Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Breakfast of Champions


• White grits from The Old Mill of Guilford
• Pepper bacon from Gartner's Country Meats
• Two eggs, laid and gathered two days before
• Bollinger 1975 R.D. in magnum, disgorged 20 September 1984

13 comments:

Samantha Dugan said...

I think I love you....

spume said...

I did a search for "porn" + "eggs" + "champagne" and got this.

Kidding. Kinda.

Awesome.

- w

Peter Liem said...

Lest I be given too much credit for this, let me say that breakfast in its entirety was due to the efforts and generosity of my friends Jason and Pete. I only took the photo, and then proceeded to greedily devour the contents of both plate and glass.

Anonymous said...

Were you out of the 1966?
MR

Samantha Dugan said...

I think I love Jason and Pete then..

degan said...

oh swoon, that looks delicious. what do I need to get breakfast in bed delivered?

Jeffrey Porter said...

Yall are my heroes! God bless gluttony and all who partake!

Henri Vasnier said...

Sue and I were married in 1975 and we suppose our invitation to this particular breakfast must have been lost in the mail :)

Laboratory Chief said...

Peter,
Perhaps you consider writing breakfast reviews on a regular basis. This one has certainly sparked a fair level of interest! And hunger pangs.

cheers, J David

Charlie Woods said...

Such beauty exists on this earth! It's a little overwhelming at times.

Sharon said...

Oh, I assumed that since there were only two eggs, you were drinking the magnum all on your own....

the vlm said...

Looks almost exactly like my Sunday breakfast, except the bacon was from Rue Cler, the eggs were from Cambell's mama and my Guilford grits were the yellow kind.

I didn't get the Bolli, though.

the vlm said...

Oh, and my grits had LOTS of butter (Maple View Farms).