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Breakfast! 2018

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5 hours ago, liuzhou said:

Just downed them with a cup of industrial strength black coffee and received a phone call informing me that I need to postpone my trip! Stressed stress.

 Love your breakfast idea. Sorry that your stress is now even more stressful.   Hope you’re catching a few more hours of that sleep that “knits up the ravell’d sleeve”... :)

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14 minutes ago, Anna N said:

 Love your breakfast idea. Sorry that your stress is now even more stressful.   Hope you’re catching a few more hours of that sleep that “knits up the ravell’d sleeve”... :)

 

Yeah, thanks. I've been dozing most of my life the day. Changed plans mean I now have three days of nothing in particular to do.

 

Good old Macbeth. That Shakey guy sure had a way with words!

 

Need to start thinking about tomorrow's fast breaker.

 


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This cold and rainy morning called for something special and that means fried zucchini to me.

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Duck egg, duck bacon and a fried tomato. 

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Pasta with broccoli rabe, slow roasted cherry tomatoes and kalamata olives. 

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My plan was to have this for dinner last night but I got lazy and had popcorn and a gin & tonic instead xD

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TJ’s Icelandic Skyr, banana, walnuts, drizzle of maple syrup

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Scrapple with fresh salsa and some exceptionally good Campari tomatoes with black truffle sea salt we got in a little spice shop in Temecula, CA, a while back.

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Cheese Toasties with smoked paprika. 

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I bought pepperoni for a project that remains on my to do list. I am not generally a fan but felt the need to make use of some of it.  Cheese, pepperoni and tomatoes on a split flatbread. 

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Moe has always loved eggs. At one time he would have been happy to have eggs every morning.  Not so much any more.

And I think that is my fault.  Since I started cooking more "non" traditional breakfast, he seems to have lost his taste for eggs. 

 

This morning's breakfast.

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Baked Brie with fresh thyme, black pepper and drizzled with olive oil.

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Baked until melted and then drizzled with honey and toasted walnuts.

 

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Reheated a bialy. Cut into wedges and served with the Brie.

 

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Ann_T

 

looks so perfect

 

love the idea of toasted nuts at the end.

 

Yum Yum

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On 4/16/2018 at 2:59 PM, blue_dolphin said:

popcorn and a gin & tonic instead 

 

My kinda dinner when I'm feeling lazy! xD

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1 minute ago, DiggingDogFarm said:

Looks great, @Ann_T!

What cast iron pan is that?

@DiggingDogFarm,  It is an 8" Lodge cast iron that I bought to use in the CSO.

 

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21 minutes ago, Ann_T said:

@DiggingDogFarm,  It is an 8" Lodge cast iron that I bought to use in the CSO.

 

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Thanks, Ann!

I didn't know that one existed.

 

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Messy but good kimchi pancake.

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Cheese omelet, with sautéed zucchini and homemade soupy that Deb gets from one of the truck shop customers.

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The missing salsa situation was corrected later in the game.

HC

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43 minutes ago, HungryChris said:

Cheese omelet, with sautéed zucchini and homemade soupy that Deb gets from one of the truck shop customers.

Soupy?   I hope it’s not another version of scrapple  xD

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13 minutes ago, Anna N said:

Soupy?   I hope it’s not another version of scrapple  xD

 

That name made me look!  From an old article in the NYT:

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SAUSAGE fans in southeastern Connecticut feel fortunate to live where they do, near Westerly, R.I. That is because the city, which is just across the Pawcatuck River, is considered the world capital of soupy: a peppery, dry-cured sausage first produced by people who moved to Westerly from Calabria, Italy, around 1900 to work in the quarries and the factories.

Their descendants -- and many others -- continue to make it today.

 

Sounds good to me!

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I was baffled by soupy too--thanks for looking it up BD :)   I think I would like it, too.  Looks kind of pepperoni-ish?

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22 minutes ago, Shelby said:

I was baffled by soupy too--thanks for looking it up BD :)   I think I would like it, too.  Looks kind of pepperoni-ish?

It is the local slang for sopressata. Quite a few pizza places in this area have "soupy" pizza on their menus.

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Haven't had kippers for breakfast since I was a child.  These were Scottish smoked herrings that were boiled in their pouch.  Not the same as I remember them.  Back in the day, mom and dad bought larger ones and I remember the fish being broiled.  Anyways, these were nice and tender with  no major bones....childhood fish had lots of nasty bones as I remember.  

A nice change.  I am not a fish fan so will probably not repeat for another 55 years xD

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9 minutes ago, Okanagancook said:

Haven't had kippers for breakfast since I was a child.  These were Scottish smoked herrings that were boiled in their pouch.  Not the same as I remember them.  Back in the day, mom and dad bought larger ones and I remember the fish being broiled.  Anyways, these were nice and tender with  no major bones....childhood fish had lots of nasty bones as I remember.  

A nice change.  I am not a fish fan so will probably not repeat for another 55 years xD

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Well.  The butter sure is a pretty shape.

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