03 June 2009

Farm-fresh breakfast.



this morning:
2 fresh eggs fried in coconut oil ~ the yolks are bright orange and lovely
1/2 organic avocado with sea salt & black pepper
organic cantaloupe slices
black Russian bread slathered in butter and local honey from Anderson Apiary in Kemp, TX
steaming hot Enfusia with coconut milk and vanilla creme stevia

I realized this morning that this was an entire farm-fresh breakfast - all of it coming from The Movement Dallas organic co-op, and much of it locally grown or made. The bread was made by Debbie at Full Quiver Farms, and the eggs were gathered just a few days ago from her free-roaming chickens.

Thank goodness the days of Egg Beaters and Kraft singles for breakfast are loooong gone. If only my 2003 self knew what I know now!

9 comments:

Amy Claire said...

BREAD!? EXCUSE ME!? BREAD?
How I miss my mornings at the Bailey B&B. Life simply isn't as much fun without y'all.

Tara said...

Your breakfast looked amazing! I so badly want to catch a flight to Dallas so I can try it myself!

jenni said...

That breakfast is to die for! By the way, I thought of you when we made almond flour pancakes & bacon for Robyn. You're next, my friend. Please come to H-town.

maryh said...

wow. that looks like it belongs in a magazine. by the way, yes - we are looking forward to making dinner at your house later this month - esp. after seeing that.

Shane Stephens said...

Christine,

I saw your post of Slow Food Dallas and wanted to say thank you for the post. I just had a few questions about your vendors at Movement.

The breakfast does look very tempting!

Shawna said...

yum! LOVE me some coconut oil! delish!

kierstin said...

that looks amazing. and i love your tablecloth too!
kraft singles i can figure out but do tell about Egg Beaters. i pretty much only eat regular eggs anyway, but am still curious...

Robyn Jones Clark said...

never heard of that kind of bread what kind of flour is it made of ?

Rebekka said...

Beautiful...I LOVE your blog!