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Old 06-11-2016, 10:31 AM   #5041
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Breakfast the other morning at home
(but not for long! we're leaving the house after the movers finish packing us up next Tuesday and staying at a friend's place while she's away, but I'm going off topic, sorry),
Local-style (Hawaiian) Fried Rice. MMM!
This batch has Turkey Bacon, Turkey Sausage and Ham, along with some Sweet White Onions, Scramble eggs and Green Onions, all leftovers tidbits in the `fridge I just threw together.
Normally I would serve this with a fried egg on top, but they have been bothering both of our tummies of late, so...
What, no Spam! Now how can you call yourself a native Hawaiian if there's no spam?

I guess you could make a meal of fresh mahi mahi. Oh wait, you're in Arizona. But seriously, your breakfast looks good. Me, I had cantalope that I cut from the melon and ate like a slice of watermellon, and four sausage links, all washed down with ice-cold water. Not gourmet, but healthier than the world famous pancakes.

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Old 06-18-2016, 03:20 PM   #5042
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More brunch than breakfast I suppose. I call this "Birds in a Nest". Two eggs, sunny side up, on a bed of greens and mushrooms. In this case, the greens consist of tender sauteed pea shoots (a delicious farmers market find) seasoned with Tamari, ginger, and garlic.

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Old 06-18-2016, 04:15 PM   #5043
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I can't imagine anyone eating what the pic posted by the OP eats. The best I can do is toast a piece of rye bread. Generally I just have a cup of coffee until I make dinner. I only eat when I'm hungry.
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Old 06-18-2016, 08:37 PM   #5044
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What, no Spam! Now how can you call yourself a native Hawaiian if there's no spam?

I guess you could make a meal of fresh mahi mahi. Oh wait, you're in Arizona. But seriously, your breakfast looks good. Me, I had cantalope that I cut from the melon and ate like a slice of watermellon, and four sausage links, all washed down with ice-cold water. Not gourmet, but healthier than the world famous pancakes.

Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
Funny you mention that Chief... back home that would be a typical breakfast, Mahi, eggs over easy and steamed white rice... my sister's favorite.
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Old 06-18-2016, 08:48 PM   #5045
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Our new landlords pointed us in the direction of a super bagel shop.
So, I bought a big bag full to bring home for later...

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Fried crisp, Taylor's Ham (or Taylor's Pork Roll if you're from New Jersey)
on a plain bagel with melted Swiss cheese

DH was in heaven! That big bag of bagels were gone in a couple of days...

DH:"We need to go back to that shop"
Me:"Which one is that (as if I don't know)"
DH:"You know! That place with the really good bagels, we need some more"
Me:"Already?"
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Old 06-18-2016, 09:22 PM   #5046
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Looks delicious, Steve and kgirl!

My daughter came over and took me to breakfast late this morning, so I guess it was more of a brunch. Didn't get a pic, but it was so good - from a little mom and pop place here in town. I had a couple of fried eggs, hash browns, sausage patties, sourdough toast, a bowl of watermelon, and coffee. I was stuffed for the rest of the day.
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Old 06-19-2016, 01:22 PM   #5047
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Beautiful Steve! I wish I could find pea shoots around here.
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Old 06-19-2016, 02:53 PM   #5048
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Beautiful Steve! I wish I could find pea shoots around here.
When I was a young man in the U.S. Navy, living on the seventh floor in sever story barracks, one of my friends, with whom I shared ridiculous adventures, found himself opening his door and being shot in the head with a pea shooter. I handed him a bag of dried, whole peas, and a plastic straw. We entered his room and proceeded to have a grand pea shooter battle (it was done in his room so that I could help clean, but now worry about it being spotless). It was outrageous fun.

Oh, wait, you said pea shoots, not pea shooters. But then, I already knew that. The words just reminded me of being a 21 year old kid, with a good friend who was game for almost anything. It was too good a memory not to share. If I had an adult friend willing to participate right now, I'd do it again.

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Beautiful Steve! I wish I could find pea shoots around here.
Hi PF... the ONLY places I can ever find these unusual vegetables are 1.) the farmers market booths run by (usually) southeast Asian immigrants, and 2.) Asian grocers. These folks have all kinds of things I don't find anywhere else. In fact, I'd bet that 90% of the "new" foods I've tried over the last 10 years have come from these two sources.
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Beautiful Steve! I wish I could find pea shoots around here.
Peas are *super* easy to grow. And if you pick them as shoots, you won't have to shell the peas
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