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Breakfast 2021


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12 hours ago, liuzhou said:

"Caviar Balls in Fish Broth"

 

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The 'balls' are actually dumpling wrappers made from glutinous rice.  Inside is a mixture of surimi and Peruvian flying fish roe.

 

I found them a bit bland and glutinous rice isn't really my thing, so an experiment unlikely to be repeated.

 

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But they sure are pretty!

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I'd made a loaf of gf bread Saturday, so I sliced it this morning and made myself a grilled cheese and bacon sandwich. Didn't think to take a picture.

 

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Don't ask. Eat it.

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On 2/7/2021 at 6:10 PM, heidih said:

Um with the lettuce inside on comal?!?

 Yes, in the time it takes the roll to toast on all sides the lettuce doesn’t get too wilted 

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Chicken Vegetable Rice soup with toasted homemade baguette.
Simmered a pot of chicken broth Tuesday, overnight, and then refrigerated all day Wednesday. Scooped off the fat and made a pot of soup before bed last night.
Moe had a bowl for breakfast and I'm taking soup to work for lunch.

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Moe was scrolling through FB early this morning and saw a post about Chicken Fingers.
Lucky for him, I had a couple of chicken breasts that had been destined for dinner that became breakfast.
Marinated in yogurt with fresh garlic. Flour seasoned with salt, pepper and half a cup of fresh breadcrumbs.
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Oh and he also wanted french fries.
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23 minutes ago, liuzhou said:

brouillade

I had to look it up but they lost me at unctuosity.

Here.

 

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unctuosity: meaning the state of being unctuous

DOH!!!!!

I cannot believe, someone (well lots actually) actually put this on the net as a meaning.

 

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52 minutes ago, Bernie said:

unctuosity: meaning the state of being unctuous

DOH!!!!!

I cannot believe, someone (well lots actually) actually put this on the net as a meaning.

 

 

"unctuosity" has been used in English since at least 1398 with precisely the same definition.

 

1398 Trevisa Barth De P.R. xix. xxxiii. (Bodl. MS.), For vnctuosite leide to þe tunge openeþ swiþe & dissolueþ, & sotel substaunce entreþ ful swiþe.

 

Nothing to do with the net! Google was still trying to invent the abacus then!

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Yesterday I had an ET bagel w/ smoked salmon cream cheese and the last of those dreadful looking eggs:

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😠 Those were the worst in the batch. 

 

Made some of the bacon and Parm drop scones that @blue_dolphin made and recommended:

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They were really good.

 

This morning, I topped them with my best-ever poached eggs and served with Benton’s bacon:

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I really was proud of these eggs:

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3 hours ago, Ann_T said:
Made my favourite tuna sandwich for us both this morning for a late breakfast.
 
The Pickle Barrel restaurant in Toronto called this their Norman Tuna Sandwich.
 
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Served on pumpernickel with sliced onion and tomato.

 

Tuna was named Norman?  Charlie the Tuna is pretty sketchy, so Norman sounds better.

 

Or invaders of England had tuna sandwiches?

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1 minute ago, gfweb said:

Tuna was named Norman?  Charlie the Tuna is pretty sketchy, so Norman sounds better.

Or invaders of England had tuna sandwiches?

Yes interesting sandwich name. What was its specialness? Poor Charlie just felt misunderstood and underappreciated. That was a great marketing campaign. 

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6 minutes ago, gfweb said:

Tuna was named Norman?  Charlie the Tuna is pretty sketchy, so Norman sounds better.

 

Or invaders of England had tuna sandwiches?

The Pickle Barrel was a Jewish Deli.  Not sure who Norman was, but if I had to guess it was probably someone that worked at the restaurant at some point

and the sandwich, not the tuna was named after him.   

 

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