Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving holiday with friends, family, and fun :)
Ours involved a lot of driving to make sure we covered all families. This was also a great time to introduce Bromley to the rest of the family!
After Sunday’s pre-Thanksgiving, and two family gatherings on Thursday, when we finally got home on Thanksgiving night all I wanted was this:
The anti-turkey dinner: Pita, hummus, and spinach salad with olives and feta!
as much as I love stuffing, I am always ready for Thanksgiving dinner to be OVER.
Now I grew up in the ‘burbs, the burbs right outside the city, in fact my hometown is so big it probably should be a city. So having your own chickens is not something I saw too often.
Which is why I find it sort of awesome and hilarious at the same time! He just lets them out of the coop and they roam around…and get chased by Daisy, the boxer :) This picture is awesome!
Don’t worry, Daisy just likes to play, there were no chickens harmed :)
Well the best part is this:
A dozen FRESH FRESH eggs!! I mean straight out of the chicken fresh, there was one that was just laid and still warm!!
I egg + cheese on toast, with another half slice of toast with PB + J. I am a big fan of salty and sweet in the same meal.
Eggs, Egg Nog…eggy French Toast with Egg Nog?? YES!
I love having a carton of Egg Nog in the fridge this time of year. It’s delicious, creamy, and Christmassy. However, it’s VERY filling…I compare it to melted ice cream (in taste and nutritional info). So a little here and there is all I need.
It’s especially amazing splashed into French Toast batter
and added to your milk before foaming…
subtle, sweet, and delicious.
Try it in your coffee!!
Any other fun uses for Egg Nog??