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Breakfast! 2016 (Part 1)

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58 minutes ago, Okanagancook said:

A few refried beans Anna N and that would be a perfect breakfast! xD

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50 minutes ago, rotuts said:

and a Mimosa with a shot of tequila mixed in.

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one should know, if you start with M.R. as you basis for a mimosa, well .....................

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Thank you, Anna N! Your recent post in the Dinner Topic inspired me to make this for breakfast:

 

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It's a cloudy morning so I had to add a little sunshine...a sunny poached egg and avocado on toast and a little leftover butternut squash soup:

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Did I mention it was a sunny egg?  Oh yeah!

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33 minutes ago, liamsaunt said:

 

Peppery eggs for breakfast this morning

I worked, for a time,  in a shipyard as a technical writer updating and maintaining submarine tech manuals. I had a guy as a cube mate who had been a shipyard worker and had had a heart attack in the yard. He was not permitted to eat eggs and missed them greatly. He would often lament the loss of them in his diet and would tell me exactly how he liked to prepare them, sunny side up and then "blacken them with pepper". Albert died waiting for a heart transplant that just never materialized. To this day, whenever I have sunny side up eggs, as I did today (duck eggs), I dutifully "blacken them with pepper" in silent tribute to my old friend, Albert.

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I spy a Kentucky Derby glass up there.  Bet it didn't come with milk in it ;) 

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14 hours ago, Shelby said:

I spy a Kentucky Derby glass up there.  Bet it didn't come with milk in it ;) 

Guilty, as charged, Shelby, but not what you think. Deb and I always bet on the triple crown races. Not a lot, but always some. The local casinos (Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun) usually give out glasses for bets over $20.  We pre-bet the races and often use the glass for cocktails while we watch the race on TV later. We tried a mint julep,  but hated it so it will be mojitos for the derby, coming up. Here is the mint I am growing for that purpose.

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This morning's simple breakfast. Pan fried (pig) blood sausage with black pepper and sea salt. Home made bread and butter. Coffee.

 

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Duck egg, broccolini and cheese omelet with fresh salsa.

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Chili 

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Baked oatmeal muffins. Good, low-cal, and quick.

 

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What I found in the fridge.  Hamburger bun, half of avocado, prosciutto that was briefly microwaved to make it crisp.  

Insanely delicious.  Want another one.  

 

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Cheddar melt with Suvir's tomato chutney. 

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Oh, I have a sore throat too! 9_9

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Eggs over easy, reheated broccolini, Italian toast and fresh salsa (my feeble attempt to salvage some cinco de mayo cred, after jumping the gun by a day).

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It's Cinco de Mayo today and I wanted to share two of my favorites I make. Recipes are at chef-think.com

 

The first is a breakfast chili relleno stuffed with eggs, cheese and pancetta served over a tomato chili sauce with queso fresco and a spicy (depending on the chorizo you use) chorizo hash browns with poblanos, red peppers and onions which is great with a poached egg on top.ChiliRenello.jpgChorizoHash05.jpg 

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Tomato-pizza-ish 

 

mise :

 

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bread is PigsThatFly but TJ's off-brand.  sourdough.  nice.  OliveOil, Greek oregano, chili flakes   light toasting

 

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sliced tomatoes, pepperoni, steam-broil, light torching:

 

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a few tomato stragglers from the slicing.  ran out of cheese.  Liked this version a lot

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18 hours ago, rarerollingobject said:

Breakfast of champions*!

(*champions with sore throats.)

 

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RRO, I guess I could figger this out via Google but your post made me wonder.  Is the Australian cold and flu season May through October or something "upside-down" to what we experience in the Northern Hemisphere?

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Breakfast for dinner here tonight: hash browns, scrambled eggs, toast and bacon.  Also making wild blueberry pancakes that Johnnybird can reheat for his breakfast when he arises and I am out of the house(I am a morning person and he believes morning begins at noon).  

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8 hours ago, robie said:

RRO, I guess I could figger this out via Google but your post made me wonder.  Is the Australian cold and flu season May through October or something "upside-down" to what we experience in the Northern Hemisphere?

 

@robie; May - October. But me, I'm a 'getting sick' overachiever and can drop a cold at the height of summer, in the rosy bloom of spring, any time in the year, me. (Working an insanely stressful job and working it 80 hours a week may have something to do with that.)

But not for the next fortnight! I'm on holidays! (So decided to get a cold on the first day, naturally).

 

My tradition for beach holidays is that I take with me all the last bits of jam in the jars from my fridge and make scones for breakfast on the first morning. Which was just the thing after a sunrise walk along this beauty.

 

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