What's for breakfast (aka what's going to happen exciting today)?

That makes sense! Thanks

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that looks wonderful - i LOVE turmeric rice - and a gorgeous picture.

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Homemade zhoug and poached egg, on a quarter of a toasted Acme rosemary roll smeared with a creamy marinated cow/sheep milk cheese, and blistered tomatoes.

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OMG IS THAT SCRAMBLED EGGS UNDER YOUR FRIED EGGS???

i’ve yet to try this… but it must happen.

Yup, indeed it is.

Egg on egg love.

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Truly a breakfast of champions!

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In college, I once drank 5 Irish coffees at a fern bar in San Francisco. Wouldn’t recommend it. I was so drunk and tired, but the caffeine kept me awake. Haven’t had one since. It’s a shame since they are so good!

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I did this once, pre-gaming for a Pogues concert. I don’t recommend it either.

In the pre-COVID days, the cafeteria at work had a made to order grill where you could ask for all sorts of eggs for breakfast. One day I got the brilliant idea of an “egg” omelette. Asked the cook to start with a basic egg omelette where he whipped three eggs and poured them on to the flat top and when that set cracked three more eggs, separated the yolks and then poured just the egg yolks into the middle and folded the omelette over. Was like an ever better eggs over easy, if you like warm runny yolks.

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that is a very accommodating cafeteria kitchen!
and yes, i LURRRRRVE warm runny eggs…
Genius.

no wonder you’re Mr. Happy. :slightly_smiling_face:

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