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Saturday, October 19, 2013

an eggs benedict kind of morning

Woke up this morning to a cool and rainy day, so I nabbed sister and drug her out to breakfast.


We have been talking about going around the corner to Josie's on 68 for breakfast, and this seemed like the perfect day.

Loved the decorations on the porch.


I am really fascinated by all of the new pumpkins and gourds.


It was really gray out, so hard to get a clear photo.

But. in all honesty we were there for one reason and one reason only. We had been told about the eggs benedict and cheese grits casserole.


 Not one of my prouder moments. Not only did I order it, but I ate every bite.  It was worth every last calorie. (I feel sure there couldn't have been more than 10 in the whole dish)

So, I will be waddling through the rest of my day and am now calling myself I'm So Stuffed.



 

43 comments:

  1. That looks fab!! Worth every calorie too.

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  2. What a wonderful way to start your day, and the restaurant looks charming! You are so lucky to have a sister to do fun things (like an impromptu breakfast outing) with!!!

    xo,
    RJ

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    1. It is wonderful having my sister to do things with and fortunately we like to do a lot of the same things.

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  3. For us it was a pizza kind of day...I am stuffed and will be waddling too..

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  4. Yum - I love good eggs benedict and going out for breakfast :-)

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    1. One of my favorite things to do. Right up ther with going out to lunch, and going out......

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  5. Gosh that looks so good. A nice treat is worth it every once in a while!

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  6. That looks absolutely delicious...I would've eaten every bite, too! You gotta indulge once in awhile.

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    1. Absolutely, and I was so full I didn't eat for the rest of the day.

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  7. Beautiful place!! Love fall decorations! Now, my Tom would love those eggs benedict. Me? Not so much..smile So glad you enjoyed it!

    Blessings,
    Gert

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    1. It's a wonderful old house that they have converted. I'll have to share some inside shots sometime. Hmmmm I guess that means another meal there.

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  8. i love it when what folks' say is 'the best' really is. :) yum!

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  9. What a cute place to have breakfast. The food looks so yummy glad you let yourself enjoy. Have a great Sunday.
    Kris

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  10. Happy Sunday, Laura . . . not only a charming place but I think I gained ten pounds just looking at your breakfast . . . my mouth is watering!

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    1. I didn't eat anymore for the rest of the day, Lynn. My scales are screaming at me.

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  11. beautiful place and wow what a yummy breakfast, I have never had grits, we don't have them here in Canada,

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    1. When I lived in Canada, we used to bring them up from the states so that we would heve plenty.

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  12. Laura, What a darling breakfast spot! I absolutely adore eggs benedict and this looks delicious. The front porch decor is perfect:) Happy Sunday! xxleslie

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  13. Hmmm You are Making Me Hungry! :) And what a beautiful place!

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    1. I love that they have taken this old house and turned it into a great place to eat.

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  14. We had that for breakfast too, only my hubby made it....minus the grits! Looks like a great place!

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  15. Oh my, all I can say is that I am glad I'm seeing this after dinner, not before, because what I had planned would be out the window, and replace with this. That looks wonderful.

    Jen

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    1. Not something I do very often, Jen, but it was definitely delicious.

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  16. I was so excited and ready to get directions to this wonderful place, and then realized it is a bit too far for me to drive!! lol!! Looks delicious, enjoy, feel NO guilt!!! Tomorrow is another day. ;-) xo

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  17. The decorations on the porch is beautiful and the food looks so yummy!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  18. You little enabler, you . . . I did end up making eggs benedict and cheese grits for Sunday brunch . . . waddle, waddle.

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    1. I don't want to go into the land of waddle alone :)

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  19. Looks like a great place to eat. I love egg Benedict (a little too much) I'm a waddler and need to get more exercise into my life.

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