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Breakfast! 2016 (Part 1)

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Toasted English muffin sprinkled with toast dope.

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You've all seen this before but I figure the internet can never have too many pictures of kittens... or poached eggs xD!

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Poached egg on toasted olive bread.


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11 minutes ago, blue_dolphin said:

You've all seen this before but I figure the internet can never have to many pictures of kittens... or poached eggs xD!

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Poached egg on toasted olive bread.


You can keep the kittens, but I'll have the poached eggs.

Must make some olive bread tomorrow.

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Agreed

And very happy with my Ciabbatta.

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@kaybI like your breakfast, especially the way you fry eggs. It's so delicious. I try to cook eggs as your way but I can't.


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My breakfast this morning was a presentation disaster.

 

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The duck egg just didn't want to play fair! I knew it was too old to poach, but I thought it would fry better than this. Then I found the only bread I had was a very un-photogenic crust at the end of the last loaf I baked. The blood sausage worked out fine.

All that said, it tasted OK.

 

More bread is under way. One in the oven and another batch of dough in the fridge to be baked on Friday. I'm away for a couple of days.

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We are not eating our ham fast enough, so a couple of weekends ago I insisted we had a take on Spain - lots of ham, good bought sourdough, a smear of butter and tasty crushed passata that I usually use for pizza. Two thumbs up :)

 

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Toasted cinnamon raisin bread from Trader Joe's.  Topped with goat cheese or butter:

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That bread is sliced into rather thick slices and I really like crispy toast so I cut the slices in half before toasting.

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You've seen it all before, but here it is again. Bacon, eggs, home fries and fresh salsa.

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Cinnamon raisin French toast and fresh cherries:

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was the CRT from Tj's ?      looks really really good !

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1 hour ago, rotuts said:

was the CRT from Tj's ?      looks really really good !

Yes.  TJ's Cinnamon Raisin Bread.  

As I mentioned over in the TJ's thread, it seems to differ from the Cinnamon Roll Bread that was recently discussed over there.

 Out here on the left coast, we have either Cinnamon Swirl bread (no raisins) or Cinnamon Raisin Bread. 

 

 

 

 


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scrapple doesn't get place it deserves on eG I think :

 

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some scrapple on the Burton.  it should be cut thick enough so the outside can brown and be crispy with a soft center.  these might even be better a little more

 

crispy.  if properly cooked, a few might change their mind.

 

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soft scrambled eggs on sour dough toast  with 'Brats'

 

Pennzey's as an outstanding Bratwurst seasoning.  it better, its from WI

 

I just sprinkle a little B.S. ( o.O ) on the toast and then the eggs on top

 

tastes like there are some Brats on the plate somewhere !

 

no really good sausage to be had in my area

 

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Just finished a small portion of penne with chicken livers and mushrooms in a light cream sauce leftover from a dinner out last night.  It was not photogenic, but very, very tasty.

 

 


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How lovely! (Both of them.)

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Don't ask. Eat it.

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@robirdstx  

 

Im pretty much dying here.  that looks so delicious.

 

I note there are no Pork Products das le plate   Ill let that pass

 

but kudos your way  ..........  nothing green either !

 

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[ed.:  woops, the poster has found the Color Letters. ! ]


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45 minutes ago, rotuts said:

@robirdstx  

 

Im pretty much dying here.  that looks so delicious.

 

I note there are no Pork Products das le plate   Ill let that pass

 

but kudos your way  ..........  nothing green either !

 

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[ed.:  woops, the poster has found the Color Letters. ! ]

 

 

Thank you! Just a little parsley and green onion (no celery or green pepper) to keep it healthy!

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@robirdstx

 

  ""     (no celery or green pepper) ""

 

sharp thinking

 

I was referring to the Rest of the Plate.

 

maybe some lightly sautéed spinach w garlic would have been fine.

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Bury me in the same plot with rotuts. Killing me, too. Beautiful.

 

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Don't ask. Eat it.

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5 hours ago, rotuts said:

@robirdstx

maybe some lightly sautéed spinach w garlic would have been fine.

I really never considered spinach or really any green food item except for possibly chives/green onions to be a breakfast item! I love eating most of them with minor exceptions but just look at is that I'm a breakfast item.

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