Egg in a Gorgeous Bell Pepper Hole and Cold Brewed Coffee

Please accept this very simple post that I have prepared while I am away on vacation. Simple it is but delicious.

This happens to be my 700th post! A momentous occasion! I can’t wrap my mind around that concept, 700?

When I had my friend over for brunch last weekend, I served her homemade Brown Sugar Bacon Waffles. But I had to serve a little something more on the side to complete the brunch experience. By pure chance I came across a picture on Facebook of eggs cooked in the ring of a bell pepper. Brilliant!

No recipe here, just cut a ring from a bell pepper, what ever color you like. rush your pan with olive oil and heat. Place the ring in the pan and break an egg in the ring while holding the bell pepper down briefly. Add anything you want: I added a sliced tomato and a small portion of kimchi, plus a dash of salt and pepper. The trick here is to cook on a med-low heat. I call them Egg in a Gorgeous Bell Pepper Hole.

Beautiful berries to go with the brunch

Since it is so freaking hot right now I was not going to serve hot coffee. I love cold brewed iced coffee actually but I have struggled to find the right recipe for it. Well I finally found one the works, recently posted by Faith and An Edible Mosaic. I think the secret is leaving it on the counter overnight and not in the fridge. Sublime cold coffee, you have to try it.

 

10 comments to Egg in a Gorgeous Bell Pepper Hole and Cold Brewed Coffee

  • This would be lovely and cute for breakfast! The cold brewed coffee looks good!
  • henry
    Dear Cheapethniceatz, Thanks you for your post, Eggplant is incredibly popular during the summer months, and while it can be prepared in many different ways, including grilling, roasting and broiling, one very nice way to enjoy eggplant is by tenderizing it with high heat, seasoning it, and combining it in the food processor with other fresh vegetables. Pulse for a few minutes and you have a great spread that's perfect for dipping vegetables or for putting on toasted bread or crackers. This is a quick, easy vegetable spread that is delicious and nutritious. I look forward to your next post
  • Congrats on your 700th...wow! And this is a delightful breakfast idea...perfect for a lovely brunch :)
  • I've seen using the muffin pan for this dish, but what a great idea to use bell pepper. It brings in another color to the dish and it is so pretty!! Congratulations on your 700th posts WOW!!!!!! I think I'm still at low 200. I can't believe if or even ever I can make it to 700.... lol.
  • Liz
    Enjoy your holiday, my friend! I wish I lived near you and I'd beg for a breakfast invitation! Your menu is fabulous!!!
  • I am in awe that this is your 700th post! What a gorgeous, colorful dish perfect for a light dinner.
  • Healthy and delicious. I love these gorgeous baked bell peppers with eggs!
  • Congrats on 700 posts -- that is amazing! I'm so glad you liked the coffee!! It's my #1 favorite drink during hot months...just brewed up a batch last night. :) The eggs look delicious, I love the idea of using bell peppers here! Hope you're having fun on vacation!
  • What a lovely breakfast! So colorful! If you have a favorite berry recipes, be sure to stop by my blog and link it up on my very berry blog hop. :)
  • What a cute way to serve breakfast! The cold-brew coffee recipe looks good too - it definitely makes a significant difference. A very complete, attractive breakfast.

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