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Breakfast! 2018

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Yogurt, bananas, fresh yellow dates, dried medjool dates, walnuts, tahini, carob molasses.

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18 minutes ago, Captain said:

Picklets for us. Cream & Jam.

 I’m guessing these are very similar to the pikelets that I recall from my childhood.  Those however were much larger and almost paper thin. Interesting.  Thank you for sharing.

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 There is so much wrong here but it’s not a beauty contest and we all have to start somewhere. First attempt at pressed sushi. Need to curb my garnish fetish.  There is enough wasabi paste here to clear a whole ward of ENT patients.  


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1 minute ago, Anna N said:

First attempt at pressed sushi

 

Nice!  What's in the middle, under the ginger?  Egg? 

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1 hour ago, blue_dolphin said:

 

Nice!  What's in the middle, under the ginger?  Egg? 

 Thanks. Yes.  A rolled omelet and some ham.  

Recently @Kerry Beal  and I were digging around in my basement and we came across this never-opened sushi kit.  At the time, which was a couple of weeks ago,  I dismissed it. Then I started reading about pressed sushi and rescued it from the donation pile.  These things keep me out of the pool halls and beer parlours.

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the Jones Scrapple Fairy

 

showed up at my house !

 

the note from Jones read :

 

" We can's have you out of Scrapple ! "

 

this might only interest me :

 

https://www.eater.com/2015/9/1/9211867/scrapple-goetta-livermush-what-is-it

 

so it was gong to be Scrapple ( properly cooked - crispy outside , creamy porky and cornmeal goodness inside )

 

and soft scrambled eggs on sourdough toast :

 

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then i decided to ' scrap ' the egg and toast and have more Scrapple !

 

wise decisions are sometimes made.  

 

sorry the pic is a bit blurry.

 

hard to keep still when Scrapple is on the plate !

 

Yum  Yumm !


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I don't think I can ever post anything to compare with that plate of scrapple. 

 

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Curry chicken salad on a mini croissant and a few grapes from the farmers market

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My (mis)interpretation of chirashi don - scattered sushi on rice.  I did OK until I attempted to be neat.  Seasoned broccoli was stirred into sushi rice  which was then topped with scrambled egg and garnish of broccoli florets.  Proof that sushi is not really about raw fish.😊

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Moe had pie again this morning with his second cappuccino. 

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And to make it a little more decadent I made a salted caramel sauce this morning. 

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Starting Monday off right. Corned beef hash and eggs. Most of the whites discarded, two yolks and a little white over easy. Broke one of the yolks. Didn't hurt it too much.20181001_114413.thumb.jpg.17ecaa5bdc9fff4de2cb5448d1f57c7b.jpg

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Ham ‘n’ eggs my way. 

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Hit the spot! Oatmeal with Cream, Butter and a pinch of Kosher Salt

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 Congee with eggs and spinach. Made as part of a project I am working on.

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Old habits die hard. Breakfast this morning reminded me why that is a good thing!

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Steak and Cheesy Potato Soft Taco

 

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Leftovers from last night’s ribeye, reheated with chimichurri, and the last of the cheesy potato casserole, from earlier in the week, with a warm flour torilla.


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A couple of slow cooker things that I made for Mr. Kim to take to work for a breakfast gathering.  Bacon, Egg & Hash Brown Casserole:

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Cinnamon Roll Monkey Bread:

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Simple breakfast this morning. Two boiled chicken eggs in a Chinese flatbread sandwich.

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Thursday's breakfast. A favourite Dim Sum dish. 

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Chinese Steamed Pork ribs with black beans, garlic and ginger.

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Eggs with wasabi and soy sauce. Yep, I know those eggs are overcooked but who else makes three attempts at perfecting breakfast?😱

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@Anna N, maybe over cooked for Moe, but not for me.  I like my egg yolks on the hard side.  Those look perfect. 

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Inspired by @BonVivant - Cilbir - poached egg in strained yogurt, with garlic and zaatar. I haven't had this simple dish in years.

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Tamagoyaki with Choriço ... and a Brezl. 

 

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7 hours ago, Duvel said:

Tamagoyaki with Choriço ... and a Brezl. 

😂”Don't let inflexible ideas of authenticity get in the way of deliciousness.” Nick Kindelsperger (Chicago Tribune).

I just couldn’t resist.  Nice tamagoyaki!

 

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