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Breakfast 2019

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1/2 pb&j.  Just right.

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Nothing is better than frying in lard.

Nothing.  Do not quote me on this.

 

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@blue_dolphin

 

nice. very nice ..

 

I hope your plan was to Lick the Plate

 

or the granite 

 

Im not sure how the MoneyEggShot became 

 

popular here

 

but not mater

 

Id have knifed out that delicious yolky center

 

and have the Chef enjoy it Personally for all the work,

 

just saying

 

guess there are smoke Fine Folks Here

 

that enjoy liking the plate !

 

sure you got everything ?

 

I just the 100 % system I have :

 

my mouth 

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11 minutes ago, rotuts said:

nice. very nice ..

 

I hope your plan was to Lick the Plate

 

I can assure you that I ate all the egg!  Next time, I will scale this down to a smaller, personal pizza.  I've got some egg-less leftover slices!

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23 minutes ago, rotuts said:

@blue_dolphin

I hope your plan was to Lick the Plate

Anecdote alert:  Granddaughter was visiting @ around age 4.    She had just finished eating something she thought yummy and asked, "Ama, is it okay to lick the plate?"   I told her that it was ok to lick her plate at Ama's house, and maybe at her own, but never at a friend's house or a restaurant.    Thinking this cute of her, I told her mother, who was silent for several very long seconds before  bellowing, "NOooooo,   It is NEVER okay to lick your plate.   EVER.   ANYPLACE!"      Lost my cred with that one.

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Great story.

 

So now, of course, it MUST be your life's work to serve the mom something so irresistible she can't help licking her own plate. :P

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24 minutes ago, chromedome said:

 

 

So now, of course, it MUST be your life's work to serve the mom something so irresistible she can't help licking her own plate. :P

 

To be honest, she's an easy sell and I'm quite sure I've seen her come close to inhaling off the plate.    But I have no quibble over how she has trained the kids.    Better a little inside the line than over it.    The latter comes naturally.      

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While still away on our overnight jaunt to Niagara on the Lake - had breakfast in the hotel restaurant. 

 

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I opted for the buffet - hubby chose the French toast which I neglected to get a picture of. 

 

Up top on the plate were Roma tomatoes - oven roasted with cheese on them. One was hot, one was not - they tasted like little pizzas. I quite enjoyed them.


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On 10/12/2019 at 12:26 PM, Margaret Pilgrim said:

Anecdote alert:  Granddaughter was visiting @ around age 4.    She had just finished eating something she thought yummy and asked, "Ama, is it okay to lick the plate?"   I told her that it was ok to lick her plate at Ama's house, and maybe at her own, but never at a friend's house or a restaurant.    Thinking this cute of her, I told her mother, who was silent for several very long seconds before  bellowing, "NOooooo,   It is NEVER okay to lick your plate.   EVER.   ANYPLACE!"      Lost my cred with that one.

That's why god invented bread. And dogs.

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15 hours ago, Katie Meadow said:

That's why god invented bread. And dogs.

 

Much as I love my pug Lucy, she ain't getting the remains of the runny yolk. She does love eggs, though; periodically I'll boil her one for a treat.

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1 hour ago, liuzhou said:

Bacon sandwich

 

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it kinda looks like a Chinese version of McDonald's mc muffin sandwiches but healthier 

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5 hours ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

Aebleskivers

Can you share the recipe? Please?


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5 hours ago, Anna N said:

Can you share the recipe? Please?

Gladly.     Aebleskiver recipe    

Unless you are feeding a crowd, a half recipe is enough for, say, four people.

Important issues:  Be sure cups are buttered each bake as indicated in the recipe.    Do not fill cups more that half way.    Same if you add a filling, like jam,.   A teaspoon is enough.

 

 


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7 minutes ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

Gladly.     Aebleskiver recipe    

Unless you are feeding a crowd, a half recipe is enough for, say, four people.

Important issues:  Be sure cups are buttered each bake as indicated in the recipe.    Do not fill cups more that half way.    Same if you add a filling, like jam,.   A teaspoon is enough.

 

 

Thank you. I hope to try these in a takoyaki pan.  Might be a few days before I actually get around to it. 

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Garlic naan with crumbled blue cheese, grated cheddar cheese and lots and lots of pepper. 

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Not at all my usual breakfast.

 

This is sold as 蜂蜜柚子茶 (fēng mì yòu zi chá), which means "honey pomelo tea".

 

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Basically, it's pomelo marmalade. Now, marmalade on toast isn't in any way Chinese, so instead, they mix a spoonful or so with hot water to make a drink.

 

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But I know better.

 

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Pomelo marmalade on toast.  (Yes, the bread has been lightly toasted.) Served with industrial strength black coffee.

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Oh usually this is marketed here as something to stir into hot water as a "tea"

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Slightly modified Lombarda pizza from Mastering Pizza

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Pizza sauce, hot Italian sausage, fresh mozzarella, egg & fresh thyme.  I subbed some grated Parm for the Bitto cheese specified and made it in a smaller size. 

The crust is a bit overdone but the egg is perfect!

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