Florentine Omelette for an Unlucky Queen

Since February is still a Hot Breakfast Month, let’s have it – enjoy, Beautiful People!

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I hope you had a hot breakfast this morning, Beautiful People, as https://foodimentary.com informs us that February is a National Hot Breakfast Month. If you didn’t, you can start by making this delicious royal breakfast for lunch!

What an unlucky queen Mary Stuart was! Having lost her father when she was only six days old, the baby queen was sent off to France at the age of five, to be married to a three-year old Dauphin Francis, the heir to the French throne. The actual marriage between the two little kids had to wait until they became of age – sixteen and fourteen. Meanwhile, the child bride, growing up as a precocious, beautiful and gifted girl with a sunny disposition, became everybody’s darling. Everybody, but one person, adored her. Unfortunately, that one person was the only person who counted – the reigning queen Catherine de Medici.

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Her father-in-law, King Henry…

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19 Comments Add yours

  1. MaddMedic says:

    So a grapefruit and hardboiled egg at 0’Dark early does not count?

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    1. LOL That hardboiled egg did boil in hot water at some point, so it would count. Whatever rocks your boat, my friend.

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      1. MaddMedic says:

        Is a time thing at 0’Dark early…Eat and git..

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  2. Christy B says:

    Now I’ve learned a bit about food and the reigning queen Catherine de Medici!

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    1. Thank you so much for stopping by, dear Christy!

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  3. It sounds delightful, and i am so glad not to be such a famous personage. It had to be a hard life.

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    1. I agree. Thank you for a lovely comment, dear Mimi.

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  4. Another spot of history worth revising

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    1. Thank you so much, Derrick.

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  5. Thank you for another great history lesson, Dolly! Never before was interested, and had so much fun with history. Michael

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind comment, dear friend. Have a wonderful weekend!

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      1. Thank you, Dolly! You as well! 🙂

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  6. Lulu: “Wow, so even the Queen has to wear the Cone of Shame sometimes? Now I don’t feel so bad!”

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    1. Don’t feel bad, Lulu! Nobody is out to take your pretty head off, and we love you!
      The Cat Gang.

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  7. bernlag says:

    Great recipe and enjoyed the history lesson.

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Bernadette!

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  8. bernlag says:

    Just found the email sign up.

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    1. Great – thank you!

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