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Breakfast! 2018

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1 hour ago, liuzhou said:

小笼包 (xiǎo lóng bāo) with yellow sriracha.

 

 

 

Is the yellow one made with the spicier chile we refer to in the West as habanero?

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5 hours ago, heidih said:

Is the yellow one made with the spicier chile we refer to in the West as habanero?

 

The ingredients list doesn't specify which variety of chilli it is - in any of the five languages on the bottle. Most just say 'chillies'. The Chinese says 'yellow chillies'.

 

It is this brand, available from Amazon in the US.

To my palate, it isn't particularly hot (I don't know what your reference point is when describing a chilli as 'spicier') and somewhat sweet and sour, but not excessively sweet as so many can be. Both the bottle and the Amazon page says it is 100% chilli, which is nonsense. It also contains sugar, vinegar, salt and garlic as is made clear in the ingredients lists. The Thai says it is 53% chilli.
 


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Making use of some of the bounty left by Santa at my house yesterday. (here) 

 

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Chawanmushi and a pepperoni musubi. 

 

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 Need to work on my chawanmushi technique.  Added to my project list for 2019  – Perfect chawanmushi!

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Christmas breakfast with my Jewish MIL and Chinese DIL.  Gefilte fish and fried rice.  Naturally.

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Breakfast casserole and leftover fruit from Saturday.

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Don't ask. Eat it.

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Re-heated “doggie bag” of Filipino noodles.  An excellent way to start the day.   

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2 hours ago, Anna N said:

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Re-heated “doggie bag” of Filipino noodles.  An excellent way to start the day.   

What's the olive-green sphere just to the left of the pork rind?


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2 hours ago, MelissaH said:

What's the olive-green sphere just to the left of the pork rind?

Calamansi. 

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CIA breakfast. (Cover it all.). 

 

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 Miso soup and chawanmushi.  The chawanmushi remains a work in progress. 

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25 minutes ago, IowaDee said:

Love your fancy pants carrots!

Thanks. Not too bad considering I did them at 5 AM!  But don’t be too, too impressed. I did use a vegetable cutter.

 

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Poached eggs on little beds of rehydrated porcini mushrooms sautéed in butter and dry sherry, on toasted English muffins, scrapple and a generous portion of fresh, hot salsa.

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5 minutes ago, Ann_T said:

 

Chicken Fried rice for Moe's breakfast.

 

I'm taking the same to work for lunch. 

Am I the only one who wonders what Moe does for lunch?

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22 hours ago, Katie Meadow said:

Am I the only one who wonders what Moe does for lunch?

@Katie Meadow, it depends.  If it is a day I don't work, I tend to make "breakfast" a little later in the morning so then he doesn't need lunch.   I'm not really a breakfast person.   

But on days that I work, and he has dinner for breakfast early , he will often just pick at something, like crackers and cheese or a bowl of soup or cereal if he gets hungry.

  Moe doesn't cook.

 

The advantage to being an earlier riser, usually between 3:00 and 4:00 AM is lots of time to cook in the morning. 

 

I presalted a half turkey breast on Friday and roasted it this morning.

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Made Moe a roast turkey dinner with all the trimmings.    

Another work day for me so I'll take it for lunch.  

 

 

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7 hours ago, liuzhou said:

Fresh ramen with pork.

Looks tasty but I’m struggling to understand the pork. Can you expand a bit on what cut it is and how it is prepared?  


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18 minutes ago, Anna N said:

Looks tasty but I’m struggling to understand the pork. Can you expand a bit on what cut it is and how it is prepared?  

 

It's thin slices of tenderloin, simply pan fried with black pepper and salt.


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