6 Breakfast of Champions

>> Saturday, February 27, 2010

Riddle me this. What breakfast food can you have without milk? The answer, my friends, is none. At least not in my small little world. Oatmeal? Not gonna happen. Cereal? Don’t think so.

With a massive void in our kitchen where a refrigerator should be but is not currently, breakfast pickings around these parts are slim.

As a gal who doesn’t ever skip breakfast, this was a big deal. Since we’ve taken up our new residence, Starbuck’s oatmeal and Community Bakery bagels have been holding me over until lunch. But yesterday morning, I was tired of outsourcing my first meal of each day. All I wanted was to enjoy a nice home cooked breakfast like any other gal: in my robe with zero makeup.


Enter the Ramen. Yes. You know where this is going…


My first “home cooked” meal in the new casa was a big bowl of Ramen noodles…for breakfast.


I loved every slurpy second of it.



Jessica Letzig,  February 27, 2010 at 8:12 AM  

Hahaha! Is that a can of Kilz next to the stove???

Ginny,  February 27, 2010 at 12:17 PM  

LOL! Nothing like waking up to Ramen and kilz!

Lee,  February 27, 2010 at 2:53 PM  

I like ramen any time of the day! Never had them for breakfast. Maybe I should!

Rambles with Reese February 28, 2010 at 2:44 AM  

Hey Cara,

I've been racking my brain and I remembered that you can eat rice crackers with jam on top. So, no refrigerator needed! They're more delicious with philadelphia cream cheese on top first and then any other type of jam on top of it, but if you lack a refrigerator then, it'll do.

p.s. I love instant noodles too! I used to live on them when living at University. If you like spicy instant noodles. You should definitely try the ones made and imported from Korea. They are the best!

Let me know how it goes!

p.s. love the new photos by the blog title!

Live the Home Life February 28, 2010 at 10:37 AM  

Thanks, Reese! I'll have to give the Korean noodles a try.

The photos included in our blog header were taken of two homes that Eric & I have listed right now. We used a professional photographer (I wish I could take credit) and he did a fantastic job!


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