later – House Recipes from Boise’s Brick Oven Bistro today. This is going to be a fun cookbook. Yup! One more for our library. Enjoy.
There you have it. A day in the kitchen. Loved it!
I think most of the readers here know how much I do like Acme Bake Shop breads! I just think they take great pride in producing an awesome product: Rye, Ciabatta, Baguettes, Sourdough and Potato to name a few. Here is breakfast that we fixed this morning using sourdough and potato bread with bacon and sauteed mushrooms, on the side. Enjoy!