What's for breakfast? (2024)

There’s a wonderful German saying: Wenn schon Scheiße, dann mit Schwung. A motto fit for this breakfast roll, certainly: Landrahm, San Daniele, Maiweide, Schabziger Kleekäse on our beloved sourdough bread :smiling_face:

Healing properties, yo.

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I was worried the Greek asparagus omelette was burning and I wasn’t going to attempt flipping it, so I turned it into a scramble. It looks like an asparagus version of what my family calls our Family Omelette now. :rofl:

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Love those plates, too!

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I have hit the flag by accident (clumsy fingers) when fork & knifing, but it does ask if this was my intention.

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I meant to like that.

That’s so funny, you’re the 3rd person who complimented the plates! I can’t take any credit for their selection or purchase, however, since they’re just what’s available at our pad this year.

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Any identifying marks on the back? I am a fan of blue and white patterns.

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I checked today, and it appears to be from this manufactury:

I didn’t scroll through all the pattern collections, though :slight_smile:

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The strawberry u-pick opened at 7 AM and I was there at 6:59. After picking 6 quarts, I had breakfast at their little cafe.

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I guess this was breakfast, even though I had it around 5:30pm? Our favorite sourdough with our favorite cream cheese concoction, the crack that is known to (Berlin) humankind as Landrahm.

Ain’t gonna lie — had another slice right after. Sofa king good :wink:

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We almost had ice cream for breakfast! But instead we picked up a couple of pints to go :partying_face:

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Matzoh with horseradish butter and salt. Egg mayonnaise, and no, I did not make the mayonnaise, I only had one egg left, so it’s Hellmann’s with a little mustard, thinned with water.

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Australian egg slice (double serving). Leftover Cajun chicken strips. Fresh strawberries.

Zucchini, scallion, basil, and berries from our garden.

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Duck eggs from the farmer’s market. Garden asparagus hash, with potatoes, scallions and bacon. Strawberries.

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I’ve never had duck eggs. Do they taste different than chicken eggs? Are they different in any way?

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Duck eggs are bigger and richer than chicken eggs… just kinda “more” all around. I usually eat two chicken eggs, but am satisfied with just one duckie. They are “gooier” than chicken eggs, also. I like my chicken eggs over-medium, but I’ll cook a duck egg all the way to jammy stage. I find any uncooked whites off-putting, where-as DH will take his sunny-side up.

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I cannot STAND undercooked whites. Nope.

Also, I had a duck egg once and did not care for it at all - I think we talked about it before (?). I made a scramble with it and just found it off-putting — maybe a little too rich? — whereas I really enjoyed our recent purchase of turkey eggs. I wonder if the composition is at all different :thinking:

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I’m going to make an egg slice. Inspired.

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Thanks. I dunno if I’d try one.

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We tried scrambling some duck eggs once, just to see, and found it to be a waste of good duck eggs. They somehow lost their special appeal when scrambled. That said, I like them when we can get them, but for my taste they must be cooked thoroughly through the whites. DH will take them gooey. :nauseated_face:

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