Sunday, February 27, 2011

A Few Breakfasts From Leftovers

When Bev returned from Gatlinburg, she had a BBQ’d chicken breast that needed to be used, so she made me a breakfast offer.

An omelet made with the diced chicken, spinach, pimentos, onions, black olives and topped with smoked Gouda and green onions.

After the semi-disaster with the smoked Pork Wellington, Bev saved a piece of the pastry and a small slice of pork. The pastry got heated in the toaster oven to re-crisp and the pork went into a scramble with sautéed green onions and two beaten eggs.

I know I'm pretty predictable when it comes to breakfasts and I just stuck with my pattern for the leftover salmon cakes.  I had a little problem with one of the eggs.

I thought all three meals were very good, even though I would have omitted the Raspberry Chipotle Sauce from the second one if I could – don’t think sweet and eggs work for me.

Each meal gave me a good start to the busy day ahead.

Thanks for visiting Almost Heaven South and I love your comments.



  1. I know I've said it before, but you are the master of leftovers!

  2. I agree with Pam, You and Bev are the leftover gurus. I wake up hungry, but now I'm starving! :-)

  3. I need to head downstairs and see what leftovers I can scrounge up for breakfast. Yours looks great.

  4. Another great example of what you can whip up with a few ingredients from the night before- As always, awesome.

    I am thinking that breakfast is also your favorite meal :-)

    Hope you are enjoying your weekend.


  5. Breakfast and breakfast foods anytime are definitely my favorite.

  6. More great leftover breakfast meals ---for your new book, Larry...... Right????? ha

    Have a great day.

  7. Hi,

    You have provided some delicious breakfast diets that can be prepared from the left over food materials. I am really grateful to you for providing this helpful information.


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