- May 22, 2008
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We have just stopped serving toast with the cheesy potato pie (now dubbed the southwest potato strata). I figure the potatoes are enough carbs. I've been putting a little green salad (farmer's market greens, my friend's cuke and tomato) on the side with a few drops of pomegrante vinaigrette. I still serve toast with omelets, though. We have sourdough bread and a cheddar bread in the freezer from our local famous-for-its-donuts bakery.A fair amount comes back. Odd, because I do ask if they'd like jam to go with the toast! That's when to mention they don't want the toast, but most say, 'Oh, yes!' or, 'No thanks, butter is enough for me,' and then the toast comes back. Whole wheat always, we don't mess around with different kinds of toast. And if anyone asks about toast it's always to make sure it is whole wheat.I just don't care for toast as a rule, unless eating over easy eggs....to sop up the yolk. Or....if there is some absolutely fantastic homemade local preserves or jam that's offered. Otherwise, I'd rather save the carbs for something else. ;-) Like gelato.... hee hee....See, I would be the one that would say, "Please hold the toast!" haha.....We serve toast every other day with the eggs. But we don't ever have muffins or bagels. Unless it's a group and we have the buffet set up."I will just have toast" doesn't fly here either. We don't have JUST TOAST. We never have toast. You want a warmed tortilla or a bagel? HUH BUD DO YA!?.
.I don't even ask about the toast anymore. Once we get the whole 'allergy/ meat restrictions' query in place, I won't ask about meat in the morning, either. If you didn't tell me when you booked, tough toenails.Samster said:See, I would be the one that would say, "Please hold the toast!" haha.....
Maybe next year we'll just do a menu. Gomez is getting really good at hash slinging, so it might work out.