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Breakfast! 2018

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This morning, I had my wontons in a more conventional manner. In a spicy broth with spinach. THe wontons contained pork and shiitake.

 

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Savoury oatmeal (onion, bacon, cheese) and an egg with a broken yolk. :(

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Scrambled eggs with a tablespoon each of sour cream and shredded sharp white cheddar, pork scrapple and an English muffin.

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Fresh yogurt, freshly made granola, and blueberries. Inspired by the fact blueberries were two cartons for four bucks at Kroger.

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Just your typical Sunday brunch at Casa Hobbit

 

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In a mortar and pestle, pound 1 garlic clove, a pinch of salt and 3-4 anchovy fillets to a paste. Transfer to a glass measuring cup and whisk in juice of half a Meyer lemon and 9 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil.

 

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Trim a head of cauliflower. Boil cauliflower in a pot of salted water or until the tines of a fork easily pierces cauliflower. Lift out with a slotted spoon and transfer to a bowl. 

 

In the same pot you cooked the cauliflower, boil 3 eggs, then peel and quarter when done.

 

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Chop or break up cauliflower into smaller florets, then combine with olives in a small bowl. Season with salt and black pepper. Spoon atop salad plates, arrange egg on top, then spoon dressing over. Grind more black pepper if desired.

 

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Insalata di cavolfiore e uova sode ("cauliflower and hard-cooked egg salad")

 

Buongiorno!


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I was going to make this for dinner last night but I didn't so...Coquilles St. Jacques à la Provençale from Mastering the Art of French Cooking

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With crusty bread to dip into the buttery sauce.

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45 minutes ago, blue_dolphin said:

I was going to make this for dinner last night but I didn't so...Coquilles St. Jacques à la Provençale from Mastering the Art of French Cooking

 

With crusty bread to dip into the buttery sauce.

 

Looks amazing. I may make some Coquilles (not) St. Jacques later this week. I just got an amazing deal on some bay scallops.

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Sometimes, you just gotta give in to the craving and get it over with...lavish slather of butter, too (I only ate one). Then, you're happy that they rose nicely, fluffy & tender,  and didn't come out like hockey pucks.

 

But,  you lament the fact that there's no sausage gravy.

 

Homemade from scratch baking powder biscuits/photo ©spaghetttti 

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I’ve been waiting for this – Wegmans’ had their panettone half price this weekend.  One half is in the freezer to make French toast when we have company staying next weekend and the other will be toast for this weeks’ breakfasts:

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On 14/01/2018 at 11:25 AM, blue_dolphin said:

I was going to make this for dinner last night but I didn't so...Coquilles St. Jacques à la Provençale from Mastering the Art of French Cooking

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With crusty bread to dip into the buttery sauce.

 I would eat that for breakfast in a heartbeat.  I better not show that to Moe.

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Baked Cinnamon buns last night.

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Served early this morning in bed with a cappuccino.

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Forced myself to fry up some of the beef scrapple that, frankly I'm not that fond of, but am determined to use up. Had it with poached eggs and a little experiment of cold sliced polenta that I breaded and fried like I do zucchini. Very good!

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A tostie with a layer of sautéed zucchini topped with sliced marinated mushrooms which, in turn, was topped by a few slices of Aldi prosciutto panino and put back in the toaster for a bit.

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