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Breakfast 2020!


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On 2/17/2020 at 4:13 AM, Kim Shook said:

I’d love the recipe, if you would care to share.

No problem.

Just for the two of us so it went a little something like this;

 

1 cup SR flour

1tbspn Baking powder

1 cup milk

1 egg

large tbspn caster sugar

pinch of salt and a dash of vanilla.

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Breakfasts from the past few days.

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Yesterday morning started off with a cappuccino at 4:00AM with a butter tart made by a friend's mom.

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Followed by burgers and fries a few hours later. 

 

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Sunday, I put a pot of Pork Bolognese sauce on early morning.  And Moe spaghetti for breakfast.

 

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Valentine's day Breakfast - Greek Ribs.  

 

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On 2/18/2020 at 9:46 AM, Ann_T said:

Breakfasts from the past few days.

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Yesterday morning started off with a cappuccino at 4:00AM with a butter tart made by a friend's mom.

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Followed by burgers and fries a few hours later. 

 

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Sunday, I put a pot of Pork Bolognese sauce on early morning.  And Moe spaghetti for breakfast.

 

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Valentine's day Breakfast - Greek Ribs.  

 

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I think you may have accidentally posted these pictures in the Breakfast thread, instead of the Dinner thread. Those dinners look great.

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These look like great ways to greet the day.    I have no sweet tooth, so I add salt and butter to my oatmeal.    Having the option of burgers, all of the faces of bolognese, ribs for breakfast?  I'd set my alarm for these!  

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1 hour ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

These look like great ways to greet the day.    I have no sweet tooth, so I add salt and butter to my oatmeal.    Having the option of burgers, all of the faces of bolognese, ribs for breakfast?  I'd set my alarm for these!  

 

 

Had I the option I wouldn't set my alarm for anything.  However I'd gladly stay up late for an @Ann_T breakfast.

 

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A glass of green glop for my breakfast today.  Or maybe I should channel Gwyneth Paltrow and call it Goop?

The Avocado and Cardamom Smoothie from A Modern Cook's Year seemed like a reasonable way to use up a too-ripe avocado. 

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I added some tofu to the mix to boost the protein.  Not bad, though I will be more diligent about my avocados in the future.  A lovely avocado should not come to this end. 

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1 hour ago, blue_dolphin said:

A glass of green glop for my breakfast today.

Four times…… I tell you four times…… I had to make sure it was you posting. I can’t believe things have come to this. 😂

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3 minutes ago, Anna N said:

Four times…… I tell you four times…… I had to make sure it was you posting. I can’t believe things have come to this. 😂

 

I do have a Fried Chicken Liver Po'boy planned for a late lunch, does that help?  🙃

Was going to move it up to breakfast but the livers were still too frozen and in need of a buttermilk bath so I took pity on the poor avocado. 

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Escarole Salad with Crispy Pimentón Chickpeas and a Runny Egg from Melissa Clark's Dinner Changing the Game 

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I crisped the chickpeas in a skillet rather than in the oven and used a boiled egg instead of fried.

Also,  the recipe calls for 2 teaspoons of sherry vinegar to 5 tablespoons of oil.  That's not enough.  I used 2 T vinegar. 

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15 minutes ago, blue_dolphin said:

Also,  the recipe calls for 2 teaspoons of sherry vinegar to 5 tablespoons of oil.  That's not enough.  I used 2 T vinegar. 

'I really like Melissa but her oil/vinegar ratios need adjustment for me as well.

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Fried egg and toasted beery, cheesy, oniony quick bread. 

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1 hour ago, Duvel said:

My in-laws arrived yesterday night from Spain, so we had a “full” German-style family breakfast ...

WOW

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43 minutes ago, heidih said:

@Duvel What is with the donuts?!  Times change!


These are Berliner. Typically they would contain plum or raspberry jam, but these were selected by the little one and were filled with vanilla custard (white ones) and the yellow one contained “Advocaat”. There are in season now for the Carnival and will disappear next Wednesday, and since I am all into seasonal food ...

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20 minutes ago, Duvel said:


These are Berliner. Typically they would contain plum or raspberry jam, but these were selected by the little one and were filled with vanilla custard (white ones) and the yellow one contained “Advocaat”. There are in season now for the Carnival and will disappear next Wednesday, and since I am all into seasonal food ...

 

The sprinkles fooled me. Thanks for the explanation. Of course we had the fried doughnuts for Fastnacht - oddly with a coin slipped inside one? Reminds me of the baby in the King Cake in NOLA

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