Vortex Breakfast!

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Today’s “Vortex” Breakfast was indeed a spur of the moment urge to record the sunrise on this day January 29, 2019…a fridge morning in the low 40s that prompted me to warm myself with a hot plate of fresh scrambled eggs with chives from my garden along with sauteed fresh mushrooms and tomatoes.

I named my breakfast “Vortex” for the sub-zero weather most folks were encountering up in the Northeast. An extremely unusual Arctic blast was plummeting temperatures into sub-30s and 40s in some places. Having lived in that region for a great deal of my life, I knew what temperatures like that could feel like. And here I am in SW Florida complaining about temperatures in the low 40s. Your blood thins as they say down here. In any event, watch this video I recorded earlier this morning and see how I prepared my “Vortex” breakfast!

So, I pulled out my 12′ Calphalon non-stick pan and went to work!

https://youtu.be/wAmFO7-tBzM

I named my breakfast "Vortex" for the sub-zero weather most folks were encountering up in the Northeast.
Fridge Sunrise: January 29, 2019. Temperature is in the low 40s in SW Florida. Looking out over the golf course pond adjacent to my home.
I scrambled 4 brown free-range eggs with fresh chopped chives from my garden.
Poured the eggs into my non-stick Calphalon 12″ pan.
Cooking my eggs.
Sliding the eggs onto my plate.
Rob Kircher's "Vortex" breakfast!
Adding my sauteed fresh mushrooms and tomatoes.
Pouring my 2nd cup of coffee. Ready to eat!
 

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