Tag Archives: breakfast

The Mom Please – Pork Roll, Egg + Bagel Grilled Cheese

pork roll bagel grilled cheese

You wanna know a really good tip for instantly feeling better about yourself? Buy a leather jacket. I’m not even kidding. It truly works. This whole self-improvement thing came to me a few months ago when I was in Berlin. I keep seeing all these badass German babes (mainly my friend Vik that I wrote about a few months ago here) rocking leather jackets and I was like damn, there’s something SO COOL about these ladies. No matter what outfit they had on underneath, their leather jacket just gave this effortless sense of style that I was totes envious of. So you know what I did? Took my ass to Zara and bought the coolest one I could find. Continue reading

A Shitty (yet delicious!) Bodega-Style Bacon, Egg + Cheese Sandwich

Bodega Style Bacon, Egg and CheeseIf you’ve lived in or have ever visited New York City, you’re probably well aware of the plethora of bodegas that stud our streets. And sure, they may provide us with slightly chilled bottles of water on a hot as heck summer day, “aged” chocolate bars that have bloomed (yes, I didn’t know this was a real thing until I moved up here), and of course – BODEGA CATS! Continue reading

The Everything-Everything Bagel

open-faced bagel sandwichThis open-faced breakfast sandwich was originally created to cure a nasty hangover while camping in upstate New York… but that really has nothing to do with anything because this recipe is totally doable anywhere in the world – but only if they sell (or you can make) bagels of course! Half of an everything bagel is smeared with cream cheese and topped with tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions, scallions, salt and freshly cracked pepper. It’s a great way to start the day and because it’s open-faced it will help prevent you from starting your day by inhaling a bunch of carbs in the morning. And if you don’t have a campfire, just toss your bagel half in the toaster and let it crisp up in there. It doesn’t matter as long as you get a nice texture on the outside of the bread. Continue reading