Red Centre Trip: Breakfast and Picnic Lunch at a Rest Stop
My breakfast the next day after we left Adelaide:
Fried eggs, bacon and salad (who says fried breakfast can’t be healthy?) Pretty much the same ingredients from the night before. Josh had settled on banana on toast and Mum on the leftover fried rice.
I fried up the bacon first and ended up with a lot of bacon fat, which I fried the eggs in. Hmmm. Bacon fat. I then scrambled a few eggs together, add a touch of soy sauce and made omelet. I also threw in the leftover bacon – only the rindless part though. The streaky bits would have been wrong eaten cold!
After we left Adelaide (ridiculously early, might I add), we headed onto the Stuart Highway on our way to Coober Pedy and had lunch somewhere along the way at one of the rest stops. It was amazing how the trees just disappeared.
(That’s Josh. Not me.)
We had the leftover bacon fried rice, the uber spicy, a bit of the left over salad and some sandwiches. It was a bit of a smorgasbord really.
(Josh’s invention #1: lemon & pepper tuna, tomato and Colby cheese on rye bread)
(Josh’s invention #2: omelet and bacon sandwich)
The strawberries were gone by lunch time. But the lovely cherries were still there:
I found Siamese twin cherries! Hehe.
And then we drove on to the dusty little mining town called Coober Pedy.