Welcome to this month’s Coffee & Questions segment here on The Purpose Show! In this version, I have Brian with me because we are celebrating 11 years of marriage this month! We get asked a lot of questions about our relationship and we thought this was a fun way to answer some of them. From how Brian proposed to what we are looking forward to in the next 11 years of our marriage, if you asked a question, we may answer it in this episode! So, sit down, cozy up, get a cup of coffee, and let’s chat!
In This Episode Allie and Brian Discuss:
Their favorite features about one another (hint, Allie has a thing for Brian’s muscles!).
How their awkward proposal story reflects their fun relationship.
Ways they handle differences in their marriage, personalities, and parenting styles and how they use those differences to strengthen their family.
Why they cannot play board games (anyone else super competitive?).
Mentioned in this Episode:
Brian’s Avocado Benedict Recipe (see below!)
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Brian’s Avocado Benedict Recipe:
Prep the hollandaise sauce. I use this recipe: http://www.pinchmeimeating.com/easy-hollandaise-sauce/
Toast a slice of sourdough, or English muffin, or sweet potato “slice” for a Paleo version. You can put a little olive oil or grass-fed butter on the toast before you toast it if you like.
Make guacamole out of half an avocado (salt, pepper, little bit of lime juice, little bit of garlic powder & diced onions)
Poach an egg or two for about 4 minutes
Sizzle up a slice or two of bacon
Put a layer of the avocado mix, a little spring mix or arugula on the toast, a slice of bacon, followed by the poached egg(s) on top of your choice of toast. You can sprinkle some salt and pepper on top if you like
Drizzle the hollandaise on top and enjoy!
Here are some of my favorite photos from our wedding day. I cannot believe this was 11 years ago!