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#1869

Xmas breakfast I wanted to try something a little fancier:

Garlic-roasted asparagus, sunny-side-up eggs and sandwiched in between some smoked gouda cheese. The asparagus was a little underdone but otherwise a nice breakfast. Seasonings pretty much limited to smoked sea salt, smoked paprika and fresh-ground pepper (should be obvious we like smoked things at this point…).

Yes the plate is too small, big whoop, wannafightabboutit?


#1870

Gin Tonic and “Salted Tortilla Chips” with hot hot dip. Me gusts.


#1871

Quite the breakfast there… :face_with_raised_eyebrow:


#1872

its 7 pm in good ol germany. also i get up at 5 am and work till 3 pm. thx for the worries tho


#1873

Hey I was 23 once, I wasn’t judging! :beers:


#1874

Columbus Ohio has a great food court.

Spicy fried chicken on white bread, pickles, vinegar cole slaw, mac and cheese, sweet tea, natural black cherry soda, banana pudding with whipped cream and nilla wafers on top.


#1875

Made huckleberry pancakes for NYE breakfast. Quite tasty!


#1876

Oh damn that looks nice, what’s the recipe for those?


#1877

Mostly laziness. It’s from a kit that my father and stepmother sent us for last Christmas :joy:


#1878





My new year lonely dinner :frowning:


#1879

You could’ve come had curry with us!

Except we’re a little far away.

Edit: what’s that rice and mushroom dish?

Edit 2: wife says I have to give her credit for making the curry :grin:


#1880

Um… Just rice and mushrooms, in the oven, with a bullion cube and covered with a tin foil. Literally…


#1881

I’d add butter.

Everything’s better with butter!


#1882

Could be,… Probably right… Still, it’s a simple and amazingly tasty garnish to the pork steaks…


#1883

What bread is that?


#1884

Honestly, I can make only basic pizza dough, but it’s so versatile, that I end up using it for everything. So this is just basic pizza dough.
Basically 3 1/2 cups of flour, 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 tablespoon if oil, I use sunflower oil for everything, separately I have 1 cup of 40C warm water with 1 teaspoon of sugar and a pack of yeast. Mix until it becomes a ball of dough, let it rest for an hour, make a few small balls of the dough and let them rest for some 20 minutes and bake…


#1885

This new years dish, roastbeef with oven roasted potatos, green beans, fresh tomatos and thick mushroom gravy. Served with plenty of strong beer! Happy new year!


#1886

Kept hearing Takis were spicy, found a bag so got it and these are not spicy.


#1887

Rather late breakfast


#1888

Picked up what the local coffee shop calls a French toast muffin:

This thing weighed like 350g! It was excellent.