Eggs Benedict

8 Jun

http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/eggs-benedict-florentine

We shared a serving of Eggs Benedict with spinach leaves. They were as bit like the recipe in the above link. but the leaves were not  sauteed, which is all right by me. The hollandaise sauce that went with the poached eggs was just perfect, simply delicious!

We had also some flat white coffee, very good Campos coffee.

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We thought to go to the Campos Cafe for Brunch in the Warrawong Shopping Centre was a good choice. We had left out car for service at the K-Mart Service Centre. This was at 9 o’clock in the morning. We thought we would use the time while the car was being serviced to go to the GALA Cinema. The movie we wanted to see was to start at 10 o’clock. That gave us one hour to have a bit of a bite before the movie started. The movie was “The Zookeeper’s Wife”.

2 Responses to “Eggs Benedict”

  1. gerard oosterman June 10, 2017 at 10:49 am #

    Did you see ‘Viceroys House’. We were going to see Zookeepers wife but did not so far. .

  2. auntyuta June 10, 2017 at 7:39 pm #

    VICEROY’S HOUSE, a movie about the partition of India in 1947.

    We saw this movie towards the end of May, Gerard. I copied In my post from from 30th May a bit of Paul Byrnes’ review where it is said towards the end:

    ” . . . This last bit is where Chadha may have taken liberties. She relies on a book by former Indian diplomat Narendra Singh Sarila, a junior member of Mountbatten’s staff. Sarila contends that Churchill decided two years earlier that partition was necessary to ensure that a newly created Pakistan would become a strong bulwark against the USSR, thus protecting the Middle East oilfields. . . . ”

    http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/movies/viceroys-house-review-entertaining-but-misleading-20170517-gw6og6.html

    I wonder now, whether film director Chadha has taken liberties or not.

    As far as The Zookeeper’s Wife is concerned, I think it is not a feel good movie.

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