All kinds of things are going on at Saucy Salad HQ. We got moving preparations, an earthquake, a giant editing project and all kinds of blog posts in the can. If I believed in astrology or some other faith-based system (I do not), I would be indulging in all kinds of “theories.” Instead, I try to stay focused on the tasks at hand.

In order to cope with all this zaniness, a lady needs to keep up her energy. And what better way than breakfast? This one is not for the faint of heart (or so I’ve been told), but it’s something that’s stayed with me since I first concocted it one summer morning in 2000.

Most importantly, it keeps me from thinking about lunch until 1 p.m.

I used

  • 8 oz. Fage non-fat plain yogurt
  • One handful of parsley, chopped
  • One clove of garlic, minced
  • Salt, pepper

Stir, enjoy.

Stay tuned, friends.

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5 Responses to Breakfast

  1. Shan says:

    WHOA. This looks so delicious! I get tired of the old yogurt-for-breakfast business pretty quickly because I just don’t like yogurt’s sweeter companions (granola, fruit, etc.) as much as the savory ones. I am going to try this out. Fortunately, Joe is a pretty good sport when it comes to garlic breath.

  2. You have described my feelings exactly! I think dill is probably my favorite for this, but we didn’t have any. Also: garlic breath=the gift that gives all day long.

  3. Roya says:

    Add the hurricane to the list….

  4. Shan says:

    Sunday morning breakfast: I didn’t have any fresh herbs or garlic in the house, but I did have a container of Fage yogurt and one of Emerald Valley salsa, and let me tell you, the marriage of the two is a taste sensation. You have inspired me to eat whatever the heck I want on my yogurt. :)

  5. YES! Emerald Valley! When NYC stores started carrying that stuff, I think we almost died with happiness. It ruins all other grocery store salsa forever.

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