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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast (and strat's talk about Puffins)
PostPosted: Thu August 03, 2017 5:03 pm 
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Glowing rhubarb endorsement, 'zanda. :thumbsup:

:haha: I love the stuff, but I can't pretend it's super complex. That smoked rhubarb amaro, on the other hand...

Now you're talking


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It requires so much sugar to taste any good that it winds up tasting sort of like celery and sugar.

Interesting. I've long wondered if there's any similarity between the two since it looks like red/purple celery.


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washing machine wrote:
tragabigzanda wrote:
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Glowing rhubarb endorsement, 'zanda. :thumbsup:

:haha: I love the stuff, but I can't pretend it's super complex. That smoked rhubarb amaro, on the other hand...

Now you're talking

I'm intrigued by your "egg inside a pepper" trick, I've never had that before. I'll have to try it soon.


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tragabigzanda wrote:
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Glowing rhubarb endorsement, 'zanda. :thumbsup:

:haha: I love the stuff, but I can't pretend it's super complex. That smoked rhubarb amaro, on the other hand...

Now you're talking

I'm intrigued by your "egg inside a pepper" trick, I've never had that before. I'll have to try it soon.

Super basic cooking technique, but great.


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Omelet with onion, jalapeño, spinach and fresh grated cheese with about 3 rashers of bacon


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Wease, you're the best breakfast guy I know.


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Thanks! It is the most important meal of the day. And I only get to have what I want without worrying about anyone else once a week. If that sometimes. I have to make it count.


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Thanks! It is the most important meal of the day. And I only get to have what I want without worrying about anyone else once a week. If that sometimes. I have to make it count.

Ha, great second point. I love my breakfast cooking time. It's the one hour of the day that I'm guaranteed peace, quiet and podcasts.


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Thanks! It is the most important meal of the day. And I only get to have what I want without worrying about anyone else once a week. If that sometimes. I have to make it count.

Ha, great second point. I love my breakfast cooking time. It's the one hour of the day that I'm guaranteed peace, quiet and podcasts.

Getting rid of kids AND Mrs Wease for the night! Now I get TWO breakfasts! What should I have tomorrow that's low carb?


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Try my egg in a bell pepper basket technique. Enjoy alongside some jalapeño bacon and a yogurt parfait.


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Try my egg in a bell pepper basket technique. Enjoy alongside some jalapeño bacon and a yogurt parfait.

Jalapeño bacon? Educate me. Please.


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Coat the bacon in oil then mix up some minced jalapeños into some garlicky dry rub. Go to town.


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Coat the bacon in oil then mix up some minced jalapeños into some garlicky dry rub. Go to town.

Oh man!!


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Here's a bacon idea if you've not tried it. Take the bacon slices and dredge them in flour. Just like you would a pork chop or cube steak. You can season it first if you want. I usually do black pepper and cayenne. After you dredge it, fry it. A deep fryer works best, but we don't have one so I use oil in a skillet. Fry until golden brown.

As soon as I lose more weight and get off this low-carb thing, I'm making this again. It's been too long.


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I might try that with pancakes tomorrow and make a good old fashioned Sunday breakfast.


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I'm envious


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Steak & onions and eggs. Steak is leftover filet from last night


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Acai bowl w/frozen banana, blueberries, acai, coconut milk, maca powder, moringa powder, ground flax and shredded coconut; chocolate croissant; cappuccino (coconut milk); blue-green algae pill. A real showdown on the deck between my cat Wally and the dogs on the adjacent deck. A yellowjacket hovering about. Nice morning.


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Pie and coffee for breakfast today, team.


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Coffee and cold press hash .... day off 8-)


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