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Breakfast! 2018

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Belgian endive braised in cream and dusted with Parmesan. 

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23 hours ago, Kim Shook said:

 

See?  I told you!  LOL.  Seriously everything looks so, so good!  Just exactly my kind of meal.  And I love your Christmas tree platter that the cupcakes are on!

Yes you were so right about the frozen cookies.  I have a whole ton down there still....kind of nice to just bring up a few for us for a treat :) And thank you!  I love that platter, too.

22 hours ago, Ann_T said:

@Shelby beautiful biscuits.  I love biscuits and gravy.  Not something commonly found on menus in Canada.  So I always have to make it myself.   

 

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Breakfast. Beef and Green Bean curry with rice and homemade chapati.

Started yesterday morning in the Breville PC intended for dinner. Saved instead for breakfast.

Just had to warm up the Basmati rice in the steam oven and make the Chapati

 

Thank you but you know that I am biscuit challenged--they are frozen Grands brand:$ I felt the need for full disclosure :ph34r:

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Planning on making Beef Dip sandwiches for a late breakfast.  Just waiting for the buns to bake.  

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Since we were up early I made Moe a "pre-breakfast' to tide him over.

 

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I was looking for an excuse to use this cute little egg holder.

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8 hours ago, Shelby said:

Thank you but you know that I am biscuit challenged--they are frozen Grands brand:$ I felt the need for full disclosure :ph34r:

 

Shelby,  I know, I always feel like I have to confess when I take a short cut.   

Either way, the biscuits turned out great. 

 

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Finally made Moe a late breakfast or maybe an early lunch.

We both had a beef dip sandwich on the bread baked this morning.  And I roasted the potatoes in the Lodge cast iron pan.  The 10.25 size.   Using the Bake Steam setting.  

 

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Breakfast was a real eye opener, no fresh salsa (cilantro has been nonexistent for a week around here), no Crystal hot sauce (that spare bottle in the pantry must have been a mirage), but on a brighter note, Frank's RedHot pairs well with fried polenta!

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It’s wrong. Just wrong. 

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I'm going out to lunch today so I decided to have just a small bite of breakfast:

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A slice (OK, there may have been two slices involved :D) of the little baby Panettone I received for Christmas, toasted and buttered, plus a mug of black coffee. 

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4 hours ago, Anna N said:

It’s wrong. Just wrong. 

You're not telling me a thing!! I just returned with 2 bottles and some cilantro. Made a batch of fresh salsa and pico de gallo.

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I am glad the universe is back in balance.

 

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There is much to be said about starting the day out properly!

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Steamed Wontons (馄饨 hún tún) with Sriracha sauce (from Sriracha). Not American Sriracha.

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 Sous vide scrambled eggs with no additions other than some salt and lots of pepper. They may be healthy but they sure were boring!  And of course the texture was very different from the ones made using cream, milk and butter. 

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The last 2 slices out of the freezer of Pane Turano Italian Bread from Aldi. Both were first toasted and buttered. The larger one was topped with pan seared slices of corned beef tongue, a layer of sliced marinated mushrooms followed by a thin layer of fontina cheese and put back in the toaster, the smaller one was deprived of the corned beef. Both were very good!

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A "bastardized" version of a Thai chicken with rice noodles. 

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Winged the dish using ingredients that I had on hand. 
Moe ate this for breakfast and I'm taking some for lunch.

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Home made corn beef hash with fried egg.  CB was cooked sous vide 140 degrees 48 hours.  

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8 minutes ago, chefmd said:

Home made corn beef hash with fried egg.  CB was cooked sous vide 140 degrees 48 hours.  

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Love it....though can I have mine with a hard scrambled egg, please?

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Tartiflette toastie. Toast, bacon, leftover potatoes, cream and Jarlsberg. Adapted from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. 

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2 hours ago, suzilightning said:

Love it....though can I have mine with a hard scrambled egg, please?

That's how DH likes his :)

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13 hours ago, suzilightning said:

Love it....though can I have mine with a hard scrambled egg, please?

I'm sorry but hard scrambled eggs are not allowed to be served with corned beef hash! You either have to have a soft poached egg or a sunny side up egg so you have a runny yolk that can seep down into the hash! :D


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A beautiful thing; smoked kingfish, with orange and lime zest, cornflower petals and Sichuan pepper.

 

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13 hours ago, suzilightning said:

Love it....though can I have mine with a hard scrambled egg, please?

I'm with you @suzilightning.  I want scrambled egg with my corned beef hash. 

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