Sunday, 30 June 2013

Breakfast on Sunday

First buy your waffles, strawberries and cream.
Or grow them, make them or have them delivered
by organic lorries with free range drivers.


Pick a sunny Sunday morning
and heat the waffles in the oven.



Whip the cream.
With a whisk.
Exercise? Check.



Slice or halve the strawberries.
It's a personal choice.
Sprinkle with sugar.
Or not.



Spoon cream on waffle,
pile strawberries on top.
It's not rocket science.



Eat in the sunshine.

15 comments:

  1. Damn, I knew there was something I forgot to do this morning.

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    1. I haven't shown pictures of the table centrepiece which was a life size carving of the Queen in ice because I don't want people to think I've got too much time.

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  2. Mine went more like this: Holler at children that we will be late for cricket matches, bung shop bought scotch pancakes in toaster. Get one stuck. Retrieve mangled pancake with chopsticks. Warn about slopping OJ on cricket whites. Run out the door leaving dirty plates on table.

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    1. Been there. Done that. Never thought of using chopsticks though.

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  3. I don't eat breakfast...

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    1. How do you live without toast?

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    2. Toast and Marmite is my lunch so I am not deprived one little bit.

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    1. Looks panic stricken and rushes to WikiQuote to find out if bb is correct.

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  5. My brother is a retired rocket scientist. Let me check with him

    Gorgeous breakfast, gorgeous garden.

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    1. kmkat - please consider yourself an honoured guest - let me arrange cushions in the most comfortable chair - all these years and you only tell us now that you are related to a rocket scientist.

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  6. If you live North of Watford the rule is no sugar. But if you live in the decadent South you can sprinkle away.

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  7. Despite the sunshine yesterday I was still on porridge.

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  8. Porridge should be illegal between May Day and the August Bank Holiday.

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