Breakfast Club: Because breakfast should be more interesting than tea & toast or coffee & cereal.
This month it’s my turn to host Breakfast Club.
Each month one of us will choose a theme and then post the round up on the last Sunday of the month.
Last month Helen hosted and the theme was Asian. You can read her round-up of entries here.
I think some people found Asian a challenge, but Breakfast Club is all about challenging yourself. So bear that in mind when I mention this month’s theme:
Eggs have long been a breakfast staple in many parts of the world. There are so many different ways to prepare them. For this month then I would like you to try something different from what you would normally do with eggs. Entries don’t necessarily have to be “out there” – I would be quite amused to receive a dozen conflicting posts on the correct way to make perfectly scrambled eggs – but do try to pick something that challenges YOU.
For those who don’t eat eggs, you can substitute if you like. For example, do a tofu scramble instead of scrambled eggs.
Because this month ends on a Saturday, I’ve decided to make the deadline Sunday 1 August, 6pm. We look forward to reading your ideas.
Make breakfast inspired by the month’s theme, write about it (please include a link in your post to both hosts’ announcement – Helen’s post is here)
Mail the host for the month, this time it is Sarah, with a link to your post, name of your blog and a photo (or link to your photo) by 6pm (UK time) on the last Sunday of the month.
If you do not have a blog send a recipe and photo to the month’s host who will include it in the round up.
Tell everyone – let’s inspire each other to make more interesting breakfasts!