A Perfect Weekend Breakfast

A Perfect Weekend Breakfast

Mmmmm. The perfect weekend breakfast, it comes in many, many forms, but it’s cooked over an open fire. Not much in this world beats making breakfast over the fire in the early hours of the morning while the world is quiet – or, as quiet as it’s likely to get.

And, it’s actually doable for a lot of us – more of us than most of us believe. After all, I live in Brooklyn, NY and I do it. I put a small fire pit/grill in my back court for just this purpose. In fact, when this post goes live, that’s probably where I and what I’m doing.

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3 Responses to “A Perfect Weekend Breakfast”

  1. Tyler, the Portly Politico Says:

    What a great way to start the day! I think it's time to get my act together and build a fire pit for some morning grilling.

  2. jonolan Says:

    Yessiree, it's a great start to almost any day. I'd highly recommend it to everyone who can do it.

    The pit's easy to build too. Mine's just a few layers of stone (schist) and two iron grates, one on the bottom to get airflow under the wood or coals and one on the top as a cooking surface.

  3. SoundEagle ೋღஜஇ Says:

    Dear jonolan,

    Thank you for showing us your highly appetizing weekend breakfast. Well done!

    All of these photos and writing about food here in your blog post are making me very hungry and teasing my appetite! Luckily, I did cook up a big storm and still have plenty of cooked food to comfort and satisfy my gustatory desires stoked by what you present in your post.

    In the spirit of your excellent post about miscellaneous Biryani dishes, I would like to offer you some tempting and mind-bogglingly presented food in one of my posts entitled “SoundEagle in Edible Art, Glorious Food and Festive Season” published at https://soundeagle.wordpress.com/2012/12/08/soundeagle-in-edible-art-glorious-food-and-festive-season/

    Please enjoy and kindly let me know what you think of those dishes by leaving some comment(s) there!

    Yours sincerely,

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