After a good night’s sleep, I woke up to rummage through Larbs’s pantry for something to eat. I found 365 brand frosted Cheerios, banana and milk that made a delicious small breakfast to tide me to brunch.
The four of us then went on an hour walk around Duke’s East Campus
And a glimpse at the old Durham Bulls park! Note that this was the location where I first sipped a beer (my dad’s Rolling Rock) and said “mmmm this tastes kinda good!”
After showers, we ventured out to brunch to meet mom and dad at Guglhuph Bakery
My mom’s side is actually part German and my dad’s is Hungarian, so I feel a bit connected to German food (and beer!)
We enjoyed a round of coffees
We feasted on omelets, eggs benedict, sandwiches, meat plates (!?) and pancakes. Probably the most American breakfast one could imagine…but there weren’t any sausage links or foamy beers on the brunch menu!
I had scrambled eggs (From Latta Farms – my preschool teacher’s family farm!) with fruit and a roll
And a side of pancake (a last minute impulse order that I intended to share but ate most of myself! The maple syrup was some of the best I’ve ever had!)
We visited the bakery section afterwards. A loaf of bread is probably the last thing we need, but Matt bought one to try out. I’m excited to try it tonight!