5 Products for a Gourmet Make-At-Home Breakfast
If you’re not up for waiting in line for brunch, put the coffee on and invite your favourite people over to break your fast while staying in your pyjamas.
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Valbella Meats in Canmore is known for its cured game and charcuterie, but it also makes a deliciously seasoned, moist filet of smoked salmon that’s unlike regular lox. Pair it with eggs or your morning bagel.
Toast is in this year. Thickly sliced, slathered with butter and the best preserves, toast has been elevated from its rushed weekday morning status. Grainy Kettle bread from the Lazy Loaf and Kettle is also perfect for making French toast, if it seems proper to dip it in beaten egg and fry it first.
There’s so much to love about you-bake cinnamon brioche buns from Pascal’s Patisserie; you thaw and proof them overnight, then slide them into the oven around the time your guests plan to arrive, welcoming them with the aroma of warm buns in the oven. No kneading, no dishes.
The duck eggs from Greens, Eggs and Ham are like eggs extreme – big, rich, creamy and intensely eggy, they make a good conversation piece, as well as the best scrambled, soft-boiled or Benny you’ll ever eat.
For 20 years, Crickle Creek Coffee Co. has been roasting its own beans every Tuesday, naming the blends after Calgary roads and neighbourhoods and delivering them to your door for free on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Order online by the bag, try the coffee of the month or sign up for a three-month subscription.