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2020-08-15 10:38:53 AM  
Eggs aren't just the perfect breakfast, they're damn near perfect to accompany anything.  at least in my house. When Im not craving any meat with dinner but i still want some protein, three or four scrambled eggs easily fits the bill without weighing down my innards.
 
2020-08-15 11:18:46 AM  
Made an odds-and-ends breakfast this morning. Chopped up some bok choy, mushrooms, and onion and then stir-fried them in my wok along with some eggs to make a veggie/egg scramble. I whisked up the eggs with some ricotta cheese, black pepper, and a dash of sea salt.

End result wasn't much to look at, but it tasted great. Toast and coffee to complete the meal.
 
2020-08-15 12:33:43 PM  
Toast a bagel, throw a slice of cheese of your choice on said bagel while sausage or bacon fries up in a pan.  When that's done, put it on the cheese and fry one scrambled egg in the bacon/sausage fat, put the egg on the bagel.   Add a few drops of sriracha.   Close the whole thing up in foil for a few minutes, while the residual heat and steam make it all one big, warm, melty, slightly spicy, heavenly breakfast!

//Yum!
 
2020-08-15 1:03:53 PM  
scrambled eggs with onions on a bed of jasmine rice with fish sauce.
 
2020-08-15 1:16:33 PM  
As I clicked on the link I'm eating two sunny side up eggs on whole wheat toast, with some chopped up homegrown tomatoes on top, which at the moment is far better than any scrambled eggs.
 
2020-08-15 1:55:13 PM  
Scrambled egg sandwich for breakfast today. On toast, with homegrown tomatoes and lettuce brushed with vinaigrette. Y.U.M.
 
2020-08-15 2:15:22 PM  
People keep talking about "plant-based superfoods." There aren't any, least of all farking kale. Eggs are the real superfood.
 
2020-08-15 2:21:02 PM  
Order them scrambled most places, and they will be prepared like this:

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/didn't know they had to be kept just above freezing though
 
2020-08-15 2:30:43 PM  
Usually I do migas or breakfast tacos when I decide im craving breakfast (I can live on eggs!)

However I just pulled a bunch of tomatoes and some peppers from my garden so thinking of doing an egg bake, crushing the tomatoes adding some seasoning, a little milk and dropping the eggs in. Never did it before, anyone have any pointers or a recipe?
 
2020-08-15 3:28:18 PM  
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2020-08-15 3:36:19 PM  

Vlad_the_Inaner: Order them scrambled most places, and they will be prepared like this:

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/didn't know they had to be kept just above freezing though


Everything that requires refrigeration, as far as health codes go, needs to be kept below 41F, just a hair over 4C.
 
2020-08-15 4:17:36 PM  
None of those look good.
Maybe because they're laying on a plank instead of a nice plate.
 
2020-08-15 4:37:17 PM  
Six speed breakfast burrito. Scrambled eggs, hash browns, bacon, cheese, onion, sausage.  MMMMMMMM.  And tea, Earl Grey, Hot.
 
2020-08-15 8:00:47 PM  
Another haiku
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2020-08-15 9:36:55 PM  

hlehmann: As I clicked on the link I'm eating two sunny side up eggs on whole wheat toast, with some chopped up homegrown tomatoes on top, which at the moment is far better than any scrambled eggs.


for most of my life I was never good at making sunny side up. too lazy to do the constant butter basting, lol.
then I learned about steam-frying, hells I think it might have even been here on fark? hot pan, fat of your choice, get a good color on the bottom & crispy edges, heat off, add 2T water, lid tightly on, walk away.

and it only occurs right-meow to my tiny mind is that this is more or less the way I've been cooking gyoza/mandoo/pierogi for decades. god I'm such an idiot.
 
2020-08-15 9:48:28 PM  
grilled ciabatta, camembert, lightly-over egg, sliced cucumber, black pepper freshly.

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secret bonus weapon: cilantro serrano garlic chutney.

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2020-08-15 10:28:51 PM  
egg tikka masala, mmm.

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2020-08-16 8:15:02 AM  

Axeofjudgement: Usually I do migas or breakfast tacos when I decide im craving breakfast (I can live on eggs!)

However I just pulled a bunch of tomatoes and some peppers from my garden so thinking of doing an egg bake, crushing the tomatoes adding some seasoning, a little milk and dropping the eggs in. Never did it before, anyone have any pointers or a recipe?


You have tomatoes and peppers? Do a tomato and onion and pepper stew on the pan, then when it's somewhat thick dig holes in the stew and crack eggs in them. Cover and wait  for desired egg doneness. Serve on tortillas with grated cheese on top.
 
2020-08-16 10:46:34 AM  

Axeofjudgement: Usually I do migas or breakfast tacos when I decide im craving breakfast (I can live on eggs!)

