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Breakfast! 2017 (Part 2)

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Baked frittata made with some par boiled potatoes and some pesto stirred into the eggs with a couple of slices of Purple Cherokee tomato.

 

Making some blueberry pancakes for John for the next few days as I'll be out and about ...

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Eggs O/E on crispy fried zucchini planks, shishito peppers, scrapple and fresh salsa.

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Woke up this morning HUNGRY!

Leftover polpette in red sauce with some fettuccine.

Now I want a piece of apple pie with cheddar.....the local apples are starting to come in around here.  Hmmmmmmmm

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Made some peach compote to go on pound cake last weekend. Been eating the remaining compote in my morning yogurt, with the addition of blueberries and granola. Good stuff.

 

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Roasted Sausage & Cauliflower with Cumin and Aleppo Pepper topped with garlic-yogurt from Melissa Clark's Dinner.

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 Thinly sliced pork chop with  lingonberry sauce on a small  bun from Costco. 

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7 minutes ago, HungryChris said:

Was craving home fries this morning.

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:o  *feels Chris' forehead*  

 

No zukes?

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That's ok Shelby, I made zuc pancakes this am for breakfast and all was good because I also made BACON 9_9

went to take a picture, finally, and it needed recharging, so no pic.

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Corn beef hash with eggs (scrambled per husband's preference)

 

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36 minutes ago, chefmd said:

Corn beef hash with eggs (scrambled per husband's preference)

 

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when is breakfast served?  That is a plate after my own heart....

a piece of apple pie warmed with some cheddar

cup of decaf coffee black

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The BAT.  Bacon, avocado (smushed onto the toast in lieu of mayonnaise), and beautiful tomato on whole wheat sourdough toast.

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We're coming up on Labor Day and still haven't had really wonderful tomatoes this year.  That BAT makes me want to swoon.

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I tasted through 5 or 6 stands at the Union Square greenmarket the other day, before finding tomatoes I felt were worthy.

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Left over wild salmon mixed with smoked salmon, capers, cucumbers, mayo on toasted onion roll.

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 No picture but I thoroughly enjoyed a juicy Niagara peach. 


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Still on my doctor-prescribed high protein thing, so breakfast tends to look like this most days, but this morning I got a surprise. One of my eggs was a double-yolker.

 

Duck eggs and flatbread.

 

 

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 Polenta with garlicky mushrooms. 

 

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Yogurt, granola, and half a very ripe mango. On 20-oz mug of coffee No. 2. Was out of town for two days and hotel/convention center coffee was execrable. Good to be home.

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4 minutes ago, kayb said:

Yogurt, granola, and half a very ripe mango. On 20-oz mug of coffee No. 2. Was out of town for two days and hotel/convention center coffee was execrable. Good to be home.

 

Inexcusable these days for a place like that to have bad coffee...

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Posted (edited)

the last of the KCStrip I SV'd w RB40 :

 

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one slice sourdough lightly toasted  thinly sliced KCS

 

and about 1/4 + cup of ' jus ' from the bag  ---  which was in fact a Jelly

 

you can see a little here and there

 

horseradish from a fresh jar ( Tj's )

 

outstanding.   did not need a poached egg   but next time ....

 

the jelly was not salty at all , and had good beef flavor.   this suggests the next time I try this i can use more RB40

 

the horseradish was just enough to give the nose a good tickle.

 

aficionado's  might note there is no mayo involved here.

 

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nor butter on the toast.  All Beef.

 

the beef didn't need it !

 

this beef improved over the couple of days in the refirg after cooking 


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Olive Oil-Braised Chickpeas and Swiss Chard with Cumin from Melissa Clark's Dinner

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The recipe says to serve the beans & greens in a bowl, spooned over the toast.  I thought this was easier to eat!

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Thanks to Hurricane Harvey this has been either breakfast or lunch the last few days - a cold sandwich of Ham and Swiss on an English Muffin with Mayo and Deli Mustard. Not bad! I think I'll call it The Harvey!


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