I'll be over next Saturday AM -- with some scrapple!
This looks to be almost as good as the chow at the Waffle House. Almost.
Is that maple syrup from Vermont?
Mr. Buford,Keep the scrapple. -Some salty VIRGINIA country ham please!Homer,I knew that you'd appreciate.Ernest,We have an awesome vintage IHOP here in Raleigh. -Right out of the 60s!Cornelius,Of course it's from Vermont, I'm a batchelor, not a barbarian.
Retro food fixin's are very hip.
Mr. Train to BK,Yes, it is hip. It's so hip, in fact, that the grill is really a 'Ben Gibbard' signature grill that he invented while despondent over his separation from Zooey Deschanel.
So many things about this post make me sad: making and eating pancakes alone on a rainy day; having no scraps of breakfast meat on the side; and the habitual mispelling of the word "bachelor."The red salt & pepper shakers, vintage plate and coffee cup, however, are kick ass. Rock on, Mr. Trad, rock on.
Holden,Chin up, my good man! I Hope that I don't shatter your expectations for what life has in store for you. When you're an adult, life is not always like a Ralph Lauren ad and every guy must eventually make breakfast, do laundry and mow the lawn. What makes me sad are guys who puff themselves up to appear cooler than they are. -Naming themselves after iconic fictional characters, for instance. Signed, F. Scott
Excellent meal. Next weekend I will come by with the жена and дети for some блины. Also what is this HT Trader syrup? I am thinking that this brand is trying to benefit from Russian Trader brand.
Ease up, Mr. Trad, I [mistakenly, it would now seem] thought this was a forum in which boys could be boys. I did not mean to offend.And, despite selecting the name "Holden C." as my nom de plume, I assure you that I am grown man with my share of real-life responsibilities and I am decidedly not cool at all. Moreover, the reference to "having no scraps of breakfast meat" comes from Frank Norris' "McTeague," a genius piece of American Realism, and the polar-opposite of a Ralph Lauren ad. I still love the salt & pepper shakers and vintage plate & mug.
Russian Trader,I heard on the radio Saturday (WKNC 88.1 FM Raleigh) that Siberians eat the 'yellow snow' of reindeer for its intoxicating effects (really). Is that true?Mr. Caulfield,No harm. No foul. -Just tweaking you a wee bit. Your urbane sense of humor is appreciated here so please check in and comment whenever you'd like!
Russian Trader is not from Siberia, so I will bring vodka to breakfast at Trailer Trad house next week. Will Bucky and Jim Dandy be there? How about Pine Plains Weekender?
Also how much for White Tower coffee cup? And also will Mr. H. Caufield be there for breakfast? He is very famous.
Like Frank on "American Pickers," I will bundle the butter dish and the coffee cup.
I'll be there on Saturday for the pancake breakfast. Think I'll even have me a cappucino or two.
I was going to catch up on some "Duck Dynasty" and "Swamp Pawn" episodes, but some blueberry pancakes sound pretty good!
You gonna have any grits?
Vodka and blueberry pancakes! Count me in!
I'll be there and I'll be bringing my monkey.
To all of my breakfast guests,You are all welcome but someone had better step up and do the dishes.Dieter and his monkey,"Dance Sprockets, Dance"! -The reference to 'Dieter' wouldn't be a dig at my musical tastes, would it? If so, NO PANCAKES FOR YOU!
My monkey enjoyed the pancakes very much.
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