We've been gone for a while
Breakfast eaten in hotels, on Cape Cod, and with friends Cass and Howard
It's nice to be back at Linderhof
Eaten, of course, in the breakfast room
A simple weekday breakfast of eggs and toast and coffee
Served on blue and white transfer ware, toast in a silver-plate "toast cooler" (as Husband Jim has nicknamed the toast holders) and French press coffee -- a mug for Husband Jim and a cup and saucer for me.
The lacy tablecloth was an Estate Sale find on Cape Cod -- a $1 find!
Napkins in silver rings -- always!
It was a nice way to start our first day back home.
I put my tutti fruiti sauce in quart jars to store in the fridge.
Grandmother would store hers in the crock in which she made it in the cellar --
but her cellar was colder than ours.
I prefer to store mine in jars in the fridge.
It's ready to use -- it makes plain vanilla ice cream and
a simple pound cake into a spectacular dessert!
It's Thursday and I'm joining Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday
Jars don't break in the freezer?
Your simple breakfast makes me long for a similar one.... I've been missing morning breakfast since following a Fast-5 "lifestyle/diet". (I eat during a 5 hour "window" from 1:30 -6:30 p.m.) No reason I couldn't have eggs and toast...just haven't for awhile...
Oops -- it should have read fridge! I store them in the fridge -- Grandmother stored hers in her cellar -- much cooler than the cellar at Linderhof!
Oh it all looks so pretty! I would love to sit with you and linger over coffee. I think that's the best part of breakfast. Welcome home!
Blessings My Friends,
Mmm eggs .. my favorite breakfast food. Daughter Anne did a cheddar omelet and cut up early Jersey Macoun apple for my breakfast today -- pure deliciousness.
I keep my grape jam in the fridge in our dungeon... oops, cellar. It lasts pretty much forever that way. I totally forgot to give you a jar when you were here!
DRAT -- I would have loved to have some of your jam! We don't grow many Macouns here.
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