Food, Recipe

Yummy breakfast!

Breakfast

I made this delightful breakfast the other morning because breakfast is easily my favorite meal of the day. And snack time…

Here’s how:

2 slices of toast, toasted to a perfect medium brown

2 slices of bacon (usually I do turkey bacon, but I haven’t had real bacon in so long that I just had to…)

2 eggs fried over easy

A little bit of chopped scallion on top of the eggs

A slice of white American cheese (or whatever you prefer) on top of each egg

Put a top over the eggs for the last minute of frying so that the cheese melts

A handful of fresh raspberries on the side

A nice big glass of fresh orange juice

Let me know what you think!

xx

Always,

Allie

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Food, Tequila Tuesday, Weeklies

On Tequila Tuesdays, I like to share a story of my recent drunken escapades. This weekend wasn’t so eventful, so I’m going to share an event that I personally cannot wait to attend. Of course, I will have to attend once I move to Nash-Vegas.

It’s the Beer, Bourbon and BBQ Festival.

I know, hard to believe such a wonderful thing exists. But not only does that exist, I also stumbled upon a bakery in New York City (the greatest city on Earth, obviously) which bakes delicious baked goods with the best ingredient on Earth, BACON.

Baconery.

So for all you stoners out there, get pumped because I’m pretty sure they ship product.

Tequila Tuesday: Beer, BBQ & Bourbon

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Recipe

I feel like someone could actually make these on their own quite simply!
A bag of Ruffles, a bunch of melted chocolate and come bacon crushed up into little bits.
Dip the chips into the melted chocolate halfway and stick them on a baking sheet covered with waxed or parchment paper. then sprinkle the crushed up bacon on top! Put the baking sheet in the refrigerator to set the chocolate and you’re done! Instant deliciousness. Probably cheaper, too.

emer schlosser

I’ve heard of people taking food they love and combining them in “unique” ways  – stories of pregnant women combining pickles with watermelon, ninja turtles scooping ice cream onto their pizzas, etc – but I hadn’t tried a too outrageous amalgamation…until I was introduced to a thick ruffled potato chip that was coated in a rich chocolate and sprinkled with a healthy topping of mesquite bacon and red pepper flakes. Sure I’d had and made cupcakes topped with maple icing and bacon on top, but that was like a breakfast dessert, something that made sense in my mind (hint: I added Canadian-made Spice Box whiskey into the maple icing to add a nice vanilla flavour to the sauce). This chip was a different story. This chip was a colossal cacophony that worked wonderfully.

Hand made by The Chocolateria, these delectable snacks put a nice unusual spin on treats…a spin…

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