Weekday breakfasts are generally cereal and milk, steel cut oats with milk and a banana, sliced papaya and a few nuts and so on... Weekends are the only days when one has the leisure to prepare elaborate / traditional breakfasts and the time to enjoy it with one's favourite tea / coffee and the morning tabloids.
I have been trying to write regularly about my weekend breakfasts- except that for the last 3-4 weekends, I haven't kept up the routine due to a variety of reasons. Meeta of What's for lunch honey and Tony, our very own bachelor chef of curry mela fame, have encouraged me to start this as a fortnightly event-where all our fellow bloggers can tell us what they have been cooking over their weekend mornings.
The first time over, ie. now- I am keeping an open event-which means, no themes. Since this is my first trial at hosting- I shall take a go at it in its simplest form and then see how I can keep improvising.
All food bloggers are invited to participate in the Weekend Breakfast Blogging. I shall be posting round-ups on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month-so you can send me a link and photograph of your breakfast blog entry anytime inbetween on the mail id: saffrontrail AT gmail DOT com and I shall include it in the next update. Please link your post to this blog with the line "Weekend breakfast blogging".
So that's simple, not too many conditions.
- Your entry should be servable at breakfast.
- Recipes that a reflection of your culture (not compulsary) will be most appreciated.
- A brief write up about the origin / a tale associated with the recipe / when you first tasted it will make an interesting prelude.
- Just in case I am unable to include it in one round-up, it shall most definitely be included in the next one.
So friends, I shall be expecting your first set of entries by 10th July or so so that I can post the first WBB round up by the 15th of July.
Hope to see you all with your family's favourite breakfast item on the table. Cheers!