Wednesday, December 30, 2015

A Pancake Breakfast

The Blog Tech and his fiance have been terribly busy.  They have so much planning to do and between the move and the holidays, they have constantly been on the go.  Yesterday I thought I would make them a nice breakfast before they started another busy day.
 I made buttermilk pancakes on the griddle.

 I served it on this large raven platter.  I love these dishes and have a whole set of them made by a local potter.

 I added locally raised and smoked bacon from our favorite smokehouse and locally made organic sage sausage.  I am thrilled to be able to have such wonderful food produced on farms within a 30 minute drive from home.  It seems each year more and more of these farms are selling what they grow and raise.

14 comments:

laurie said...

now thats a breakfast to remember,,

thecottagebythecranelakethree said...

That would have been wonderful to have as lunch today :-)

Have a great day!

Christer.

Mary Ann said...

The breakfast looks fabulous... I have been fixing Keith a warm one daily now since it has gotten colder, I think it starts his day better.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Joyce, you are so fortunate to have farms that close to shop from. I cannot wait to try your meatballs..and now that salad. This weekend I'm going to do the meatballs and spaghetti. AND the salad. Amaze and astound my daughter in law...I hope. :)
What a nice thing to fix them breakfast. I hope your cooler weather is holding out. So far, our is. We need more rain though. Sounds as though though other parts of the country are getting our rain! And then some!!
I've had more requests for your Chili...and I'm not surprised! It was wonderful!

greekwitch said...

Can I live with you? I almost smelled this plate all the way from there!

Susan said...

Love those plates! I believe that breakfast should keep them fueled until the weekend!

Guillaume said...

Oh I LOVE a good hearty breakfast! And I WANT those raven plates!

Fiona said...

Ohhhh yummy, Ralph loves pancakes so I cannot let him see this post! But when e gets home I will make him pancakes.....they are a wonderful comfort food!

Barb said...

They are very lucky!!Yum!

Magic Love Crow said...

I have came over from Laurie's blog and I see many of my other friends follow you too. So happy I am here! Your food has made me very hungry! LOL! I love the Raven dishes! I want them! LOL! Nice to meet you!

Nellie said...

Let me know the next time you do this breakfast, and I will be there!:-) Yes, you are fortunate to have such wholesome foods available near you! Happy New Year!

Dog Trot Farm said...

I feel buying local is the way to go...this meal will keep one fueled for the entire day...Happy New Year to you...

Jim said...

YUMMY! Nothing better than locally made everything!! The difference is astounding.

chickpea678 said...

Yum! Nice to be taken care of!