The Sunday Brunch 9/23
It's the week of All Hallow's eve
I know last week I went on and on about how much I loved this time of the year. But once again - I love this time of year! I remember as a kid being so excited to figure out what I was going to be for trick or treat and the church "HARVEST" party. One year my mom made an entire Optimus Prime costume out of cardboard boxes and paint. I was so happy to walk the neighbor asking for candy and shouting "Autobots, Roll Out!" into the night air. I see that same in excitement in my kids as they pick out their costumes and talk about the candy they are going to get from walking the neighborhood.
After a year and a half of craziness, neighborhoods are looking to get together for some halloween fun. Trick or treat, parties, decorating with pumpkins and spooky skeletons - just some real carefree moments for once. What a great time to just be friendly and hang out with your neighbors. Pass out some candy and say " hey, how's it going?" A true moment to rise above all the junk and division and just be human, have a good time and be neighborly. This is such an opportunity to be a real Hope Dealer. Let's get out there and have some fun.
Song of the week "there will be time" baaba maal
If you were to ask me (Mic) what is one of my favorite things Lindsay will make for breakfast or brunch I will tell you Egg in a Hole. It's simple, delicious and if you have never had it then stop what you are doing and make it right now. Here is a simple recipe to try it out:
1. With a biscuit cutter or the rim of a glass, press a hole in the center of the slice of bread.
2. Heat a skillet over medium-low heat and melt in the butter. When the butter is all spread out, place the slice of bread in the skillet and crack the egg straight into the center of the hole.
3. Cook until the egg sets a bit on the bottom, 30 to 45 seconds. Sprinkle the egg with salt and pepper. After about a minute, flip it over with a spatula and salt and pepper the other side.
4. Move the toast around in the skillet, soaking up all of the glorious butter. Let it cook until the yolk feels soft. Here's the key: golden brown toast, white (not browned/burned) whites, soft unbroken yolk. Perfect.
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