SBK Marathon Party 2010


I realize this statement makes me sound lame and quite a wuss considering the many thousands of people that hit the pavement for a 26.2 run today.  I can sit here and justify my tiredness (frosting homemade poptarts until 2 in the morning, flipping bacon, egg scrambling, cheering on runners, etc.) but the comforts of my bed and another couple chapters from A Homemade Life, Stories and Recipes From My Kitchen Table are calling to me.  But before I call it a night, I wanted to share some pictures.  What a fantastic day.  I was very happy with the way the way everything came out and enjoyed the day with some great company.  I promise to follow up later in the week with recipes, especially on the poptarts, those were fantastic! (And my coworkers will be happy to know that the leftovers are headed their way tomorrow..)


Kathy said...

Looks & sounds like a "yummy" day! I wish tomorrow was Th; so, I could eat leftovers. Can't wait for the Pop Tart recipe!

Beth said...

The photos look like they belong in a magazine. Glad things went so well!

) green means go ( said...

um, i find homemade pop tarts to be brilliant. eggs look great - fluffy but not too fluffy! question - how do you cook your bacon so the it doesn't curl up? inquiring minds want to know....

Boston Food Diary said...

Oh my goodness! This all looks incredible! And I'm hungry again ha!

The Small Boston Kitchen said...

Thank you all for the comments! It was a pretty delicious way to start a really fun day.

)green means go( - to answer your bacon question, this was actually baked in the oven at 400 and I sprinkled brown sugar on it. It was sweet and salty and delicious! Super, super easy as well..

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