I have about 15-20 minutes to eat breakfast every morning, and when I walk into the kitchen I often have no idea what to eat. This is because I'm really sensitive to sugary things in the morning and the thought of eating cereal / toast with jam or pb or honey / pancakes / crumpets / pikelets / muffins / whatever makes me queasy.
So I really crave savoury things! But I don't know many savoury breakfast foods, and often I don't have enough time to make them e.g. bacon and eggs. And there are only so many times a week I can eat toast without wanting to cease existing. If you have any great recipes for savoury breakfast foods that can be prepared and eaten quickly, or that can be prepared the night before and then be thrown together quickly, I'd love to hear them!
Bonus points for hot foods.
Caveat: I don't like eggs just by themselves. [more inside]
posted by Quilford
on Jun 8, 2014 -
help me find new things to bake into bread. not just any bread, mind you, but stuffed/filled bread. [more inside]
posted by msconduct
on Mar 13, 2010 -
What are some of the most interesting and unusual menus/restaurants out there? I'm looking for links to websites that have menus available, and pictures that make me salivate are a bonus. [more inside]
posted by rachaelfaith
on Mar 10, 2010 -
So I bought some new and very cool looking amuse bouche spoons and glasses but except for one amuse that I made up (pomelo, tiger prawn, avocado and mint), I am somewhat stuck... So bring it on mefis, what are your favorite, memorable or just plainly wow-inducing amuse bouche concoctions?
posted by kitchencrush
on Jan 19, 2010 -
I love food, and I love fiction. I'd love to read more fiction with tremendous descriptions of food. Any recommendations? [more inside]
posted by PhoBWanKenobi
on Aug 24, 2009 -
I have a Snackster. It makes yummy sandwiches that look like this
. More yummy sandwiches are wanted. [more inside]
posted by iconomy
on Nov 12, 2007 -
Can you guys help me add some new staple recipes to my dinner repertoire? I have about 3 things that I cook, and I'm sick of 2 of them. I have a few ... issues ... with the kitchen that I'm trying to work around, which I've noted inside. [more inside]
posted by tastybrains
on May 11, 2007 -
So, went to a festival of nations (a neat place full of different country's foods) and had some sort of african "meat pocket". [more inside]
posted by jeribus
on May 8, 2006 -
Being a Canadian I know that the right way to eat perogies is fried, with sour cream, fried onions and bacon bits. I am, however, open to new ideas. I have tried perogies with salsa to good effect, and now I am wanting some other perogie-topper/cooking suggestions. How do you cook/top/eat these delicious morsels of joy?
posted by arcticwoman
on Mar 3, 2006 -