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Breakfast! 2017 (Part 2)

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1 hour ago, Anna N said:

@Shelby

 I'm just not sure.O.oO.o

 

 

 

 

1 hour ago, HungryChris said:

I do admire your courage @Shelby

HC

The stomach wants what the stomach wants.

 

 

 

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"Three Flavour" Wontons. (Pork, shrimp and shiitake).

 

Served heretically with black pepper and olive oil dressing.


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Georgian food.  Check The Ladies Who Lunch topic. 

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A fresh loaf of no knead bread put to good use at the breakfast table as crostini foils for bruschetta pomodoro and a home made smoked salmon spread, accompanied by a very ripe pear.

HC 

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Leftover apple crumble from last night's dinner.

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 Recently I came into the possession of two books devoted to eggs.  They fell into my virtual basket from Amazon. But my interest in egg preparations around the world pre-dates the spending spree.

 

This egg preparation is said to originate with the British Raj in Mumbai.  There seem to be many, many iterations. 

 

In this version a slice of bread is buttered on both sides then pan toasted.  Mustard is then an applied to one side and a mixture of cheese, minced fresh chili, minced red onion and cilantro piled on top of the mustard and broiled.  While that is happening one fries an egg to top it off. 

 

The recommended optional accompaniment is ketchup but I was given a bottle of chipotle sauce which I find much more interesting than ketchup. 

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Wanted to use up some sliced roasted potatoes.  One thing lead to another 

 

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1 hour ago, scubadoo97 said:

Wanted to use up some sliced roasted potatoes.  One thing lead to another 

And another!  I have one whole cooked potato in the refrigerator.  Wasn't sure what I might do with it.  Now I know. It will lead to a meal and another entry in the Loving Your Leftover series. 

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The local market has a dosa stall ! This was breakfast, masala dosa (stuffed with potatoes) sambar and coconut chutney. 

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I do love masala dosa, but I'm a bit concerned about you grilling the owner. How did she taste? And how did the chutney go with her?

 

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Breakfast?  Lunch? Brunch?   Whatever.   I crumbled some goat cheese over the top just before I ate it.

 

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Omelet with roasted Poblano chile, asparagus, garlic, and Feta cheese.

 

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I worked outside all day yesterday and was so tired I could not eat much at dinner (linguine with clam sauce). I woke up this morning and was ravenous. Can you tell?

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I have an appointment this morning so I needed something fast but the sauce with all that garlic was probably not the brightest idea I've ever had. :laugh:

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It's too early here for rhubarb and I really wanted to make a rhubarb dessert.  So, instead I went to the best in-store bakery in town and purchased a strawberry rhubarb pie. 

Now I almost never have dessert at home because I don't usually want something else after I've had my dinner.  So what I'm going to do is have the pie for breakfast!  Hey, it's got fruit in it!

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I put the last few slices of a corned beef into a toastie that was pretty good. 

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Bacon & egg risotto from Diana Henry's Simple

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I used pancetta instead of bacon and adapted the recipe for the Instant Pot.

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@blue_dolphin

 You are just making me feel so guilty.  I have the book and have highly recommend it to others but I am the most easily distracted person in the world as far as cookbooks are concerned.   I read one, swear I will cook from it, and the next thing you know I've moved on.  The meals you have cooked from this book are truly outstanding. 

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15 minutes ago, Anna N said:

@blue_dolphin

 You are just making me feel so guilty.  I have the book and have highly recommend it to others but I am the most easily distracted person in the world as far as cookbooks are concerned.   I read one, swear I will cook from it, and the next thing you know I've moved on.  The meals you have cooked from this book are truly outstanding. 

 

@Anna N, it was largely your positive comments about Diana Henry's books that convinced me to get Simple when the Food52 cookbook club picked it for this month's book and I haven't been disappointed.  I haven't done this before but I rather like having a book to focus on for a few weeks.  At the end of the month or whenever I get tired of this one, I'm hoping to devote that sort of quality time to a few other neglected cookbooks from my collection.

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Had extra time this morning so whipped up a little breakfast hash with a couple sunny side ups

 

 

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