A Rhetorical Question

Is there anything in this world that makes a better breakfast on a chilly spring morning than fingerling potatoes sautéed with home-cured guanciale, wilted fresh-picked garlic mustard, ramp pesto-crepinette gravy reheated with lamb pho to thin it back to liquid, and a couple of fresh local eggs on top, baked until set, and garnished with parsley from the garden?

6 comments to A Rhetorical Question

  • Zoomie

    Apparently, rhetorical questions don’t require answers.

  • Heather

    My answer was implied.

  • The Short (dis)Order Cook

    Ummm…possibly? Who but you can say? I’m just dizzy from reading all of the ingredients. Where do you get all of those ingredients and the time to put them together for BREAKFAST? I consider myself a morning person and I’m blow away!

  • peter

    Zoomie: Apparently not, and yet here I am.

    Blanche: Did you use impliers?

    Rachel: …is the correct answer!

    SdOC: Well, over here we’re all about the high-end leftovers, and their creative reuse.

  • cook eat FRET

    i have serious
    but serious
    breakfast envy

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