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Breakfast! 2017 (Part 1)

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 It is a bit late for this but I do hope you dropped into the patent office before you broadcast this to the whole world. xDxD

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4 hours ago, liuzhou said:

This morning I valiantly mustered all my creative energies, limitless imagination and culinary skills and came up with the perfect breakfast. I expect all the awards to come rolling in any moment now. You will be astonished and beg me for the recipe.

 

I admire both your creativity and your courage!

HC

 


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Worthy of a James Beard Award for sure!  And our Julia is spinning.

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Late Breakfast: Ore-Ida Fast Food Fries baked in the oven, salted, and served with Heinz Ketchup and a Diet Coke.


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I don't normally eat ketchup but there's a bottle of Heinz in my fridge, left behind after houseguests and @robirdstx's breakfast post planted a thought.  

Green pepper-phobes, you should avert your eyes or imagine the green bits are spinach xD

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17 hours ago, IowaDee said:

Worthy of a James Beard Award for sure!  And our Julia is spinning.

 

I was thinking more of a Nobel prize. Or prizes. 9_9

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Is there a current Earl of Sandwich?  I suspect that the title rightfully belongs to you.  I wonder if it comes with a castle?

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Another clean-out-the-fridge breakfast. Materials at hand: half a bag of spinach, a container of mushrooms, two Poblano chiles, Serrano chiles, unlabeled sausage, partly-used cilantro, feta cheese, and eggs. Also had onions and garlic around.

 

Roasted and peeled the Poblano chiles. Cubed and fried the sausage, and then poured off most of the drippings. Dry-fried mushrooms in the wok until they were done squeaking, and then sauteed with some of the sausage drippings. Sauteed onions, Serrano chiles, and garlic, and then cooked down the spinach. Added in Poblanos, mushrooms, and sausage, feta, and cilantro, and then scrambled in the eggs. A little Cholula for flavor.

 

A satisfying breakfast, leaving lots more room in the fridge. Somehow the phrase "hive-mind" kept popping into my head. :)

 

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This morning's granola and yogurt included strawberries. Think I'll make some shortcakes this afternoon.

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3 hours ago, IowaDee said:

Is there a current Earl of Sandwich?  I suspect that the title rightfully belongs to you.  I wonder if it comes with a castle?

 

Yes

 

But his copyright has long since expired.

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Egg with a slice of Black Forest ham and a little sharp cheddar on one of those little Parmesan-rosemary rolls from Trader Joe's

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@robirdstx , that looks delicious.  I need to get some corned beef this week.

@blue_dolphinGood lord!  Could you turn it sideways and maybe, just maybe, I can get my mouth open wide enough:D

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Seems to me we haven't had one of these for a while.

 

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 Leftover Mountain Jew Omelette from Samarkand.  it did not improve overnight.  Not  that I expected it to.  It was edible but I am asking myself why I felt obligated to finish it up.  

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No photos because it wasn't at all photogenic, but a ramekin of leftover mashed potatoes served as a bed for two eggs, which were then topped with bacon bits, some grated cheese, and a tablespoon or two of heavy cream, then baked at 350 for 12 minutes in the CSO. Good stuff.

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 A repeat of something I made last week from Deep Run Roots.  Charred asparagus, scallions and bell pepper (instead of radish) with creamy scallion dressing, topped with a poached egg.  Toast today instead of the cute hushpuppy croutons. 

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this was a bit of a surprise for me :  still cold from the refrig :

 

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far better than it looks !

 

I think CB & C dinner is just an excuse for large quantities of mustard.

 

its better at room temp.


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if you replaced those Zuke's w Scrapple , Id agree.

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On ‎3‎/‎12‎/‎2017 at 9:53 AM, C. sapidus said:

Another clean-out-the-fridge breakfast. Materials at hand: half a bag of spinach, a container of mushrooms, two Poblano chiles, Serrano chiles, unlabeled sausage, partly-used cilantro, feta cheese, and eggs. Also had onions and garlic around.

 

Roasted and peeled the Poblano chiles. Cubed and fried the sausage, and then poured off most of the drippings. Dry-fried mushrooms in the wok until they were done squeaking, and then sauteed with some of the sausage drippings. Sauteed onions, Serrano chiles, and garlic, and then cooked down the spinach. Added in Poblanos, mushrooms, and sausage, feta, and cilantro, and then scrambled in the eggs. A little Cholula for flavor.

 

A satisfying breakfast, leaving lots more room in the fridge. Somehow the phrase "hive-mind" kept popping into my head. :)

 

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Add some sautéed potatoes and you have eggy potatoes.......ie a semi-frittata.

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4 minutes ago, suzilightning said:

Another clean-out-the-fridge breakfast.

 

I'd happily eat that. Had to look up Cholula though. What I know about Mexican food could be written on a perforation of a postage stamp.

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 It does look a bit iffy to be kind but it was quite good.  I took out from the freezer one of the cheese waffles I made a day or so ago, reheated it and dotted it with the last of the Cambozola.  Back under the broiler for a few seconds to soften the cheese and breakfast was served.  

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