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Breakfast 2021


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Yesterday was Significant Eater's birthday, so I started it off with one of her favorites (other than a giant breakfast burrito from the Frontier, which wasn't happening).

 

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But blueberry pancakes were. For not making pancakes often, and for not making them in a long time, these came out really good. Mine even had some banana.

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@weinoo, those look perfect, I like the size, too. I had plain Fage yogurt with some homemade fig compote that I had in the freezer since September.

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48 minutes ago, BeeZee said:

@weinoo, those look perfect, I like the size, too. I had plain Fage yogurt with some homemade fig compote that I had in the freezer since September.

 

Thanks...I get around 12-14 pancakes using 125 grams of flour.

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Good LORD!  I’m looking at these recent breakfasts and thinking that I need to step up my game. 

 

Some of my recent breakfasts

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Bread machine bread and IP eggs.

 

I had fasting bloodwork done on Thursday morning and treated myself to a bagel:

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Sausage, egg, and cheese on an ET.

 

Saturday was our 39th wedding anniversary and with the pandemic still on and both of us only half vaccinated, we opted for a day-long drive like we did last year.  We started in Richmond with bagels.  Mine was sausage, egg, and cheese on an ET again and Mr. Kim had a sad looking, but good tasting cinnamon raisin with butter:

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In January, we ordered 3 large panettone from Amazon.  I sliced them up on Sunday to dry out a little and made French toast for the freezer on Monday:

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Many future breakfasts cooked and cooling:

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A sample:

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It was very good.

 

Breakfast that morning:

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Bread machine bread and scrambled eggs.

 

We went this morning to the Cremation Society to pay for and make arrangements for our “final” stuff.  Prices are about to go up and we know what we want (the bare minimum – I will haunt anyone who tries to throw me a funeral that costs thousands of dollars).  Got breakfast at a little breakfast shop on the way home.  I got the sausage biscuit and gravy with Cheddar tots:

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These are amazing.

 

Mr. Kim got the scrambled egg and country ham biscuit:

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We waited until we got home to share a crème brûlée doughnut:

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The top is a shattery disk of sugar and it’s filled with cream, but we finished it quickly when we got to that part.

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Pearl barley congee with spinach and miso. Shiitake and champignon fried in butter, toasted walnuts, egg with chili oil.

 

 

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Test run ... 

 

Eggs Benedict

 

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Eggs Norvegienne 

 

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“Sausage McMuffin” (because the upper two varieties were not that much 🤭)

 

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5 hours ago, Duvel said:

“Sausage McMuffin”

Gives a whole new meaning to the words!

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Tuesday.  I can’t believe I have to follow @Ann_T with my ham slice and my delicious, but inferior, toast.  Not to mention those EGGS❤️!!!

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Billy Bread and leftover ham.

 

Yesterday:

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The last of the Billy Bread, some ham scraps from the freezer, and scrambled eggs with cheese.

 

My egg this morning:

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It freaked Mr. Kim right out.  He thought something was coming OUT of the egg.  LOLOLOLOL.  Tried out a method to poach an egg in the microwave.  Needs some work:

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Served with Belgian waffles (purchased):

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5 hours ago, Kim Shook said:

Tuesday.  I can’t believe I have to follow @Ann_T with my ham slice and my delicious, but inferior, toast.  Not to mention those EGGS❤️!!!

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Billy Bread and leftover ham.

 

Yesterday:

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The last of the Billy Bread, some ham scraps from the freezer, and scrambled eggs with cheese.

 

My egg this morning:

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It freaked Mr. Kim right out.  He thought something was coming OUT of the egg.  LOLOLOLOL.  Tried out a method to poach an egg in the microwave.  Needs some work:

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Served with Belgian waffles (purchased):

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For the first time ever in my life, this morning's amazon delivery featured an egg with feather.  They were on sale.

 

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5 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

For the first time ever in my life, this morning's amazon delivery featured an egg with feather.

 

My eggs regularly come with the odd feather. But then we don't have that ridiculous egg-washing ritual that American eggs go through, rendering them requiring refrigeration.

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Aldi // TJ's breakfast :

 

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sorry no mise

 

Aldi Brioche HD buns 

 

Aldi  cut in 1/2  Bavarian Bratwursts 

 

sliced 1/2  ie One Brat = two items above 

 

why ?  less NaCl // mouth gobble

 

red onions, minced

 

TJ's  dijon mustard + Tj's  sweet chili sauce , mixed together 

 

[ed.:  this is a simpler way to make your own ' Honey Mustard '  I do have real honey

 

this is simpler.  TJ's  Pepper Jelly works well here too ]

 

Micro the split sausage for , 45 sec ?

 

torch for Mallirad good-ness

 

micro the buns , 10 sec or so , for ' steam-buns '

 

then assemble 

 

delicious it was

 

however , I wonder if plain buns might be better ?

 

we will see.

 

the ' Sweet-spicy-Dijon makes this '' dish ""

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3 hours ago, Kim Shook said:

My MIL makes Hot Cross Buns every year and stocks friends and family's freezers with them.  This year's batch was especially good:

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That looks wonderful. I don't have a sweet tooth, but I do like hot cross buns. No chance here. I haven't had one in about 25 years!

 

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