Make an egg base of several eggs, some plant based milk, and maybe like some cinnamon, or something; eat approximately one third of your sourdough boule (it was totally a boule), by just gnawing on it like a lion to prey (I did not do that) ((technically)), then cut...
Another half an apple; six more weeks of health.
#whatsonmyplate: the last of the dressed potatoes, with a mushroom-spinach-onion-garlic sauté, and (a quarter of a) diced avocado, with a scramble, topped with pico de gallo ((no microgreens)).
((If you're "one of those", who doesn't like your food to touch, I apologize in advance for this plating; there was definitely sour cream on my peach.)) ((Giggity.))
Homemade burrito bowl. ((I'm comin' for you, Chipotle.))
Last of the refried beans (finally), plus some left over corn, and half a potato latke from Whole Foods. ((Bit of a clean-out-the-fridge kind of breakfast platter, but a breakfast platter nonetheless!))
Why NOT a heart carved out of an avocado? Hmmm?
The people over at the Whole Foods hot bar think cauliflowerini is a real thing, so I tried it. ((It should be of no surprise I put it on a breakfast platter.))
I tried a papusa. If you don't know what that is, all you really need to know is there's cheese in the middle.
If you are not building a food nest for breakfast, what are you even doing?
No shade: I ate the other 15/16ths of that baguette too.
More spinach/kale puck things from the Whole Foods salad bar (still can't remember which leaf it is; forgot to take note)...
I had to make a balsamic reduction, but they didn't tell me what to put it on. (('at'll work.))
That roasted broccolini made its way on to my breakfast platter ((as do most things, eventually)), with some avo, toma, oli's, and egg-os ((ridiculous)). I also tried...
Sometimes I make food just to piss my(old)self off; this is one of those times.