Christmas Day was cinnamon rolls for breakfast with coffee and orange juice. Usually Christene or I would make a loaf of banana bread, apple bread or something similar to have a simple breakfast since who really gives a fiddler's fart about eating when there are presents to open and games to play?
I got a decent cache of gifts: Kindle 3, Green Lantern tshirt, Jonah Hex on BD/DVD/Digital, two CDs from The Tragically Hip ("Road Apples" and "Yer Favourites")(if you don't know this band, you should, they are awesome), a cooling/baking rack that's half-sheet sized, replacements for my wooden spoons made of composite materials (so they won't degrade), chocolate cherry cordials and white chocolate, and a lot more!
For dinner I made black forest ham, apples and gruyere paninis on country white. I fried the apples in some butter with fresh thyme until they were soft. Then I layed the apples, ham and cheese on slices of bread and slathered them in whole grain mustard. Then they were pressed until the cheese melted. Absolutely delicious!
Sunday I woke up and the place is completely covered in snow! At least four inches have fallen so far and doesn't seem to be letting up. For breakfast, I made a simple country meal: bacon (cooked on the new rack), eggs, fried potatoes and biscuits.
So, who wants to come over for breakfast?