A staple of my high protein/low carb diet have been omelets. Luckily I am fairly capable of frying up a serviceable 3 egg omelet with any combination of ingredients.
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Today is a very sad day as Kayla is leaving us to pursue other ventures. My breakfasts shall never be the same. In honor of her culinary artistry I am posting a compilation of breakfast creations she has made for me this past year.
Be well Kayla, you will be missed.
Always striving to better her best creations, Kayla has created something beyond comparison. Beyond description. Something so awe inspiring it can only be called one thing.
4 meats, 3 cheeses, scrambled egg, hash browns and chipotle sauce all on whole grain grilled wheat bread. Arby’s “Meat Mountain” can not even compare to this deliciously created collection of calories. She grilled the ham with the Swiss cheese, and the Turkey with the Provolone. The American cheese melted to the scrambled eggs and bacon completing 3 levels of brilliant flavor combinations only to have the sausage, hash browns and chipotle sauce added in for that little something special.
Kayla with a “K” totally out did herself this morning, and because of it I shall never look at pancakes the same. Bacon Pancakes. Yes, that’s right. She made Bacon Pancakes.
Take pancakes, add bacon while cooking, drizzle with maple syrup, and launch yourself into the most blissful breakfast experience known to man.
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If there is one thing you can always count on, it’s Kayla’s culinary creativity. Having already perfected the Breakfast Burrito and created a Desert Breakfast, she moved on to something new. What she calls “Breakfast Nachos”, which are far more of a brunch for two. They would make a perfect match to a quiet Sunday and a pitcher of Bloody Mary. So much so in fact I could almost taste the Bloody Mary while I devoured them. Complete with bacon, sausage, egg, cheese, and a hash brown garnish served over fried tortilla chips, there is enough food here to summon a food coma from the perkiest of patrons. The combination of Chipotle sauce and hot sauce liven it all up nicely and increase the suggestion that a Bloody Mary should be included.
Now I just wonder how she does with a Bloody Mary…….