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Breakfast 2021


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12 minutes ago, blue_dolphin said:

I wanted the pickled cherries to be distinct but they tend to slide out

 

Nothing better than a good game of 'chase the cherries' to get you going in the morning.

Stunning sandwich.

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18 hours ago, Kim Shook said:

Between @David Ross' huckleberry pancakes and @Ann_T's blueberry ones that’s what were having for dinner tonight.  And @Ann_T, that is the yummiest looking meatball sandwich I’ve ever seen. 

 

This morning:

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That is one nice toasted English Muffin.

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Big light and fluffy pancakes for Sunday morning.

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Butter, cinnamon sugar and maple syrup and cream for mine.  Sugar and lemon juice for the Wench. 

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Keeping it simple these days. 

 

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Frittata of smoked salmon, tomatoes and scallions.

 

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Frittata of broccoli, cheddar and scallions.

 

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All served with something toasted (bagels, bialys, whatevs) and some fruit.

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BLT (the bacon is being a bit shy and hiding), served on a 白吉饼 (bái jí bǐng) a type of flatbread from Xi'an.

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Now everything is hiding except the bread.

 

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@robirdstx – great looking BLT.  I haven’t had one yet this year.  It seems that when I have a good tomato, I don’t have bacon and vice versa!  Or I have both of them but the lettuce is brown!  I need to get my sh*t together or I’m gonna miss the boat! 😁

 

Saturday was Mr. Kim’s BD.  Since we are still trying to be safe and not spend too much time around folks whose vax status we don’t know, we took a drive out to the Northern Neck of VA (along the Rappahannock River) and just wandered around.  We had breakfast at Cold Harbor Restaurant in Mechanicsville.  Just an old, classic breakfast and lunch café.  I had eggs, sausage links, rye toast, and hashbrowns:

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Jessica had biscuits and gravy:

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Mr. Kim had corned beef hash, eggs, and a biscuit:

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Yesterday:

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Ace Baguette Bagel, IP eggs, and strawberries.  The bagels are a new-to-me brand.  They have a great texture, but the ET seasoning is a little sparse, so I just added some to the cream cheese.

 

This morning:

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Packaged Belgian waffles with @David Ross’ mascarpone butter and IP eggs.

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4 minutes ago, Kim Shook said:

@robirdstx – great looking BLT.  I haven’t had one yet this year.  It seems that when I have a good tomato, I don’t have bacon and vice versa!  Or I have both of them but the lettuce is brown!  I need to get my sh*t together or I’m gonna miss the boat! 😁

 

Saturday was Mr. Kim’s BD.  Since we are still trying to be safe and not spend too much time around folks whose vax status we don’t know, we took a drive out to the Northern Neck of VA (along the Rappahannock River) and just wandered around.  We had breakfast at Cold Harbor Restaurant in Mechanicsville.  Just an old, classic breakfast and lunch café.  I had eggs, sausage links, rye toast, and hashbrowns:

IMG_6763.jpg.ca8c5c8e3717e25215368766ad1b7fae.jpg

 

Jessica had biscuits and gravy:

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Mr. Kim had corned beef hash, eggs, and a biscuit:

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Yesterday:

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Ace Baguette Bagel, IP eggs, and strawberries.  The bagels are a new-to-me brand.  They have a great texture, but the ET seasoning is a little sparse, so I just added some to the cream cheese.

 

This morning:

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Packaged Belgian waffles with @David Ross’ mascarpone butter and IP eggs.

I bet you liked the mascarpone butter as much as I do. 

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15 hours ago, Ann_T said:

 

Made a Norman Tuna Sandwich for sharing on baguette for breakfast.

 

I usually make it on rye or Pumpernickel.

 

I have no idea what Norman Tuna means, but I'd eat that. Beautiful.

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9 hours ago, liuzhou said:

 

I have no idea what Norman Tuna means, but I'd eat that. Beautiful.

 

2 hours ago, blue_dolphin said:

 

My first thought was that Moe's going to be jealous of Norman!

The Norman tuna sandwich was on the menu at the Pickel Barrel  restaurant in Toronto.  Usually served on Pumpernickel. 

 

I've been promising Moe an apple pie but it has been too hot to bake.
It was cool this morning so I had time to bake before leaving for work.
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Baked mini apple pies.
 
This way he can have one as breakfast dessert as soon as they cool down enough to bite into.
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19 minutes ago, Ann_T said:

The Norman tuna sandwich was on the menu at the Pickel Barrel  restaurant in Toronto.  Usually served on Pumpernickel. 

 

OK. Thanks. But I'm none the wiser. Who or where or what is Norman and what is his relationship with tuna?

 

My cousin is called Norman, so I asked him. He denies everything!

 

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3 minutes ago, liuzhou said:

 

OK. Thanks. But I'm none the wiser. Who or where or what is Norman and what is his relationship with tuna?

 

My cousin is called Norman, so I asked him. He denies everything!

 

I was so curious I launched a major research effort including the infamous Pickle Barrel where I have eaten many times in the past. But not tuna that’s for damn sure.:smile:

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