Another Mother’s Day breakfast tradition in the books!
You may have already seen a sneak peek of our breakfast at Maureen’s Kitchen yesterday on Instagram.
My son chose Maureen’s Kitchen for the third year in a row. We have learned that you must get there when they open to avoid the lines. So at 7:00 am, we were there! I honestly wasn’t going to wake my son so early this year but he got up and ready on his own.
I went with the baked oatmeal this year and I must say, it was the best bowl of baked oatmeal I think I have ever had.
One year the waitress at Maureen’s Kitchen suggested fresh blueberries on the side to go with the baked oatmeal so I ordered it that way again.
I would love to know how they make their baked oatmeal although I would never come close to replicating it. It is served with a side of warmed milk. It is truly out of this world!
My son even let me take a picture of his breakfast.
His order included eggs, bacon, sausage and his choice of pancakes. He chose Oreo pancakes.
Other Recent Eats!
I made a special trip to Panera one day to work and have lunch. I don’t get there as often as I once did but I still like to work from there when I can.
When you give me a gift card to The Cheesecake Factory, I will use it immediately even if I was just there a few days prior.
I had a great Red Mango parfait on Saturday which I enjoyed while walking the mall. In case you didn’t know the toppings in my parfait, it’s always original yogurt with strawberries, blueberries, pumpkin flax granola and dark chocolate chips.
We finally tried the new Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza that opened near my house.
There are a bazillion great pizza places near me but Anthony’s is a little bit different since it’s coal-fired cooked and you can’t order by the slice as it’s served by the pie.
I ordered the house salad to start. Salads are also served family style – this is the small.
We chose two pizzas but honestly, if we all could have agreed on toppings, one large pie would have been enough. I chose a small basic pizza with mushrooms and we also ordered a large meatball and ricotta pie.
So I liked Anthony’s but I prefer our traditional New York pizzas by the slice. Would I go again? Sure. I think it’s a little bit pricey for what it is but on occasion, it’s a good place. The bar area is nice too with good-sized televisions for watching hockey games so that’s a plus in my book.
Major Flashback Post: A few years ago we had dinner at Salvatore’s which is the best brick oven pizza in my opinion here on Long Island. I need to get back there soon!Mother's Day Breakfast Plus Recent Eats! #motherday #maureenskitchen #breakfast #recenteats #redmango #pizza #panera Click To Tweet
Linking up with Meg’s Week In Review!
How was your weekend and your Mother’s Day?
Best thing you ate over the weekend?
Favorite toppings on pizza? How is pizza served most in your area – by the slice or by the pie?