Drinking at Breakfast
by Baby Huey

Before you continue, please note that I am drunk as I'm writing this, so I'm not too wordy. So there.

Every once in a while I go to a restaurant and have a great dish and think, "Shit, I can do that." This weekend, I was at my neighborhood diner for breakfast and had their Mexican Corn Tortilla Breakfast Casserole. I thought ... man, this is tasty and SO easy. Add a little of this, a little of that, and it'll be super tasty.

tezon_tequila.jpgMexican Corn Tortilla Breakfast Casserole

24 taco-sized corn tortillas
6 eggs
1 1/2 cups whole milk
1/2 c tequila
1/2 lb ground sausage
1 onion, minced
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 chipotle chiles, minced
1 green bell pepper, minced
1/2 c cheddar cheese

Saute the sausage and vegetables with salt and pepper over medium heat until the sausage is brown and the veggies are soft, about 5 minutes. Set aside and allow to cool to room temperature.

Beat the eggs with the milk, tequila, and some salt and pepper. In an 8" x 8" baking dish, lay out 4 corn tortillas, so the edges overlap. Place a thin layer of the meat and veggie mix down. Add another layer, and repeat. After three layers, pour half of the custard mix over the top, and continue. When you've gotten the sixth layer down, pour the rest of the custard over. Cover with foil and put this in the fridge for at least 30 minutes -- you could even do this the night before and let it sit overnight.

Just before baking, top with the cheddar cheese and place in a preheated 375 degree oven for about an hour -- the first 45 minutes covered, and the last 15 uncovered. Allow it to set up for at least 10 minutes after pulling out of the oven to allow it to cool a bit before serving. Top with salsa and sour cream.

Here's some old school new stuff for you:

ddp-cd.jpgDublin Death Patrol
DDP 4 Life
Godfodder Records

Risen from the ashes of the Bay Area thrash movement, Dublin Death Patrol is comprised of current and former members of Testament, Exodus, Vio-lence, Rampage and other bands. Vocalists Chuck Billy and Steve Souza have two of the most identifiable voices in metal, and they both contribute wonderfully to this throwback to the good old days of thrash. There are 8 people in the band, the most I’ve ever heard of for a metal band that doesn’t totally suck (a.k.a. Slipknot). For fans of old school thrash metal, this album is nostalgia on a CD.

Baby Huey is drunk and going to pass out now.

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Sounds interesting. But tequila at breakfast is just asking for trouble for the rest of the day.


Bay area thrash was fun. I miss those weirdos. Imma gonna have to check out that CD.


Never a bad time for tequila. Ever. Especially since the booze cooks off.


You're cooking breakfast for me in June.


Only if we cuddle.


There's not a knife sharp and long enough to get that image out of my head.


You think that's bad Timmer, imagine us slathering baby oil all over each other beforehand.


Hell, I can imagine you squeezing the babies to get the oil...but to take it any further...yeesh.


Mmm... tequilla.


Breakfast, tequila, and men oiling each other...the synergy on this site is satisfyingly disturbing


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