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Breakfast! 2018

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poached egg + Scrapple [ properly cooked ]   decent toast 

 

Heaven Itself.

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Just now, rotuts said:

bet that would be good with a thin slice of pineapple.

I'm shocked at how good these are.  

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did you de-salt slightly first ?

 

or go for the Full Sodium Bombe ?

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9 minutes ago, rotuts said:

did you de-salt slightly first ?

 

or go for the Full Sodium Bombe ?

I went full-on salt.  Definitely will invest in the low sodium version next time.  

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make your won SPAM lower-sodium

 

for some reason its tastier than SPAM's lower salt version.

 

go figure

 

Ice water for the Bath keeps the delicious Fat Firm.

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Sardine and lettuce onigirazu. 

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@Anna N

 

for a minute I thought that was Eel

 

eel is one of my favorites at the Sushi Bar

 

said to be endangered 

 

so its hard to find.

 

if you like it , find it , Eat Up !

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Today's breakfast was the chopped chicken liver crostini that I posted this over in the crostini topic. 

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4 minutes ago, rotuts said:

@Anna N

 

for a minute I thought that was Eel

 

eel is one of my favorites at the Sushi Bar

 

said to be endangered 

 

so its hard to find.

 

if you like it , find it , Eat Up !

 Used to love smoked eel but it stopped loving me!  Just too rich!  

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54 minutes ago, Shelby said:

I'm shocked at how good these are.  

 

Amazes me every time.

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3 hours ago, Shelby said:

I'm shocked at how good these are.  

They are aren't they? I got addicted to them in Hawaii. Every little convenience store had a warmed cabinet with a bunch of them in there.

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4 minutes ago, Kerry Beal said:

They are aren't they? I got addicted to them in Hawaii. Every little convenience store had a warmed cabinet with a bunch of them in there.

I have three more in the fridge.  The CSO warm feature will be in use tomorrow.

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 Probably not the first choice of dieticians for a healthy breakfast but somebody had to do it.   Chocolate truffle cheesecake done in the Instant Pot.  It is part of a project so no sharing information at the moment.  

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Toasted English muffin with pan fried corned pork tongue, melted cheese and a fried egg with some comfort food home fries with onion......and yes, a diet orange soda. I just want to go clamming, but hurricane Michael has pretty much insured that the beds will remain closed for another few weeks. I feel like a shut-in.

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I can't do spam, but I can appreciate your twist @Shelby.   I could certainly go for @blue_dolphin's chicken live crostini.  

 

Moe's breakfast. Spicy Pork Stir fry over rice.

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I'm taking the same to work for lunch.

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 Challenging myself to use a rotisserie chicken in as many Japanese dishes as I can.  Onigirazu  with lettuce, oven dried tomatoes and sliced rotisserie chicken breast.   Next time I would add some kewpie mayonnaise.  

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On 10/7/2018 at 7:46 AM, Ann_T said:

Cooked the bacon on the bake steam setting in the CSO.

 

@Ann_T, may I ask what temp you use for the CSO steam-bake bacon?  And do you put it flat on a pan or up on a rack?

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Chinese style steamed egg, two ways - sesame, sesame oil, white soy sauce. Dark soy sauce, oyster sauce, vinegar, scallions.

Served with hot ginger rice. 

 

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A tad too tender for my taste, so less liquid next time. Also, I should let the mixture sit onger, as the first batch still had bubbles in it.

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Galbi kimbap for breakfast; I had some beautiful boneless wagyu beef short ribs, that I marinated in soy sauce, garlic, honey, crushed Nashi pear, black pepper and sesame oil and grilled.

 

Rolled up in toasted seaweed with kimchi rice, shredded cucumber and green onion, and old fermented kimchi; brushed in sesame oil and sprinkled with sesame seeds.

 

Galbi kimbap.

 

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A couple of large pork and shiitake baozi.

 

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Oh gosh I so miss my Vietnamese baozi source- perfect fluffy dough with that funky kinda sweet sausage, salted egg, and pork/leek - Oh!!!!

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