Sunday Morning Croissant Sandwiches

I don’t know about you, but Sunday mornings are the one day of the week we linger over coffee in our jammies and we usually  make an effort with breakfast. During the week, it’s cereal, oatmeal, bagels…quick food.  But, on Saturday mornings, we try a little harder. Today, I decided to bake off Pillsbury Crescent rolls to use for egg sandwiches with turkey pastrami, aged cheddar cheese and fresh arugula.

The beautiful thing about Pillsbury Crescent rolls, is they are convenient. It took me less than 5 minutes to unroll the dough and pop in my Advantium oven. Meanwhile, the eggs and pastrami are sizzling on the pan and breakfast will be ready in about 12 minutes.

Just the right enough time to make another Americano and get back to being inspired over at Pinterest.

Oh, Pinterest, how we love thee! If you haven’t discovered this little world, you should! It’s like a virtual inspiration board. You can set up your own themed boards and anytime you see something on the internet that inspires you, you can click the little “pin it” icon and stick it to your board. Being a visual person, this is so much more up my alley than clicking “bookmark”. You have to have an invitation to join Pinterest…not sure what that’s all about. We think everyone should have access to Pinterest! So, if you need an invitation, send us a gmail at lovefeasttable at gmail dot com  and we’ll be sure to send you one.

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Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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