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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/03/29 11:46:28 (permalink)
Made up a few improvised breakfast tacos for me and my 11 year old.  The wife and daughter were out at some function someplace, so the boys were on their own.   Diced up a couple slices of leftover Boars Head ham, scrambled that into some eggs, topped with some shredded jack cheese and chunky salsa; oh, and a couple jalapeno slices, too.  Served in soft flour tortillas leftover from fajita night a few days ago.  The boy absolutely inhaled all of his, and half of mine, when I turned away for a moment. 
 
  Still felt a little hungry, so had a slice of whole wheat toast with real butter, topped with apple butter.  A couple cups of black Folgers, and I am ready to face the day...
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/03/29 11:52:18 (permalink)
The best part of waking up...
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/03/30 09:10:06 (permalink)
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Awesome!  Would love to try that bad boy!

If you were referring to the crumb cake it was pretty decent!  I finished it, which I don't always do with all the items I try at bakeries.  I've been collecting crumb cake recipes for a while, too, and now I gotta try one, because I'm sure a homemade one will be better.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/03/30 09:45:38 (permalink)
I am a crumb cake lover - among other things - from way back.  Moist, light and lots of toppings is my style...do not like the drier versions.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/03/30 12:58:17 (permalink)
love2bake: your killing me with the Crumb cake.
 
I started to eat with less fat.I want to get my food full of the natural flavors without using fats and salts.
 
I used very little butter, only a bit on the Sourdough bread. The spinach, mushrooms, onions and red pepper were sauteed in olive oil. I used about 1/4 the amount of cheese. The hot sauce really helps to kick it up a bit.
 

 
 
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/03/30 13:05:42 (permalink)
Here's a nice super-streusely (we call it) coffee (cake) muffin recipe to add to the collection...

http://www.fortheloveofco...cake-muffins_7745.html

And a recipe for pecan pie coffee cake....

http://www.theeggfarm.com...pecan-pie-coffee-cake/

" New York coffee cake" would have most locals here thinking of Entenmann's before anything else. They make the adorable little black & white cookies.
post edited by CCinNJ - 2014/03/30 13:09:05
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/03/30 13:34:29 (permalink)
While I did have a few eggs scrambled with cheese and some hash browns with jalapenos earlier at the Waffle House, right now I'm continuing my breakfast with a bialy.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/03/30 16:03:27 (permalink)
Ooooh pnw --that looks very good and very healthy!  I was counting WW points when I made the wimpy breakfast wrap earlier in the week, but made up for it later, unfortunately.  Such is life!
 
CC - that coffee cake muffin looks so delicious--how can it not be with all that topping, plus sour cream in the batter! That pecan pie coffee cake looks fine, too.  If you've made either of these, please share deets.
 
Me, I had a "combo" bagel toasted, with butter, from Izzy's Brooklyn Bagels in Palo Alto.  http://izzysbrooklynbagels.com/about.php  Since I haven't had a real NY bagel in 20+ years, I'm not a great judge at this point, but they're easily better than those crappy bagel chains we have--even a little burnt.

post edited by love2bake - 2014/03/30 16:07:27
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/03/30 22:41:40 (permalink)
I'm not exactly CC Baker but I make a mean coffee cake. I usually opt to make the more sinfully luxurious version (what we call "jelly cake") using excellent bakery recipes my Mother won in a poker showdown...






The muffins look too good not to make. I'll bake some this week & substitute my homemade maple sugar for brown sugar & use cake flour instead of AP flour.
AP flour makes a coffee cake dry.
post edited by CCinNJ - 2014/03/31 00:28:41
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/03/31 09:35:25 (permalink)
love2bake

Ooooh pnw --that looks very good and very healthy!  I was counting WW points when I made the wimpy breakfast wrap earlier in the week, but made up for it later, unfortunately.  Such is life!

CC - that coffee cake muffin looks so delicious--how can it not be with all that topping, plus sour cream in the batter! That pecan pie coffee cake looks fine, too.  If you've made either of these, please share deets.

Me, I had a "combo" bagel toasted, with butter, from Izzy's Brooklyn Bagels in Palo Alto.  http://izzysbrooklynbagels.com/about.php  Since I haven't had a real NY bagel in 20+ years, I'm not a great judge at this point, but they're easily better than those crappy bagel chains we have--even a little burnt.


