Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Sunday Morning Breakfast at St. George's Channel

The folks of the South Mountain Arm of Gold Community Association over at St. George's Channel certainly know how to sponsor an event.  After our great experience there at the Strawberry Festival the other week, we were looking forward to the Community Breakfast on Sunday.  And we were not disappointed.
Line out the door a few minutes after 9:00.
When we arrived, the line was already out the door, but the line moved quickly.  I don't think I've ever seen a kitchen organized so efficiently, and it's a small kitchen.  Each person seemed to know exactly what he or she was doing.  The cooks seemed to be mostly men while the women kept the tables set, washed dishes and in general seemed to be supervising and keeping things moving.
Scrambled or fried eggs was a choice.
After getting one's plate, there was a choice of eggs---scrambled, fried or in an omelet.  To the eggs one could have one or more of the following added:  pancakes, sausage, hashed brown potatoes, baked beans, and toast whole wheat or plain.  I had everything except pancakes,
Omelets  with all the trimmings.
There was a table of fresh fruit if you had room on your plate to add a serving.  Small glasses of orange juice, cold water and tea or coffee rounded at the meal.
Fresh fruit beautifully displayed.

Orange juice and cold water.

My plate.  There's an omelet hiding under the toast.
It's always nice to see friends at these events.  As we were leaving on Sunday,  friends Angela and Yvonne Eggenberger were just coming in.
Dan with Angela (left) and her Mom, Yvonne.
After enjoying the delicious breakfast, I can see why the line forms early.  The Breakfasts are held every third Sunday from 9:00 to 12:00, and Dan and I will be there for the next one in August.  YUM!

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