What have you had for breakfast lately?

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Brunch last Sunday was loco moco, Hawai'ian macaroni salad, tropical fruit salad, and a pineapple mimosa.

Brunch today was bacon, two basted eggs, blueberry waffles with strawberry compote, country hash browns, fruit salad, and a red wine spritzer.
 
Brunch was a strip steak pan-fried in butter with a splash of Maggi seasoning sauce just before serving. I also had several Trader Joe's everything but the bagel crackers with Trader Joe's brie and cave-aged blue cheese.
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Nothing turns me off faster to a meal than the thought of l/o rot and an egg bleed. As The Stomach Turns.
Are you suggesting that a mushroom marsala sauce made at 10:30 PM last night and served this morning can be considered leftover rot? I guess there are a lot of people eating rotten food in restaurants, because I am quite sure some of it was prepared more than 10 hours before it was consumed.

Not nice to insinuate I eat (and serve to my husband) rotten food, tsk tsk.
 
LOL... "rot" is supposedly an abbreviation for 'rotisserie' and after the first couple of gasps I now recognize it for that but the visual it conjures in my brain still won't go away. That reference was from a post by Ginny.

runny eggs is perfectly acceptable to me as that is the term I and probably most people know, but to call it an egg bleed, which I'd never heard before, also conjures up something I would not want to see on my plate.

Jusa - I was not insinuating your meal was anything but delicious because your pictures clearly show they look divine. I'm sorry you mis-understood my meaning. I should have been more explicit.
As I am also sure Ginny's meal was equally delicious.
So here are some :flowers: :flowers: for the two of you.

ps, I love runny yolks too!
 
LOL... "rot" is supposedly an abbreviation for 'rotisserie' and after the first couple of gasps I now recognize it for that but the visual it conjures in my brain still won't go away. That reference was from a post by Ginny.

runny eggs is perfectly acceptable to me as that is the term I and probably most people know, but to call it an egg bleed, which I'd never heard before, also conjures up something I would not want to see on my plate.

Jusa - I was not insinuating your meal was anything but delicious because your pictures clearly show they look divine. I'm sorry you mis-understood my meaning. I should have been more explicit.
As I am also sure Ginny's meal was equally delicious.
So here are some :flowers: :flowers: for the two of you.

ps, I love runny yolks too!
It's okay. Thank you for the clarification and the flowers, LOL.

I got the "egg bleed" term from another forum and it doesn't seem odd to me at all, LOL.
 
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