TAKING ANTI: Dr. McSuppersworth, staunch and noted critic of eating breakfast foods past 10am on weekdays.
TAKING PRO: The Breakfast Club, host of Breakfast for Dinner, a new monthly supper club serving four-course morning meals well past the morning, now taking reservations for their first dinner on March 2.
UrbanDaddy Boston will be moderating.
UD: Please, tell us about your background.
McSuppersworth: I hold a doctorate in dinner studies from Yale. Also, I don’t exist.
The Breakfast Club: I’m a retro-looking diner named after a John Hughes movie.
UD: Thank you, gentlemen. Your general thoughts on eating breakfast at dinnertime?
McSuppersworth: It upends millennia of established Western eating rituals.
The Breakfast Club: It’d be pretty great to meet with friends on the first Monday of the next few months for seasonally themed, multicourse dinners with breakfast fare and plentiful mimosas.
UD: What foods should be on the menu?
McSuppersworth: Nothing. Or maybe a pot roast.
The Breakfast Club: Well, for March, I’m doing a Lucky Charms parfait, Baileys french toast, corned beef hash and cabbage, and an Irish coffee milkshake.
UD: The Breakfast Club wins.
McSuppersworth: This was fixed.