Saturday mornings are for leisurely meals—those made while dancing to some sick tunes.
British chef April Bloomfield knows how to do the “Old World” thing. Two of her three New York restaurants, The Breslin and The Spotted Pig, are studies in patinaed leather and weathered Black Watch plaid.
And Bloomfield’s porridge recipe below is juuuuust the right kind of storybook Saturday breakfast: it contains a mere six ingredients, it takes 20 minutes of simmering (just enough time to get your coffee buzz on while lazily flipping a few pages of P.G. Wodehouse), and it pairs well with that tweed jacket you’ve been eyeing. You know, for that traditional English hunt in your near future.