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Breakfast! 2018

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Mustard greens with bacon, braised in chicken stock, reduced, topped with a poached egg and pink grapefruit

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This morning:

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ET bagel, sausage links and maple syrup.

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@Kim Shook

 

A million years ago

 

when I was an  ' advanced scut dog and slave '

 

after Rounds

 

I used to sneak down to the Cafeteria

 

and get a fresh bagel and pass it though the toaster.

 

Id get a huge amount of cream cheese  ( you added that to your plate , before there were ' scales ' )

 

and two  ( one / bagel ) huge breakfast sausages  .  Soo good

 

those sausages were about the size of three or yours

 

then return and eat them reading the NYTimes

 

they had rocking chairs back then, and Id help myself to one.

 

until I had to deal with some sort of Fire.

 

Still alive , I am !

 

sadly , no maple syrup 

 

:sad:


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2 hours ago, rotuts said:

@Kim Shook

 

A million years ago

 

when I was an  ' advanced scut dog and slave '

 

after Rounds

 

I used to sneak down to the Cafeteria

 

and get a fresh bagel and pass it though the toaster.

 

Id get a huge amount of cream cheese  ( you added that to your plate , before there were ' scales ' )

 

and two  ( one / bagel ) huge breakfast sausages  .  Soo good

 

those sausages were about the size of three or yours

 

then return and eat them reading the NYTimes

 

they had rocking chairs back then, and Id help myself to one.

 

until I had to deal with some sort of Fire.

 

Still alive , I am !

 

sadly , no maple syrup 

 

:sad:

 

Some people (Mr. Kim) think the syrup is odd, but it comes from pancake and sausage breakfasts.  I even like a little syrup on my bacon!

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Polenta with chanterelles and roasted chestnuts.

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 Goat cheese and caramelized onions on crispbread. 

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Crisp fried pork scrapple, American cheese, a fried egg and pickled turnips. Raw pickled turnips have a profound flavor and crisp texture profile. The crisp part only lasts about 2 months and these, pushing the envelope, had been moved to the expedited use program, which explains their unlikely appearance here. Time to make some more.

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@HungryChris

 

out of curiosity only

 

have you had scrapple that's not from Pork ?

 

slices seem on the thinner side

 

good idea

 

as soon as I get a decent tomato , its going to be SLT's for a while.

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3 minutes ago, rotuts said:

@HungryChris

 

out of curiosity only

 

have you had scrapple that's not from Pork ?

 

slices seem on the thinner side

 

good idea

 

as soon as I get a decent tomato , its going to be SLT's for a while.

The supermarket I go to for scrapple, has both pork and beef. I am not a fan of the beef, at all. I chose some thinner slices because I wanted a crisp texture in the sandwich. SLT's sound like they may be worth a try.

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Chicken tacos for breakfast.

Seasoned the chicken breasts yesterday and made the salsas.

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Made homemade corn tortillas

 

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Grilled chicken Served with avocado, cilantro and a squeeze of lime.

 

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 Pickled herring on homemade pumpernickel with an appropriate chaser.  Sometimes it’s good to buck tradition. 

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It's good to know that @Anna N is starting her day appropriately fortified xD

 

Me, too:  Bacon & parsnip fried rice topped with a crispy fried egg inspired by a riff on kimchi fried rice in Julia Turshen's Small Victories.

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Crisp up some diced bacon and reserve, brown diced parsnips in the bacon fat then add cooked rice (TJ's brown rice medley), the reserved bacon and a handful of parsley.

I added a crispy fried egg, 

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 I can also be very WASP. 

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I hope you lick that plate !

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15 minutes ago, rotuts said:

I hope you lick that plate !

Sssshhhhhh.  

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First corned beef of the season. (5 days, dry rub, cooked SV 140 F x 48hrs)

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Irish stir fry with ketchup/sriracha glaze

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I avoid all that extra work by shoveling the whole yolk into the mouth , one yolk at a time.

 

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7 minutes ago, rotuts said:

I avoid all that extra work by shoveling the whole yolk into the mouth , one yolk at a time.

 

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That was my husband’s MO!  

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Grilled corned beef, Swiss and kimchi Reuben with pickled turnip roll-ups.

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9 minutes ago, HungryChris said:

 

Grilled corned beef, Swiss and kimchi Reuben with pickled turnip roll-ups.

 

  Those turnip roll ups look amazing!  


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22 minutes ago, Anna N said:

  Those turnip roll ups look amazing!  

 

Thanks, Anna. Some years ago, I had a falafel sandwich that had pickled turnips in it and I loved it. I have been making them ever since. They are at their best when they are nice and crunchy and that means you have to use them up quickly.

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 Reheated leftover vegetables with a drizzle of sesame oil and the last of my homemade cheese and onion tartlets. 

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I had a granola bar. And coffee. Sigh.

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