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Old 12-28-2017, 12:21 PM   #5601
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Thanks Ross. Over here we say soft or hard, which would mean runny or set. I am having boiled egg on toast this morning. The consistency of the egg is just right, yolk still soft, but not runny, and white white. It’s not always easy to get it right.

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I think that 'soft or hard' sums it up..
I've not boiled many eggs, other than hard boiled for those dishes which need a hard boiled egg..
I think I have to practice 'soft' boil as what you describe is exactly as I like my eggs..

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Old 01-01-2018, 01:54 PM   #5602
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Old 01-02-2018, 07:36 PM   #5603
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I am on a breakfast soup kick right now. I made a vegan hot and sour soup this morning, plan on miso mushroom for tomorrow. I do go dirtyvegan and add a poached egg every now and again. I make enough to share with a friend who is vegan. He buys the main ingredients, I cook and he picks up 2x a week and pays me. Works for me.
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Old 01-03-2018, 06:49 AM   #5604
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I've been trying my poached egg on top of anything I can find in the fridge.
Ham with a cheesy bechamel sauce,
leftover taco meat with most of the trimmings (that was good),
slight drizzle of truffle oil on the toast under (think this is my favourite so far),
chorizo and mushrooms on toast,
creamed mushrooms,
various breads, rye, oat, potato, english muffin, croissant,
and of course sometimes bacon with various of the above.

Have savoured each and every one - hmmm... with the exception of the one where unbeknownst to me, the yolk was broken underneath and ergo got a bit too well done. So not perfect but ok.
How on earth did I managed to break the yolk!
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Old 02-10-2018, 07:01 PM   #5605
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Buffalo chicken atop a pizza made with garlic naan crust.
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Chili this morning.
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Old 02-11-2018, 06:50 AM   #5607
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Yesterday had the most delightful buttermilk pancakes from a Canadian Living recipe.... topped with an egg I did on the griddle along with the last pancakes.

I used some very fatty bacon to grease the griddle with - worked like a charm. Yummm ..
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We had sötgröt ( sweet porridge) it is made with oatmeal finely ground, milk, butter and sugar and served that with ham toasties.
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Standard Sunday morning stuff here at Rocklobster Ranch...(new phone..playing with the camera...just indulge me for a few days)
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Old 02-11-2018, 08:59 AM   #5610
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SIL is making his fried rice, topped with a sunny side up egg...
We love this breakfast..

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