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Breakfast 2024


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It’s just a fried egg on toast but fancied up with thyme, chives and sriracha to celebrate Saturday morning. 
 

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I had a busy last week and was off grid most of the time.

Doing daytrips to check out fishing spots, trails and foraging areas so made enough food for quick hearty breakfasts, lunches for the road and quick meals when getting back home.

Pulled pork and mushrooms, egg, aged cheddar and greens on WW bagel with cherries and gazpacho. The pulled pork, mushroom and egg was a great combination and I had this, with variations such as added tomato and/or different fruit, four times.

 

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This morning's much more relaxed breakfast. First breakfast of choclatine and coffee and second breakfast of Western sandwich of egg, ham, onion, bell and Thai chilis, chives, dill and Italian parsley.

 

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'A drink to the livin', a toast to the dead' Gordon Lightfoot

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32 minutes ago, rotuts said:

@blue_dolphin

 

thank you for the 5 page reference .

 

bookmarked them all .

 

looks excellent.

Thanks! Her site is very good but it’s not updated and has a lot of dead links so I figured it was best to share all of them!

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this is the prep for tomorrow's brunch (strawberry) crepes . . .

I only do these when local strawberries are available.  the 'small dice' is essential for a good rolled-up crepe....

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Breakfast this morning was a B. I don't mean that as a grade. it was an A, gradewise.

 

It  was a B because I didn't have any L or T and it was pouring with rain so I wasn't going out.

 

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His and Her Breakfasts.
 
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Poached eggs on toasted baguette with a side of peameal bacon for Moe and
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peameal bacon and tomato on toast for me.
 
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And yesterday's breakfast, 
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Chicken Pies and homemade fries and chicken gravy. 
 
The pies came from the butcher that I get the peameal bacon from.  
I bought a few for the freezer thinking they would be good for a dinner, but actually
they were perfect for breakfast. 
 
 
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Pad Thai frittata 

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Probably should have flipped this again for serving but, in any case, the contrast between the crispy, browned noodles on this side and the soft and tender ones on the other side and throughout was very enjoyable. 

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2 hours ago, Ann_T said:
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His and Her Breakfasts.
 
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...peameal bacon...
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...peameal bacon...

Thanks for teaching me this new term which I had to Google.    I now see where our (US) phrase "Canadian bacon"  comes from.

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3 hours ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

Thanks for teaching me this new term which I had to Google.    I now see where our (US) phrase "Canadian bacon"  comes from.

Margaret, there is a difference between Canadian Bacon/ Canadian Back Bacon and Peameal bacon.  Both made from the  same cut, a pork loin,

but the Canadian Bacon/Back Bacon is smoked.    Peameal bacon is wet cured and then rolled in cornmeal.  Rather than have the cooked texture

of the Canadian bacon, peameal bacon has a raw texture.  But fries up quickly.  And it is commonly roasted as well.  Although I prefer it fried.   

 

It isn't something found much outside of Ontario.  And the only time I ever saw it in the USA was when I lived in Grand Rapids back in the late 70's early 80's.   I had this wonderful butcher that I bought all my meats from and when I told him about Peameal bacon he was kind enough to find a supplier so I never had to do without.  

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Another B Breakfast. A BBBB. Batty Bloody Breakfast Butty.

 

血肠夹馍 (xuè cháng jiá mó), a classic Chinese dish I have just invented. Blood sausage in a Jiamo Bun*.

 

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Bun recipe in this post (scroll down).

 

 

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...your dancing child with his Chinese suit.

 

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Made a batch of sourdough last night with a biga started in the morning. 
Left on the counter overnight.
 
Divided the dough into a 500g pc for Matt to make a pizza later today,
and two 250g pieces for two small pizzas that I baked in the Ooni.
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Both pizzas out of the oven before 7:00 AM.
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One for Moe and I to share for breakfast and one to take to work. 
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Ong Choy, Tofu and Noodle Stir Fry from Hetty Lui McKinnon's Tenderheart

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I used more greens and less noodles than specified in the recipe and feel very smug for having started my day with greens 🙃

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