However I just pulled a bunch of tomatoes and some peppers from my garden so thinking of doing an egg bake, crushing the tomatoes adding some seasoning, a little milk and dropping the eggs in. Never did it before, anyone have any pointers or a recipe?


Squeeze the slime and seeds out of the tomatoes, and dont forget the S&P. Add milk to the eggses too. Onion powder too mebbe?
 
2020-08-16 10:56:45 AM  

sotua: Axeofjudgement: Usually I do migas or breakfast tacos when I decide im craving breakfast (I can live on eggs!)

However I just pulled a bunch of tomatoes and some peppers from my garden so thinking of doing an egg bake, crushing the tomatoes adding some seasoning, a little milk and dropping the eggs in. Never did it before, anyone have any pointers or a recipe?

You have tomatoes and peppers? Do a tomato and onion and pepper stew on the pan, then when it's somewhat thick dig holes in the stew and crack eggs in them. Cover and wait  for desired egg doneness. Serve on tortillas with grated cheese on top.


Or this. This is better :)
 
2020-08-16 11:37:59 AM  

NINEv2: sotua: Axeofjudgement: Usually I do migas or breakfast tacos when I decide im craving breakfast (I can live on eggs!)

However I just pulled a bunch of tomatoes and some peppers from my garden so thinking of doing an egg bake, crushing the tomatoes adding some seasoning, a little milk and dropping the eggs in. Never did it before, anyone have any pointers or a recipe?

You have tomatoes and peppers? Do a tomato and onion and pepper stew on the pan, then when it's somewhat thick dig holes in the stew and crack eggs in them. Cover and wait  for desired egg doneness. Serve on tortillas with grated cheese on top.

Or this. This is better :)


Thanks for the advice both of you! Turned out great. A little heavy for breakfast but all the tomatoes did not go to waste!

Left it in the oven a little too long and did not get runny egg yolks, but it was a good learning experience!
 
2020-08-16 12:21:52 PM  

Axeofjudgement: NINEv2: sotua: Axeofjudgement: Usually I do migas or breakfast tacos when I decide im craving breakfast (I can live on eggs!)

However I just pulled a bunch of tomatoes and some peppers from my garden so thinking of doing an egg bake, crushing the tomatoes adding some seasoning, a little milk and dropping the eggs in. Never did it before, anyone have any pointers or a recipe?

You have tomatoes and peppers? Do a tomato and onion and pepper stew on the pan, then when it's somewhat thick dig holes in the stew and crack eggs in them. Cover and wait  for desired egg doneness. Serve on tortillas with grated cheese on top.

Or this. This is better :)

Thanks for the advice both of you! Turned out great. A little heavy for breakfast but all the tomatoes did not go to waste!

Left it in the oven a little too long and did not get runny egg yolks, but it was a good learning experience!


It's good with any tomato based sauce. Some eggs in hell are an awesome way to start the day too.
 
2020-08-16 8:40:50 PM  

NINEv2: Axeofjudgement: NINEv2: sotua: Axeofjudgement: Usually I do migas or breakfast tacos when I decide im craving breakfast (I can live on eggs!)

However I just pulled a bunch of tomatoes and some peppers from my garden so thinking of doing an egg bake, crushing the tomatoes adding some seasoning, a little milk and dropping the eggs in. Never did it before, anyone have any pointers or a recipe?

You have tomatoes and peppers? Do a tomato and onion and pepper stew on the pan, then when it's somewhat thick dig holes in the stew and crack eggs in them. Cover and wait  for desired egg doneness. Serve on tortillas with grated cheese on top.

Or this. This is better :)

Thanks for the advice both of you! Turned out great. A little heavy for breakfast but all the tomatoes did not go to waste!

Left it in the oven a little too long and did not get runny egg yolks, but it was a good learning experience!

It's good with any tomato based sauce. Some eggs in hell are an awesome way to start the day too.


annnnd im gonna Google that. Right now
 
2020-08-17 1:12:36 AM  

tintar: hlehmann: As I clicked on the link I'm eating two sunny side up eggs on whole wheat toast, with some chopped up homegrown tomatoes on top, which at the moment is far better than any scrambled eggs.

for most of my life I was never good at making sunny side up. too lazy to do the constant butter basting, lol.
then I learned about steam-frying, hells I think it might have even been here on fark? hot pan, fat of your choice, get a good color on the bottom & crispy edges, heat off, add 2T water, lid tightly on, walk away.

and it only occurs right-meow to my tiny mind is that this is more or less the way I've been cooking gyoza/mandoo/pierogi for decades. god I'm such an idiot.


I used to do sunny side up. Got the yolk nice and pink but still runny. Worked about 75% of the time. Then I discovered over easy. Cook til white is almost set thru, flip, cut heat, count to 12. I haven't overcooked an egg in... holy shiat. Years now.
 
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