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Breakfast! 2018


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Modernist Bread naan brushed with shallot oil and then topped with mozzarella cheese, tomatoes and raw shallots.   Broiled briefly and finished with crispy shallots. 

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 Not sure why these are called cheese latkes.  I think of them as ricotta pancakes.

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Anna Nielsen aka "Anna N"

...I just let people know about something I made for supper that they might enjoy, too. That's all it is. (Nigel Slater)

"Cooking is about doing the best with what you have . . . and succeeding." John Thorne

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After what seemed an insufferable period without pork scrapple, things are finally back on track, with pork scrapple returning to the freezer bin where I have been seeing only beef scrapple for a while. This morning, I celebrated its return.

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The heat was off when we came to our beach house on this frigid MD morning.  The pipes were miraculously intact.  Frittata with  chanterelles and (extra) bacon eaten in gradually warming up kitchen.

 

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I have a beef tongue that has been corning in the basement fridge for 3 weeks, but I also had leftover corned beef in the fridge in the kitchen, so I decided to make way for the new by making corned beef hash from the old. One of my earliest recollections is having my mother show me how to clamp the meat grinder to the kitchen counter and grinding leftover corned beef, par boiled potatoes, chopped onions and seasonings to make hash, one of my father's favorites. Because this was a flat cut corned beef, it wants for a bit of fat, but the flavor is outstanding.

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Leek and Mushroom Tart

 

1/3 C Cooked leeks

1/3 C Cooked Chanterelles –cooked in butter/evoo/garlic/white wine/salt/pepper

1/3 C Imported Fontanella –grated

1/3 C Black Italian Kale- sliced thin

1t Italian seasoning

1t white pepper

Dash of salt

8 eggs –beaten

¼ Heavy Crème

 

 

Mix all together pour in a buttered glass pie pan, cook 325 convection for 25 mins, shut oven and continue to bake 8 mins. Cool and slice.  Add Franks Hot sauce

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Its good to have Morels

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