11 April 2016 / 12 Comments
Breakfast in bed
It would be rather cheeky to call this a recipe.A croissant with a few salad leaves,a handful of chestnut mushrooms sautéed with a small knob of butter,some garlic,a pinch of thyme and a fried egg.No extraordinary ingredients,no innovative methods of preparation…Naaaah!It’s not a real recipe,is it?But trust me it tastes freaking amazing!
So let’s say it’s something different…Let’s say…it’s not a recipe but….an inspiration.An INSPIRATION to learn to relax,cook something simple,because simplicity can be amazing too and to have breakfast in bed from time to time!We live in such a mad world,why not slow down and spoil ourselves sometimes?
I’m an inspiration hunter.My whole life is based on the inspirations I take from what surrounds me,what I see,what I hear and what I taste.I look around,have my eyes wide open and pay attention,because you never know when it’s going to hit you.But when it does,you’ll know straight away!Your heart will beat like crazy.And the best thing is that the same thing or situation can inspire everyone differently.
Ever since I remember, I’ve had a problem to stick to the recipes.Not being disrespectful to chefs and recipe authors,I’ll be forever grateful to them for inspiring me so immensely,but we are all different,and we all like different things, and we all have different experience….and we not always have all the needed ingredients to hand,do we? 🙂
So,I let these recipes to inspire me.I twist them.Let them run trough me.I experiment and improvise a lot.Sometime it works, sometimes it doesn’t.But I always learn something,and that’s to me more important than ‘playing safe’.
Cooking is one of the most awesome things on the planet(just after taking pictures!).It can be so much fun(if we let it be) and it shouldn’t be taken too seriously.And most importantly,it should suit ‘YOUR’ taste buds.So please,take my ideas,my recipes and my photography too, go and do some great things with them,something ‘yours’ and don’t forget to SHARE it with the world.
Because that’s the thing about inspiration…you take it,shape it into something yours and give it back so others(and me!) can draw inspiration from it.It’s like a circle.Isn’t it great?! 😉
Inspiration for a breakfast in bed.
Cup of tea
salad leaves,rocket salad and baby beetroot leaves
handful of chestnut mushrooms
small knob of butter
few pinches of fresh thyme
two eggs with the brightest yolk in town 🙂
To do: Preheat the oven to 180C.Melt butter in a pan,add mushrooms and thyme,sautee for few minutes. Cut croissant into two halves and place in the oven for couple of minutes to warm up.
Fry the eggs sunny side up on a little oil.Assemble by placing salad leaves on a warmed croissant halves,top with mushroom and eggs.SLOW DOWN,RELAX AND ENJOY x
This is great, the photos look so wonderful.
I never have breakfast in bed, I worry about all the crumbs! I think I need to relax more!
Thanks Angela!Try it once!I promise,you’ll love it 😉
i agree with angela, the photos look so wonderful.
according to my opinion, we have to be careful if we bring or eat some food in bed. because if some pieces of food drop to the bed, that things will make our bed become dirty and will cause some ants come to our room.
Thank you!Bringing food on tray always works to keep the bed clean 😉
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Thank you so much xxx
This looks and sounds lovely. I was wondering, what type of eggs are those, they are such a beautiful shade of golden yellow. Eggs from the grocery here in USA aren’t so pretty or large, I think. My husband says duck eggs maybe, he grew up on a small family farm and says duck eggs are rich and decadent. I’m thinking trying duck eggs would be a good excuse to have breakfast in bed sometime soon. Thank You for the inspiration.
Thank you so much!These eggs are from hens called Old Cotswold Legbars and they have a very deep orange colour. Duck eggs are great too!!!
these are some of my favourite photos ever xxx
Awww!Thank you so much Aimee!It means a lot x
Τhis is gorgeous, Bea! Love the photos! Thank you for sharing xx
Thank you so so soooo much!