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Breakfast! 2018


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A sortta frittata

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I crisped up one very thin slice of bacon from a package of bacon ends then tossed the leftover raw asparagus salad I posted about from Six Seasons (I had set the salad aside before adding the mint leaves) into the pan long enough to take the chill off it, added 2 beaten eggs and some of that nice Vault No5 cheese from TJ's .

The salad had breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese and walnuts that I thought might stick so I didn't try to flip, just put the pan Into the CSO long enough to set the eggs then sprinkled the crispy bacon on top.  

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 Mushroom omelet and an apple. 

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Anna Nielsen aka "Anna N"

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2 hours ago, rotuts said:

" something Red , dry , with No Oak in that Juice Glass for you ?

Why didn't I think of that.   

Thanks @blue_dolphin.

 

@kayb, it really did.   

 

And we started this morning off with dinner. 

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Moe and I shared a platter of Wings,

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Rings and Roasted Potatoes. With TBQ dipping sauce for the wings.   The potatoes and the wings were both cooked in the CSO.  I find if I roast the potatoes first 

on the Bake Steam setting and put them on top of the CSO while the chicken roasts, they stay warm.   And another 3 minutes in the oven when the wings come out. 

 

I had some buttermilk to use up so I soaked the rings for a couple of hours in the buttermilk before tossing with seasoned flour.

 

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1 hour ago, moesurf said:

Eggs Benedict on an English muffin with "European Style" bacon. It's become a weekend habit.

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Welcome to the eG boards @moesurf. You have made an impressive start. D

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The real breakfast of champions. Fried onions and leftover calves’ liver served over doggy-bag Japanese rice. 

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 Bacon, fried egg, blistered tomatoes and fried bread. 

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Leftovers here as well.  

Yesterday's Comforting Cabbage, Onion and Farro Soup from Six Seasons becomes today's breakfast.

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The already thick soup absorbed most of the broth overnight so instead of adding more, I just topped it with a crispy fried egg, green onions and a nice big spoonful of Sambal Oelek

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