I suppose if I only fed kibble - the empty dog food container would hold more significance. Last night, I am sure (at least this is what I tell myself), I just shrugged and thought, "I will need to cook the dogs breakfast."
But in my pre-caffeinated state this morning, it was a surprise :-)
This was my breakfast:
This was the dogs breakfast:
|This is not a snack portion - but a meal size portion. Abby's meal on the right is slightly smaller.|
I will admit to being clumsy and losing the yolk out of Abby's soft boiled egg while I was peeling it. Hence the extra little bit of smoked salmon on her plate.
If you haven't guessed yet - the secret ingredient is Tobiko!
I have been trying to get more caviar into my diet. The nutritional power punch it provides (Omega-3's, calcium, phosphorus, protein, iron, magnesium, Vitamins B12, B6, B2, C, A and D and amino acids).
But it is high in sodium and cholesterol - so it is best served not as the main meal, but as a garnish.
|Brown rice with fish sauce and wakame with a soft boiled egg and tobiko.|
|Soft boiled egg with tobiko and a crispy potato slice on greek yogurt topped with tobiko and scallion.|
|A refreshing glass of lemonade in my new, very pretty glass.|