fried goat

21 Ideas For Energy-Boosting Breakfast Toasts / (source)

1. Sliced Avocado + Crumbled Feta + Pomegranates + Olive Oil

2. Raspberries + Blackberries + Basil + Light Cream Cheese

3. Ribboned Cantaloupe + Chopped Walnuts + Agave + Goat Cheese

4. Sliced Banana + Almond Butter + Chia Seeds

5. Thinly Sliced Celery + Raisins + Peanut Butter

6. Refried Beans + Salsa + Cilantro + Fried Egg

7. Goat Cheese + Sliced Strawberries + Shelled Edamame + Balsamic Vinegar + Sea Salt

8. Sliced Pineapple + Cottage Cheese + Chopped Cashews

9. Sauteed Kale + One-Egg Omelet + Grated Cheddar Cheese

10. Sliced Dried Figs + Ricotta Cheese + Sesame Seeds

11. Sliced Mango + Sliced Fresh Mozzarella + Lime Juice & Zest

12. Mashed Avocado + Shelled Edamame + Sprouts + Lemon Juice

13. Sliced Pear + Ricotta Cheese + Honey

14. Hummus + Chopped Walnuts + Pomegranates

15. Mashed Chickpeas + Tomato Slice + Fried Egg

16. Chopped Mejdool Dates + Sliced Feta + Sliced Almonds

17. Sliced Plums + Sunflower Seed Butter + Flaxseed

18. Sliced Apple + Honey + Blue Cheese

19. Marinara Sauce + Poached Egg + Parmesan + Basil

20. Kimchi + Sliced Hard-Boiled Egg + Black Sesame Seeds

21. Smoked Salmon + Ribboned Cucumber + Light Cream Cheese + Scallions

Enjoy and have a good start to your day!

how to understand southern vocabulary, phrasing, and grammar

y’all - you all (referring to a small group of people)

all y’all - all of you all (referring to a larger group of people)

y'all’d’ve - you all would have (y’all’d’ve been home by now had you not stopped to get fries)

“confused as a goat on astro turf” - an expression meaning “really fucking confused”

“sweating like a whore in church” - an expression meaning “nervous/that person loons guilty/they did something wrong”

“bless your heart” - the southern equivalent of “fuck you”, but this way no one knows it



Steak Skewers [Soy Marinated Steak Tips, Cremini Mushrooms, Red Onions]
Cremini and Portobello Mushroom Bisque, Truffle Oil, Goat Cheese Crostini
Sliced Pot Roast, Fontina Cheese, Truffle Oil, and Arugula on Brioche Roll
Fresh Cut French Fries
Single Shot of Illy Espresso
Where:  Giancarlo’s
Who:  Jason Mueller, Nick Parisi, Cody Williams

Amount Spent:  $33.21
Amount Spent YTD:  $16,115.61

One of the coolest things about this fundraiser is that it originated with a young man on the street, who chose to tell a stranger about the love and appreciation he had for his school principal. His name is Vidal, and I had a chance to reconnect with him during my visit to Mott Hall Bridges Academy. He could not possibly be a more polite or charismatic young man.

“I want to own my own restaurant,” he told me. “When I was little, I used to watch my mom cook. Then I started cooking for myself when I was nine. I’d get the ingredients myself at the corner store and make something for my brothers. I just thought it was a good thing for an older brother to do. I can make curry chicken, jerk chicken, curry goat, fried rice, macaroni and cheese, and all kinds of stuff.”
“What would you say has been your biggest accomplishment?”
“Getting publicity for my school.”



The fundraiser inspired by Vidal has been an overwhelming blessing for his school, and has raised over $570,000 to help provide much needed programs for his classmates. If you’d like to help expand upon its success, you can do so by contributing here: