Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Breakfast

This mornings home-made breakfast. Consisting of several garden pickings. It is a yukon gold hash with green onions. Topped with parsley. Sauteed kale with mushrooms using a wild mushroom infused olive oil and lemon infused vinegar. Sliced tomato. Radish. Side of oranges and a hot cup of PG tips with cream and sugar.

Things from the garden :

Red Russian and Curly Kale, Radishes, Green Onions, and Parsley.



Sometimes you just feel like making breakfast worth being eaten.

14 comments:

  1. That's a very nice breakfast!

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    1. Whole heartily agreed. :) Especially appreciated after reminescing about childhoods when reading your previous posting.

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    2. ...what doesn't break you makes you stronger... i enjoy every bite of my food and i'm sure your breakfast was very delicious.

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  2. what are pg tips?

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    1. Yes. The number #1 brand of black tea in England. Top two leaves and a bud apparently. ;)

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  3. English tea.. the only kind worth drinking!!!

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  4. Oh sure, lure ME in with images of great food. No blinking lights necessary! :-)

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    1. It's a Maslo thing.... Blinking lights, Shiny Objects, Great Food, entertainment... :)

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  5. Not fair, not fair. No talk of things like yukon hash with out a recipe. Now I want to know what is in that cause I might need to be eating it :)

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    1. LOL. We eventually (just recently) replaced the oven/range after the fiasco of it melting/shorting out with the spilled over pressure cooker etc....

      Take a handful of yukons and grate them up in a skillet. Fry in oil. I like to spread it out on the bottom like a pancake. I added seasoning salt, chili powder, chopped green onions, pepper, and a bit of coriander powder. Keep flipping it around until its as crispy as you want it. :)

      Was pretty yummy. Although I was more into the Kale as it was a dish completely from the garden! Woot. I am waiting for the day I can make an entire indian meal from the premises. IE after the wheat harvest so we can make parantha.

      - cloud

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    2. Oh, add fresh chopped parsley on top or coriander/cilantro if you prefer. :)

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  6. Yum. I bet you had a great day!

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