This is also a re-post of an old post, but I'm reorganizing so here you go. This was one of jennifer's favorite Sundays in Memphis I think because she always talks about the morning we made Pimm's Cups, so this one's for you Jenn!
On to Sunday Funday....Jenn stayed at our house Saturday night and we woke up and decided we'd go to Brother Juniper's since EVERYONE has said it is delicious! We drove over there and they said it would be an hour wait, so we decided to head back down the street to our house and have some Sunday Funday cocktails! We had been dying to make a Pimm's Cup since leaving New Orleans. It is the cocktail to drink at Wimbledon, but we know and love it from having it at Napoleon House in the French Quarter in New Orleans. Napoleon House is a historic bar in the French Quarter in a building that has been around for 200 years. Their signature drink is the Pimm's Cup, and its a great cocktail to sip while wandering around the French Quarter. So so delicious and refreshing. Anyways, I'm off on a tangent. We made ourselves a Pimm's Cup! Or we put Jenn to work, and she made us a Pimm's cup.
Excellent presentation I must say! How to make a Pimm's Cup, you ask? Easy! You need Pimm's No. 1 liqueur, 7Up, Lemonade (we used that Simply Lemonade that comes in the clear container and it was good!), and cucumber slices. You put in a shot of Pimm's, shot and a half of lemonade, then add 7Up and cucumbers to taste. Serve it over ice and garnish with a slice of cucumber. If you haven't had one, probably hard to add to taste, but just mix the 7Up in until it tastes delicious to you. Some recipes add mint, or use a squeeze of lemon juice instead of lemonade, but these were great. Thanks to Tara Kelley for coming home from her visit to New Orleans and perfecting the recipe after she had one at Napoleon House and loved it! On another note, if you can see them in the picture, check out the metal straws. These are one of my favorite little things I own. Had lemonade with a metal straw when I was little, and I had been on a search to find them ever since. Finally found them at the Williams Sonoma outlet in Memphis during dental school. They are so great because they get all cold when you drink through them.
So we made it to Brother Juniper's and it was so so good. Brian had the breakfast bean burrito:
I had the Gyro omelet. Can't really tell from the picture, but inside was gyro meat, feta, and mozarella cheese. Yummmmm! And the home fries were AMAZING.
Jenn had the San Diegan, which was really good. It was featured in Rachel Ray's Best Eats in Town in the Memphis section and definitely lived up to the expectations. Everything was amazingly delicious. Best breakfast I've had in a while, and probably dangerous that its right down the street.