the original recipe on Bon Appetit's website. And frankly, it didn't really scream "breakfast" to me at all. Sure, it's got sausage, but I rarely make hot italian sausage to go with my eggs and toast.
It started making sense when I thought back to the breakfasts of my childhood. I used to eat rice for breakfast then, but instead of parmesan and sausage, those rice bowls were mixed with milk, a pat of butter, and sugar. I'll still recreate that breakfast from time to time - only now I use a bit less sugar and add in cinnamon and raisins. It's delicious... but what about when I crave something savory (which admittedly for me is most of the time).
Monday, September 5, 2011
Friday, September 2, 2011
It's been amazing seeing the communities rallying around the hardest hit areas and jumping to help neighbors. From the donations pouring in from lesser-affected Vermonters to community-wide efforts to clean up and begin recovery, it seems as though the whole state is banding together to move forward. I could assemble a list of all of the ways readers from Vermont and beyond can assist, but so many others have done a much more thorough job than I could do. So, check out: