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Breakfast! 2015


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Egg and cheese wrap.  Would have been better with bacon   :hmmm:  I also made belgian waffles for the niece and nephew but they were scarfed before any photo could be taken

 

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What did you use for your crust? They look wonderful!

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bs6ojbE.jpgjust a weird assortment of things  ,  fresh local strawberries,cherries, min toms, serrano ham, veneto salami,  oka cheese,vezrin goats milk blue  and not pictured a bit of baguette and Marley Buffalo Soldier coffee. 

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What did you use for your crust? They look wonderful!

 

It is just a Fiber One 80-calorie wheat wrap.  I would not say it is wonderful, but it was acceptable.  I toasted it in the skillet to give it some crunch.

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It is just a Fiber One 80-calorie wheat wrap.  I would not say it is wonderful, but it was acceptable.  I toasted it in the skillet to give it some crunch.

It looks very good, I like the idea of toasting it in a skillet to crunch it up a little! How do they recommend cooking them normally?

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Overnight house guest last night, and a morning with no work obligations, so I did a big "weekend" breakfast midweek, which was a rare treat. 

 

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Bacon, scrambled eggs, biscuits, sliced tomatoes, watermelon, canteloupe, pear preserves. 

 

Followed an hour and a half later, I am ashamed to admit, by a "lunch" of blackberry cobbler and ice cream.

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Wow

 

nothing better

 

I plan to be your Guest Toot Sweet !

 

Lunch:

 

'' blackberry cobbler and ice cream.''

 

my kind of lunch

 

hope you use  "French" vanilla

 

:biggrin: 

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Wow

 

nothing better

 

I plan to be your Guest Toot Sweet !

 

Lunch:

 

'' blackberry cobbler and ice cream.''

 

my kind of lunch

 

hope you use  "French" vanilla

 

:biggrin: 

Come on. Love to cook for people. And it was Yarnell's (made in Arkansas, about 75 miles from me, in fact) "Guilt-Free" Homemade Vanilla. They do, however, make a French vanilla that is marvelous, too. 

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We just started getting Okanagan apricots around here, so I had to make some apricot jam. Picture doesn't really show how nicely it came out. Really lovely on toast. I should make some of my own bread, though.     

 

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Bacon brushed with maple syrup, zucchini pancakes, baked tomatoes from the garden and microwave scrambled eggsattachicon.gifDSC00940.JPG

Yum! I really need to try making zucchini pancakes! I also dip my bacon and sausage into syrup. My husband thinks I'm nuts but I love that salty and sweet flavor.

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Just cook Tom Yam bee hoon (rice vermicelli) this morning.   Easy to prepare. You can use ready-made tom yam paste bought at any grocery shop.

 

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This Time to Eat thread got me thinking this morning...

 

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With a nod to Mission Chinese Food's salt-cod fried rice, this is Tasty's "Lower East Side" fried rice, with smoked whitefish.

 

 

 

 

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Mushroom and Spinach Omelette.  Fresh Eggs  -  free range from the farm stand just around the corner. Toasted home-made baguette.

 

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Ok that is just sex on a plate.  :) 

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That is a delightful cup, liuzhou.

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That is a delightful cup, liuzhou.

 

Unlike Starbucks.

 

Apparently, when SB open in a new city they sell local cups.  I had no idea that people collect these. I got loads of requests through my blog to buy them and send to all corners of the world! I didn't. 

 

They turn up on Ebay for silly money. One young woman flew all the way from the Philippines to buy one.

 

I've only ever once had breakfast in SB - many years ago in Beijing in an emergency.  Wasn't impressed.

 

But I like the cup.

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