The Cookbook Challenge: Week 28 Breakfast theme round up

by April@MyFoodTrail on June 8, 2010

in Cookbook Challenge Roundups

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Breakfast is often a rushed meal in our busy lives but it was great to see everyone enjoy a great breakfast for this week’s “breakfast” theme! There are some delicious breakfast recipes!

Here is a list of everyone’s recipes in order of posting.
Ange from Vicious AngeGrab & go breakfast sandwich
Sarah from The Sugar JunkieCorn fritters with bacon & tomato relish
Rizka from ini, ituChocolate, olive oil & sea salt toasts
Chocolate Tan from Love to cook Love to eatDelicious egg, ham & spinach breakfast with hollandaise sauce
Bri from Bri EatsCrumpets
Agnes from Off the SporkCrepes with poached pears & raspberry sauce
Silver from Dragon MusingsRoasted banana bread muffins
Leigh from Chit Chat ChompCoconut bread; Berry breakfast trifle
Penny from JeroxieRoasted bone marrow on toast with parsley salad
Carolyn from Gluten ShmootenSpanish omelette
April from My Food TrailBaked eggs with bacon & cheese
Anthea from What’s For Tea?Crumpets

For those of you who haven’t had a chance to post your recipe yet, please let me know via email or comment here when you do and I will add you to the list!

Week 29 is already over with the theme of “Blue”.

Happy cooking everyone!

Over & Out, April xx

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discount cookware June 8, 2010 at 7:34 pm

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Charles Gates June 11, 2010 at 1:08 pm

For breakfast last saturday I had chicken fried steak topped with a fried egg, over easy.

For the meat:
1 piece of tenderized steak, sirloin works well.
Coat with seasoned flour.
Bathe in egg wash with a splash of H2O.
Cover in corn meal, seasoned with my personal spice blend — half way between a Chesapeake seafood seaoning and a BBQ dry rub.
Add to cast iron skillet with 1/4 inch veggie oil.
Fry until complete, then season with kosher salt when you remove meat from skillet.
Fry egg, over easy.
Place on top of country fried, steak.
The runny yolk acts as the gravy, binding everything together in a heap of cholesteroly, salty, tasty goodness.

And, obviously this was accompanied by about a gallon or so of coffee.


April @ My Food Trail June 17, 2010 at 3:17 pm

Hi discount cookware: Thanks!

Hi Charles: Thanks for posting the recipe! Sounds very tasty!


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