Eggs Benedict

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RE: Eggs Benedict 2008/07/12 10:57:07 (permalink)
SJ, maybe your butter wasn't hot enough?
I've never had an undercooked taste when using that recipe.
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RE: Eggs Benedict 2008/07/12 17:03:04 (permalink)
The one Eggs Benedict dish that really sticks out in my mind was the Mahi Mahi Eggs Benedict that we had at a small cafe called Cinnamon's in Kailua, Oahu. During that vacation we made a vow to eat some sort of seafood every day...and that day we definitely got a head start by eating it at breakfast!
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RE: Eggs Benedict 2008/07/13 14:49:23 (permalink)
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Originally posted by ayersian

The one Eggs Benedict dish that really sticks out in my mind was the Mahi Mahi Eggs Benedict that we had at a small cafe called Cinnamon's in Kailua, Oahu. During that vacation we made a vow to eat some sort of seafood every day...and that day we definitely got a head start by eating it at breakfast!


So----- What's in it? Fish I assume?????
OOPS! Didn't read close enough. Got it!
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RE: Eggs Benedict 2008/07/20 01:58:36 (permalink)
That sounds soooo good!! I'm a seafood lover :)
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RE: Eggs Benedict 2008/07/20 04:17:59 (permalink)
Hi All,
We'll be staying in Rhinebeck,NY area in August, anyone know of a place to have Eggs Benedict in that area that really good.

Thanks
Sonnie
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RE: Eggs Benedict 2008/07/20 15:29:51 (permalink)
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Originally posted by sonnie6

Hi All,
We'll be staying in Rhinebeck,NY area in August, anyone know of a place to have Eggs Benedict in that area that really good.

Thanks
Sonnie


Here's one:
http://beekmandelamaterinn.com/brunch.htm

Google the Rhinebeck Chamber of Commerce and you'll find plenty more. Looks like a really neat area.
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RE: Eggs Benedict 2008/07/22 05:13:49 (permalink)
Thanks Foodbme,
I always go to google, didn't think this time, I appreciate your input.
Sonnie
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RE: Eggs Benedict 2008/07/22 15:06:06 (permalink)
Blender hollandaise can be just fine. The trick is that you need the butter at exactly 165 deg. Less and they dont cook, more and they curdle.
Whose used the big mixer> Load the bowl with the yolks and a bit of water ast they start to whip. Lite 3-4 sternos around the sides and watch it make it self. As the yolks ribbon, slowly ad clarifed warm butter
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RE: Eggs Benedict 2008/07/25 13:31:14 (permalink)
man, do I love Eggs Benedict. I'm going to have to learn how to make Hollandaise sauce. Plenty of help here, but it seems like such a huge issue when I only need a few tablespoons to make a whole cup of the stuff (not that I wouldn't enjoy drinking it out of a coffee cup)
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RE: Eggs Benedict 2008/07/25 17:09:15 (permalink)
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Originally posted by stlouisguy

man, do I love Eggs Benedict. I'm going to have to learn how to make Hollandaise sauce. Plenty of help here, but it seems like such a huge issue when I only need a few tablespoons to make a whole cup of the stuff (not that I wouldn't enjoy drinking it out of a coffee cup)


Quick Solution: Buy a package of Knorr Hollandaise Sauce Mix, (In the Gravy mix section of your suermarket), follow the directions and lick the excess in the Gravy Boat!
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RE: Eggs Benedict 2008/09/06 22:56:57 (permalink)
A Latin variation I like is to insert a layer of cilantro leaves between the Canadian bacon and the egg. I'm a real sucker for cilantro.
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