Thank you thank you Salomon & Nina for the delcious, deep local, down home, farm grown Winter breakfast feast. Many of you know Salomon as the the friendly and agreeable host of Selma Cafe, and others know Salomon as the man behind some of the best chicken and lamb around. And lovely, smart, capable Nina as a long time Selma volunteer and Selma kitchen systems improver. Put these two together in the kitchen and you’ve got a toothsome and tasty meal, starring Salomon and Nina’s homemade chicken patties, from Salomon’s own chickens.
We had over 180 guests enjoying the delicious breakfast of fried up potatoes with caramelized onions, topped with sauteed spinach and chard, covered with melted cheese and a fried egg, served with chicken sausage or roasted squash, and all with a side of beautiful hoop greens and fresh carrot garnish. Plus, the most beautiful and delicious cream scones stuffed with dried cranberries and served with a dollop of slightly sweetened lemon curd. What a terrific breakfast!
Thanks to the many volunteers who came out to help make the Selma magic happen with hard work, ready smiles, and lots of energy. It was a morning of old Selma Cafe friends and new folks discovering the fun and tastiness of Selma Cafe.
Our next breakfast is coming up February 15. Be sure to sign up to volunteer HERE, or come on by for some good eats from LuLu Food, a fabulous pop up restaurant looking for a home, with chefs Eric Lundy and Laenne Thompson. Follow them on Facebook HERE. Stay tuned for their menu!
Until then, stay cozy, be well, and keep your feet warm,