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Breakfast! 2017 (Part 2)

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2 hours ago, Anna N said:

 

 

 Home made bread (from Modernist Bread) toasted in the Cuisinart steam oven (CSO). A Johnsonville brat cooked sous vide (Joule) at 68°C for one hour and finished in the Breville smart oven at 400° for 10 minutes.  The egg and tomatoes were cooked in an IKEA nonstick pan on a GE Profile  induction range.  All served on an IKEA platter. xDxDxD   Just couldn’t help myself. Now back to some bread baking. 

 

 

That bread (and everything else shown) looks wonderful!

 

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5 hours ago, rotuts said:

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Squeezed (by someone else) from Fresh Florida Oranges; Never from Concentrate; 100% Orange Juice (pasteurized); for Best Taste, use this bottle by: JAN 04 18 :D

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 Duck mousse, lingonberry jam and homemade baguette. 

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Leftovers:  quiche du yester-jour (zucchini, mushroom & onion) and a cheese biscuit

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Made my Chicken Pot Pie for breakfast.

 

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We had Breakfast Tacos to go from League City’s Taqueria La Famosa: Egg, Potato, Bacon and Cheese in a  Fresh House-Made Flour Tortilla.

 

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On the right, a crostini with  dried porcinis brought back from Italy that were rehydrated in a scant amount of brandy and reduced in butter, topped with prosciutto di Parma and mozzarella (reminds me of market day in Castellina in Chianti) and on the left, a layer of avocado, sliced marinated mushrooms and diced marinated onions topped with sharp cheddar.

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A Clean Out The Fridge/Using Up Leftovers Kind Of Breakfast: Taco Stuffed Baked Potato Skin 

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I may, perhaps, have gotten my biscuit juju back. Cooked an entire 24-oz package of Wright's bacon in the oven this morning, since the migraine-plagued child will be gone for the next two days. Decided I'd scramble eggs and make a couple of biscuits to go with it.

 

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At the grocery recently, I'd picked up a small bag of self-rising flour (Martha White, the brand with which I grew up, in point of fact). I got that out, and stirred up enough dough to make four good-sized biscuits. Made drop biscuits because I didn't feel like fooling with patting them out and cutting them out.

 

They were high-risen, fluffy and moist, like I remember my biscuits used to be before I started using all-purpose flour and adding in my own soda, baking powder and salt. 

 

I'm not going to be without self-rising flour from here on out.

 

So, bacon, eggs and a biscuit, with pear preserves. God's in his heaven, all's right with the world.

 

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This morning was a light breakfast I called a mushroom tart.  Sounded fancy.  

 

A seedy sandwich bread toasted and  topped with sauteed sliced brown mushrooms, fresh thyme leaves and topped with a French cheese picked up at Costco (can't remember what it was but was kinda like Gruyere)  finished under the toaster oven broiler until the cheese just melted and cut into wedges.  Simple, quick and tasty 

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Normally, we only have biscuits and gravy while on vacation and I had never attempted it on my own. This morning I decided to change that. I would have been happier if they rose a bit more, but they were good nonetheless.

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Bacon bisuit with blackberry jam you can't see.

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Still getting good local tomatoes from the farmers market - I went back and added another slice of ripe, juicy Cherokee red to each side of the sandwich and then made a mess while I ate itxD

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1 hour ago, blue_dolphin said:

Brat on a bun

You can make even sausage on a bun look attractive and it’s not one of my favourites by any means. 

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Breakfast Taco.

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 Pork tenderloin, caramelized onions and one lonely radish. I’ll refrain from commenting on the bread. xD

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58 minutes ago, Anna N said:

I’ll refrain from commenting on the bread. xD

 

Oh, g'wan!

Looks great and I wish I lived close enough to pilfer a loaf or two from your basement freezer :D!

 

Edited to add that today's breakfast was some leftover garlicky pasta from last night's dinner.  I am, once again, safe from vampires for the day!


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Roasted a little Sterling Silver top sirloin this morning. Presalted and roasted at 500°F.

 

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Made Moe a beef dip sandwich for breakfast.

I work today so I will take the same thing for lunch.

 

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On 13/11/2017 at 2:46 AM, Anna N said:

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 Duck mousse, lingonberry jam and homemade baguette. 

 

Anna,   great looking toast.

 

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12 minutes ago, Ann_T said:

I work today so I will take the same thing for lunch.

 

 Your lunch I guess? No chance you could drop one off in Oakville on your way, eh?   Looks delicious. Right up there as one of my favorite sandwiches. :)

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