Spanish tortilla, Iberico ham, sausage, scrambled eggs, hazelnuts, cheese, toast, orange juice, coffee.
Dolce Sitges, Sitges ES
The breakfast buffet at Dolce Sitges was pretty kick-ass! This was only one plate I ate, but they definitely had much more to offer. We were unapologetic about loading up on breakfast before heading out for a day of sightseeing, hehe. We paid for it, right? And I felt like we would burn off the calories anyway. One downside to eating SO much breakfast was that I missed out on some food opportunities while touring simply because was still full. #touristproblems 🙂
Iberico ham legs. This was a first! I’d never seen carving stations like this before where you can order as much ham as you want and the attendant will carve it directly off the leg. Now that’s what I call “cut-to-order”!
I love to make la tortilla. Fabulous breakfast!
You’ve reminded me that I need to buy a mandoline.
Oh, I just got one – I love it. Makes for a super easy tortilla! 🙂
Used to live on a farm where the men would butcher hogs every winter. I would cook for them, sometimes up to 50 people, and then they would bring in the pork for me to take care of. The hams would be salt cured for a few days, then rinsed off and hung in the smoke house until just before Easter, when a fire was built of hickory and sassafras wood, and the hams were smoked for 48 hours, then brought in 2 for us. I would soak one overnight to get the excess salt out, then bake it for Easter dinner. Really great memories with that photo.
That sounds amazing! Talk about farm-to-table!
I lived in Spain! That picture of your breakfast really makes me miss the food ❤
Lucky you! I really enjoyed Spain and loved all the food. I just wish I had photographed more of what I ate. 🙂