This evening I decided to make "Breakfast for Dinner". I made nitrite free Applewood smoked bacon that I baked until crisp, fried some cage free organic eggs and served it with the leftover Ancho Chile Cheddar Biscuits
from earlier in the week as well as some leftover Squash Gruyere Bake
from last night's dinner. It was quick, simple and delicious! It was extremely overcast all day today and began lightly raining as I snapped the pictures of our "breakfast/dinner". While the bacon was cooking, I snapped a few pictures of the roses that seem to have exploded in our backyard. For some reason, they almost appear fluorescent against the dark gray gloomy day. I posted a few photos below for you to see (recipes are embedded and linked above). Enjoy!
Thank you for the flower-photos. It is a feast for the eyes! I wish my roses looked that healthy!
Be well, Barbara from California.
Thanks, Barbara! Thought I'd capture them before the brutal summer heat hits them in another month or so! :-)
Sometimes I like breakfast for dinner even more than breakfast for breakfast!
What lovely, lovely roses! We're up to daffodils here. Tulip trees and weeping cherries are just beginning to bloom. Regular trees still have little teeny, tiny leaves. Won't be long, though. :-)
Dear Gourmet Girl, your recipes are excellent and your flowers are exquisite. Thanks for all you do.
Thanks so much Ana! :-)
Me too,Cybersis -- many times I'm not hungry enough to enjoy "breakfast" in the morning -- but it tastes really good in the evening! Looks like spring has finally sprung for you! I am keeping my fingers crossed that the summer heat doesn't start too early this year so we can enjoy everything being so fresh and green for a bit! :-)
Food looks good...but I'm so jealous of the flowers, or should I say, the warm weather? I live in Central Iowa and we got a foot of snow yesterday!
Wow! A foot of snow in May? I had no idea that much snow was still falling anywhere. I guess I will stop my whining today about it being "chilly" at 62 degrees then! We are supposed to get monsoon rains here over the next couple days. I hope your snow melts quickly so your spring flowers can come out soon! :-)
Your breakfast is almost as gorgeous as your roses :). I've never baked bacon before, I need to try that. And that squash casserole looks wonderful, I need to try that too LOL.
Gorgeous roses, really, really gorgeous.
Thank you for sharing your roses and of course your wonderful recipes.
Best to you,
Thanks so much Roye! Glad you enjoyed seeing my roses! Baking the bacon works well -- I think you'd like it. I hope you have a wonderful weekend! :-)
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