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Breakfast! 2018

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5 minutes ago, Anna N said:

Ain’t it great?

I wasn't sure about that combination but yes, indeed, it was excellent!

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Just now, blue_dolphin said:

I wasn't sure about that combination but yes, indeed, it was excellent!

I know what you mean. That combination of two widely divergent cuisines didn’t sound as though it would end up in anything good. But I thought it was pretty amazing and yours looks even more amazing.

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Sausage and Egg MumMuffin 😅

The cheese was branded 'American Burger Cheese' at Aldi - I think they did the USA a disservice. The way it looked made me riffle through my bin to confirm I did infact take the plastic off!

 

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Chawanmushi (Japanese egg custard with shrimp, shiitakes, snow pea and carrot) and green beans karashiae (beans with a mustard dressing).

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Good Saturday Morning!

 

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Breakfast Tacos with Bacon, Egg and Cheese Coming Up!

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52 minutes ago, Anna N said:

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Chawanmushi (Japanese egg custard with shrimp, shiitakes, snow pea and carrot) and green beans karashiae (beans with a mustard dressing).

I need to get some of that light soy - your custard is so much lighter than mine!

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25 minutes ago, robirdstx said:

Good Saturday Morning!

 

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Breakfast Tacos with Bacon, Egg and Cheese Coming Up!

 

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@CantCookStillTry

 

"""    The way it looked made me riffle through my bin to confirm I did infact take the plastic off! ""

 

sounds like you got the right stuff : i.e. same stuff McD uses !

 

MarketBasket , a samll local chain , makes their won in the A for 1.99 USD.

 

they sue Land'O'Lakes  white american cheese

 

and their version is Soooooo    much better than McD

 

McD  seems to use a proprietary type of cheesy-rubber


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Frittata with mozzarella and various vegetables.

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Planned-over chawanmushi, soy simmered shiitakes and a cucumber and seaweed salad. 

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三鲜馄饨 (sān xiān hún tún)

 

Three delicacy wontons. Home made but frozen. They cook from frozen in three minutes. Quick breakfast.

 

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With yellow Sriracha sauce. Bought in Sriracha.

The three delicacies are shrimp, pork and shiitake.

 

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Happy mouth.

 

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 Scrambled eggs with mixed mushrooms and a cabbage slaw with a hot sesame-vinegar dressing. 

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inspired by the Plate , no doubt

 

very very nice

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4 hours ago, blue_dolphin said:

Boiled egg, mashed with butter on toast and topped with crumbled bacon 

 Now that is brilliant.

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@blue_dolphin  We think you can't keep using the generic toast term as your bread is so key. More details please ;) 

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1 hour ago, heidih said:

@blue_dolphin  We think you can't keep using the generic toast term as your bread is so key. More details please ;) 

Sadly, it's not homemade bread.

Happily though, that toast is made from a Glenn Country Rosemary Batard from Roan Mills, operated by the folks who run Kenter Canyon Farms. They grow and mill the grains and bake the bread locally, in Fillmore.

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The best laid plans...  

 

Planned:  Dashimaki Tamago with bok choy in a wasabi seasoned sauce. 

 

Accomplished: Julianned rolled omelet (as in what would Julia do if the rolled omelet did not work out?) with bok choy in a wasabi seasoned sauce. 

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On 9/8/2018 at 6:48 AM, CantCookStillTry said:

Sausage and Egg MumMuffin 😅

The cheese was branded 'American Burger Cheese' at Aldi - I think they did the USA a disservice. The way it looked made me riffle through my bin to confirm I did infact take the plastic off!

 

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This is something that I've always wondered about.  I find a huge difference between the "American" cheese that is wrapped in plastic and the kind that is not - either from the deli or what Kraft calls "Deli Deluxe".  I detest the first and find everyone's condemnation warranted.  But I like the latter and use it a lot.  Anyone else want to chime in on this?

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I can't for the life of me find it, but someone here mentioned using this and said they quite liked it:

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They had them at Kroger, so I decided to try the potatoes, Cheddar and bacon one:

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It was actually pretty good.  I prefer the potatoes and the bacon to be crisp, but everything was fresh tasting and it certainly couldn’t be easier.  And not terrible nutritionally, either.  A little high on sodium (440 mg), but good on carbs (3gr).  I wouldn’t want Mr. Kim to eat them every day, but a couple of times a week would be ok.  As Jess points out, I could put these together myself.  But will I is the question!😉

 

Another morning:

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Just ham, eggs and Cheddar with some CSO toast!

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I keep these in the fridge all the time.   Easy and very tasty with an English muffin or toast.  I do use two eggs.

Also, I don't use their cup but instead a small microwave Corning ware skillet. 

 

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interesting.

 

what's in the cups before you add the egg(s) ?

 

these days Im a big fan of do-ahead , but try to make it tasty in the end.

 

thus a lot of Fz SV downstairs.

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2 minutes ago, rotuts said:

interesting.

 

what's in the cups before you add the egg(s) ?

 

these days Im a big fan of do-ahead , but try to make it tasty in the end.

 

thus a lot of Fz SV downstairs.

Here's a link to the website with a list of the varieties.  A couple of them have green peppers (shiver), so be careful!!!

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I made some Rou Jia Mo bread for later use, but purloined one for breakfast bacon sandwich.

 

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13 hours ago, Kim Shook said:

Here's a link to the website with a list of the varieties.  A couple of them have green peppers (shiver), so be careful!!!

 

Sometimes I am simply speechless what the convenience sector comes up with (and people actually buy) ...

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