Don't you love Saturdays? I do! After a long Friday at work, I look forward to Saturday mornings. I am just like a kid who is anxiously anticipating Christmas morning to get a look at the gifts. Saturday is a day when a whiff of java coming from my kitchen greets me in the morning. It's when I tiptoe to my kitchen and hear the sound of a sizzling pan, running water, clicking plates and yes my husband busy taking over my turf... that makes my heart dance. Or sing. I'm disarmed. I tell you, I just love the idea of him doing the cooking. Breakfast on Saturday is his self proclaimed turn to be the master chef in my kitchen.
I leave the kitchen totally to him. He cooks with precision and is very methodical. The simple task of cooking soft boiled eggs is done with a timer, water measured with a measuring cup. When he brews our coffee, he lifts the coffee pot to check the water level like I would imagine him preparing liters of buffer solution. Did I tell you that I am married to a scientist (haha... I love saying that, much to his chagrin)
" Breakfast is ready!" he announces chirpily.
And voila breakfast is ready! I hope you have a Happy Sabado!
2 large potatoes
1 tbsp oil
1 medium onion, sliced
1 tsp dried parsley
1 tsp garlic salt
Boil potatoes (make sure it's still firm) You could also just microwave the potatoes too (wash the potatoes, prick the surface with fork and cover it with a wet paper towel and microwave for 4 minutes) Slice the potatoes and set aside. Make sure the potatoes are not hot when sliced.
Heat a pan. Add the oil. Put the potatoes and brown its sides. Add onions and cook it for a minute. Season with garlic salt and pepper. Add parsley.