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L2B, The bagel looks top notch, not bad for being 3000 miles from the birth of the bagel in America. I was away from the East coast for 36 years until we went back two years ago. We enjoyed it so much I included it in our trip last year too. For me it's like the Disneyland of food opportunities. There is no place like New York. I am hoping the movie Frozen will get to Broadway, as a musical in 2015. I love the idea of grabbing a slice or a Knish as my family roams the streets of the city........now I want Katz's Pastrami!!!
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/03/31 09:57:50 (permalink)
I need to get back there, too. 
 
I was just thinking yesterday that as many eggs as I go through here, whether in baking or all the bfast type food I love to make, I should have my own chickens, like you do.   I don't think my foolish dogs would like them though.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/03/31 12:33:12 (permalink)
Group rates for daycare @ Chicken Palace.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/03/31 13:10:59 (permalink)

 
That jelly cake looks amazing, CC!!  Very nice ratio of cake to "stuff."
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/04 12:47:46 (permalink)
Thank you! Jelly cake bubbles & looks like it'll be a nervous bakedown disaster while baking but it always settles down & it's so good!

C'mon give is a smile Donut Bunny Peeps....you're on Roadfood!

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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/07 12:38:39 (permalink)
It's fun waffle experiment week for future reasonable Breakfast & Lunch waffle sandwiches.

Cinnamon roll waffles make the cut...

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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/07 12:48:42 (permalink)
Very fun!  Looking forward to more.
 
I'm thinking for breakfast that it's 5 o'clock somewhere...
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/07 15:08:25 (permalink)
Sounds good to me...

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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/07 15:37:30 (permalink)
Did that bottle come out of the freezer?  Doesn't that mute the flavor?
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/07 16:18:43 (permalink)
Maybe for some people but the only right way is the way one likes it.

I'm also doing an instant infusion experiment...

post edited by CCinNJ - 2014/04/07 16:21:55
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/07 20:10:09 (permalink)
CCinNJ

Maybe for some people but the only right way is the way one likes it.




Good point! ;-)
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/08 21:33:16 (permalink)
Homemade cream biscuit waffle. Ready in 3 minutes...



Add sharp cheddar cheese (no extra charge)...



It was oh so good. Thursday I'll make a Waff-Monsieur.
post edited by CCinNJ - 2014/04/08 21:49:07
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/09 00:51:59 (permalink)
I admit I'd never have thought to put cream biscuit dough into a wafflemaker, but it sounds and looks like it turned out great!
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/09 21:16:27 (permalink)
It works very well...



Both sides brushed with melted butter & a touch of heavy cream...



I flip after 2 minutes & continue to waffle one additional minute....



Voila waffle...



Next Wafflah experiment..." Scoffles" (scone waffles)



Don't scoff the Scoffles...
post edited by CCinNJ - 2014/04/09 22:50:47
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/10 21:35:38 (permalink)
I believe it's safe to say - the one & only Waff Monsieur...

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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/14 12:10:56 (permalink)
I grew up in a area that offered a lot of Italian food choices. My friends owned a Italian pizza restaurant. I would stop in for lunch and the Chef would yell out to me " I'm slicing peppers, you want a nice Egg & Pepper on a Italian roll" of course I said, Yep. I loved the Olive oil taste and the way the whole thing cam together. The sandwich is so simple, but so good. My version has red and green peppers, mushrooms, onions and spinach on a Italian roll.
 


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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/14 17:04:20 (permalink)
That looks quite yummy, pnw!! 
 
CC - that Waff Monsieur looks very tasty, too.  Was the waffle made of biscuit dough or what?
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/15 21:25:21 (permalink)
The Waff Monsieur is made with cream biscuit dough just like these babies...



This was an extra made on convection mode & it went to the squirrels....



I think I'm gonna make Scoffles on Saturday & leave a few for the Easter Bunny...
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/15 21:49:19 (permalink)
Peppers and eggs. Always a great sandwich back home Bill. But they're best when you use Italian frying peppers (cubanelles).
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/16 03:19:10 (permalink)
Lucky squirrels in CC's yard...
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2014/04/16 21:24:52 (permalink)
Rocco the Jersey squirrel knows no matter how fat he gets in my yard...CC don't do Brunswick stew.

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