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Breakfast! 2018

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Home fries with onion, pan sautéed slices of corned pork tongue, blistered shishito peppers and a copious amount of fresh salsa. 

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Wings were suppose to be on the menu last night but got postponed until

this morning.

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Cooked on the grill

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with homemade potato chips.

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As whether was finally getting colder, we got a sort of heatwave (at least it's still much better than the summer weather).

 

Soba. Walnut dipping sauce (walnut, miso, vinegar, a touch of sugar). Sesame paste dipping sauce (with soy sauce, miso, mirin). Reduced soy dipping sauce (soy sauce, miso, vinegar, mirin). Scallions. Wassabi (we needed much more than shown in the picture).

It's a nice light make-ahead meal.

 

 

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Mr. Kim came home from a breakfast meeting this morning with leftover bacon (??????):

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Duck Fat Fried Egg and Savory Polenta

 

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This morning, I continued my pizza efforts with this Pizzetta Bianca from Polpo

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I thought the pizzette would go well with the Harissa and Manchego Omelette from Ottolenghi's new book, Simple but I ate most of it while I caramelized the onions for the omelet.  

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This is a 2 egg version (the recipe calls for 3 eggs/serving), cooked in a 6 1/2 inch cast iron skillet.

 

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I like the flavors of the harissa, caramelized onion, cheese and cilantro but can't help thinking that I might prefer this as a conventional omelet or maybe turned into a frittata with potatoes.

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@blue_dolphin

 

nice

 

Ive got  ..............

 

no matter

 

Picking up a new car tomorrow 

 

possible Scrapple , perfectly cooked w Eggs on Toast ?

 

depends on the MR

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Third morning in a row! This is the last of this batch of savory polenta. I will have to make more soon.

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22 hours ago, blue_dolphin said:

This morning, I continued my pizza efforts with this Pizzetta Bianca from Polpo

Pizza for breakfast! 😁 yummmm my favorite kind of breakfast. you and I will get along very very well

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Egg salad on little toasts

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This particular loaf of bread had big holes throughout so I used a judicious layer of speck so the egg salad didn't fall through. Very successful and tasty, too!

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Asparagus, Taleggio & Speck Pizzetta

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Recipe from Russell Norman's Polpo

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I got up rather late this morning, so made a Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich, which should get me to dinner time.


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Our usual breakfast includes a form of caffeinated beverage, and a form of bread.

 

Today it's: Triple-shot Ruta Maya medium roast 10-oz latte for my wife, and a triple-shot Ethiopia Werka light roast 5oz Cappuccino pour moi (across the table). 

 

For the bread: freshly baked CSO demi-baguettes, with salted butter and Bonne Maman raspberry jam.

 

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Virtual demi-baguette for you:

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Brunch.

Salad - Lima beans, green, arugula, roasted peppers, grated eggs, vinaigrette.

Grilled cheese with Gruyere, sauteed mushrooms and arugula.

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I should have taken a picture. A slice of King Arthur multi-grain toast, spread with peanut butter, topped with a sliced banana. If it's good enough for Elvis, it's good enough for me. Although I stop short of grilling mine, as one would grill a grilled cheese.

 

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1 hour ago, kayb said:

I should have taken a picture. A slice of King Arthur multi-grain toast, spread with peanut butter, topped with a sliced banana. If it's good enough for Elvis, it's good enough for me. Although I stop short of grilling mine, as one would grill a grilled cheese.

 

When I was about 7 years old living in Colorado, after a long morning of running around the side of a mountain playing with my friend, his mom made us grilled PBJ sandwiches.  She used the grilled cheese maker--you know what I'm talking about.  Kind of looked like a small panini maker except for no grooves inside.  Black with hunter orange accents and folded like a triangle I think?  Anyway, I had never fathomed such a wonderful delicacy existed.  When I bit into that warm, creamy, sweet sandwich, I thought I'd died and gone to heaven.  Mom says I talked about it for weeks.  Must have been memorable since I'm 44 now and still talking about it lol.

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I skipped the bread and put a blob of peanut butter directly on a banana this morning. It’s a classic.

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Eggs, Bacon, Sour Dough. HP to drown out the disaster that was deciding to top the eggs with unadvertised Corriander 🤮

Excessive Chinaware. 

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Beans, fried egg, ham.  Parsley is from the neighbor’s garden.  It is amazing how intensely flavored fresh parsley can be.

 

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Tsukimi soba. Soba noodles in broth with snow peas, an egg and sliced scallions. 

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Ham, home fries with onions and poached eggs on rye toast.

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Leftover ham and cheese quiche and home fries with onions. The fresh salsa was intended to go with the home fries, but I quickly discovered it went swimmingly with the quiche as well.

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Smashed Burgers and hand-cut double fried fries for breakfast yesterday.

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23 hours ago, Anna N said:

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Tsukimi soba. Soba noodles in broth with snow peas, an egg and sliced scallions. 

Wow ... very seasonal. October is tsukimi month !

 

Even Lotteria is carrying now tsukimi burger (with fried egg standing in for the full moon):

 

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