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Made a little scramble this morning with chorizo, potato and eggs. Served with some warm corn tortillas and some french press coffee. Great way to start the day.
 
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Glenn, I love savory/spicy breakfasts with good strong coffee. If I'm out for breakfast and I see a skillet that has jalapenos and/or fresh chopped salsa incorporated, I have a hard time resisting.
 
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Bill, I agree. If jalapenos and coffee cannot wake you up, there is a problem!
 
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Made a little scramble this morning with chorizo, potato and eggs. Served with some warm corn tortillas and some french press coffee. Great way to start the day.


You can make breakfast for me any day, GlennK!!

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Tomorrow pork chops, applewood smoked bacon with fresh fruit and waffles with blueberry sauce.
 
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Made a little scramble this morning with chorizo, potato and eggs. Served with some warm corn tortillas and some french press coffee. Great way to start the day.


You can make breakfast for me any day, GlennK!!

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Only if you put out the night before… Razz

Yesterday I went to a local farmers market and picked up some fresh eggs and veggies. Used the veggies last night in a stir fry and one of the eggs this morning. Pan fried the egg so it got just a little crispy on the bottom, but the yolk was still nice and gooey after a little prick with the fork. Served over a thick slice of sourdough toast from a loaf I picked up yesterday at a local bakery. Not a bad way to start a work day.
 
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Made a little scramble this morning with chorizo, potato and eggs. Served with some warm corn tortillas and some french press coffee. Great way to start the day.


You can make breakfast for me any day, GlennK!!

PH
Only if you put out the night before… Razz


Eek How about I just do dishes?? LOL

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This morning: Leftover fruit tart with frangipane filling. Better on Day 2 and better still day 3. I will not have any knowledge of how it would fare on day 4...


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Grapefruit and a Calabrese sausage. Smile
 
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2 strips of thick sliced applewood smoked bacon. 2 slices of 9-grain toast. 2 perfectly cooked over easy eggs. Have been using Eggland's Best eggs lately. They're expensive, but so good. Consistent size, perfect and very dark yolks. Delicious. I still use generic eggs for baking and recipes where the eggs get incorporated into a mixture, but when eating eggs solo these things rock.

Oh...and a bloody mary to pre-game for the Redskins game. Cool

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Vanilla bean yogurt with home made granola mixed in.


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Scrambled eggs with tomato, ham and cheese
 
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Have been using Eggland's Best eggs lately. They're expensive, but so good. Consistent size, perfect and very dark yolks. Delicious.
We use those as well when we can’t find fresh farm eggs. Consistently really good quality. I think eggs and chicken are two things that most home cooks take for granted, but if you buy quality you can really upgrade the taste and texture of what you are eating. When I was younger and much poorer I would buy the frozen chicken from costco and basically thought chicken was supposed to be tasteless as I didn’t know any better. Now I buy good free range air chilled birds and the difference is night and day.
 
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Big +1 on air chilled chicken. The difference is noticeable.

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After consuming too much wine last night, a large breakfast was in order today...once I finally got out of bed. Therefore...

Four slices of bacon, three eggs, shredded potatoes, and two slices of wheat toast (each with I Can't Believe It's Not Butter (Light) and Smuckers Low Sugar Strawberry Jam).

Woot


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Organic cornmeal mush with browned organic garlic butter, organic thick 2% yogurt and diced pickled jalapenos. The peppers were organic too...
 
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Organic cornmeal mush


Yum. LOL

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On the total opposite end of the breakfast spectrum from organic cornmeal mush..... Wink

Sausage gravy on homemade buttermilk biscuits.
Scrambled eggs.
Bloody Mary.

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Beef stew served over broad noodles. Yup, for breakfast. Needed something to warm me up before going to DnV's soccer game that was played in the wind and rain.


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Pumpkin pancakes with pecans, and pork sausage links.
 
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After playing golf on Friday and Saturday my back was more sore than normal, so I took a rare Sunday off from golf and headed to the beach for breakfast. Lemon and blueberry ricotta pancakes, scrambled eggs, breakfast potatoes and sourdough toast hit the spot after a long walk in the sand.
 
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Crepes with orange marmalade and homemade hibiscus flower jam.
 
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Simple. Eggo Low fat Multigrain waffles with rael maple syrup


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creamcheese with a side of bagel


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Organic cornmeal mush with browned organic garlic butter, organic thick 2% yogurt and diced pickled jalapenos. The peppers were organic too...


Well, as long as it's organic, it must be good...


Cheers!
 
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