by Ruth Categories: PhotographyTags: blueberries, breakfast, cereal, food, milk, photography, postaday 6 Comments
A Startling Find at Breakfast
Not sure how these ants found their way to the bottom of the cream honey jar but here they are. What a shock to find them, encased in the crystallized honey. I can’t tell you how long it’s been since I reached for this toast topping. It was a jolt!
I think I’ll stick with jam.
My sister suggested looking up chocolate covered ants and yes, you can buy them to be shipped to your home.
Doesn’t one catch more flies with honey?
How do you like your eggs?
If you’ve a dream to own a modular stainless steel Diner they are still being manufactured by Diner-Mite in the USA- but they’ll deliver internationally! According to their website in 2003 they “Re-Introduced the Happy Days Diners line of Low-Cost Diners. Learn more at www.DinerConcepts.com”
Providence, Rhode Island claims the first lunch wagon (1972)according to a Smithsonian Magazine article A Life Devoted to the American Diner. About Richard Gutman –an American Diner Expert “Johnson & Wales University’s Culinary Arts Museum in Providence, where Gutman has been the director and curator since 2005”
“The first stationary lunch car, circa 1913, was made by Jerry O’Mahony, founder of one of the first of a dozen factories in New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts that manufactured and shipped all the diners in the United States” Smithsonian Magazine
Other Diners I’ve posted
I posted an endangered diner in New Jersey in 2012
How do you feel about oatmeal?
Cold Butter on Hot Buckwheat
Sunday Pancakes. Buckwheat. Hearty or Hardy?
Oatmeal. Yes or no?
Breakfast Thursday. I cooked this oatmeal on the stovetop for five minutes. . Do you like to eat oatmeal?
Apple Crisp for Breakfast
This one had some cranberries in it. So autumny and delicious.
Raspberries for Breakfast
I love raspberries.