Saturday, December 3, 2011

Greek Breakfast

It's a beautiful Saturday morning in Nashville.  Thanks to construction across the street, I'm up unusually early - the sound of saws, hammers, and workers screaming at each other just isn't very conducive to sleeping in - oh well.

Last night was a relaxed evening anyways.  I finally got around to seeing Woody Allen's new film, Midnight in Paris - it was underwhelming.  

So I decided to pick things up this morning with a great breakfast.  After strolling down to the Nashville Farmers market, I scored some fresh tomatoes, greek oregano, farm fresh eggs, local feta, and some pork sausage to round out the rest of my Greek inspired meal.  

After brewing a cup of Don Francisco's hazelnut coffee - I went to work.

Slicing the tomatoes - lightly seasoned with kosher salt, fresh cracked pepper, and a drizzle of olive oil - all topped off with some fresh oregano leaves.

After that, I simply seared the sausage in my cast iron pan, scrambled up some eggs - topped with feta - and there you have it - breakfast is served.

Time to hit the gym - and get started on the next course.  Hmm - what to make today to help cheer on the Dawgs vs LSU.  Time will tell.



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