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Old 11-17-2019, 12:42 PM   #6081
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Piece of freshly toasted, yeasty, home made bread, topped with two poached eggs, gently cooked in butter in the poaching pan. My Grandpa had a hing pan with the removable poaching cups when I was a child. When I would sleep over at my grandparents, I would get two poached eggs on toast, a half grapefruit, or big wedge of cantaloupe, and a tall glass of cold milk, fresh from a local dairy and delivered in bottles to the doorstep. I felt comforted, loved, and special in that home. My Grandfather also taught me the pancake jingle that I passed on to my children, and grandchildren; "Pancakes are delicious, pancakes are so fine, I ought-ta know, 'cause I like 'em so, that I eat 'em all the time." Eating those poached eggs from the poaching pan not only gies me a tasty breakfast, but takes me back in time to that very special home. How can a breakfast get any better than that?

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Old 11-22-2019, 09:51 AM   #6082
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Cheesy Three-Egg Scramble with Onions & Sweet Peppers - Adolescent Yukons, Fried in Butter... Ketchup


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Old 11-22-2019, 12:17 PM   #6083
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Sauteed Russian kale (it is still available in the garden) to which I added some grated beet, also from the garden, garlic, grated carrot, tomato (put up in September), a poached egg (thanks to Miss Betty White), and pan-fried, melt-in-your-mouth red potatoes also from the garden, topped with some fersh parsley. Yum, yum, yum.
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Old 12-03-2019, 10:03 AM   #6084
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Oats and Eggs

Felt like a big breakfast this morning.
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Old 12-03-2019, 10:54 AM   #6085
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DH hit me with this first thing this morning. "I have a surprise for you but don't think it will work". Then he goes on to tell me about this recipe for Apple Raisin Bread that he is making. (First time making bread or anything involving yeast, pretty brave of him). He just now put it in the oven. Will let you all know later how it turns out.
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Old 12-03-2019, 11:18 AM   #6086
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Chorizo and egg burro.

This is such a quick and easy breakfast. I cook off the chorizo and freeze off what I don't use the first time. When I freeze it, I put it into a dish that I can use a butter knife and slice it into individual servings. When I grab it out of the freezer even though the sections have come back together it still breaks off in those section. 20 seconds in the microwave for a single serving and it's ready to go into some eggs.
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Old 12-03-2019, 12:09 PM   #6087
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DH hit me with this first thing this morning. "I have a surprise for you but don't think it will work". Then he goes on to tell me about this recipe for Apple Raisin Bread that he is making. (First time making bread or anything involving yeast, pretty brave of him). He just now put it in the oven. Will let you all know later how it turns out.
This turned out to be more like an apple upside down cake than a bread. Whatever it was, it turned out to be very tasty.
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