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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Breakfast for One


My simple pleasure for the day...
Egg over easy on toasted rosemary bread.

The bread was from the Dorothy Lane Market, if you're local. :)


47 comments:

  1. I 'm in for it as long as its not to runny, I don't like the yukky white part unless its cooked, that bread sounds like heaven!!!!

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    1. I like a solid white and a runny yolk....meaning I only like it I made it myself. ha. :) The bread was wonderful!

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  2. Yum! Looks peppered perfectly!

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  3. that looks yummy! but with red pepper yet :) never had rosemary bread but I'll bet I'd like it. rosemary and thyme are some of my fav herbs to use.
    your dinner sounds superb!

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    1. U have tri-colored pepper corns in my grinder. :) I had never had rosemary bread either, but it was delicious. It went perfectly with a peppery egg. All I could think was that I should set the whole thing on a bed of greens and serve it for dinner. :) Might have to do that later this week!

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  4. Oh that's one of my personal favorites too. I like my egg white done, yolk runny, and I had mine on multi-grain with seeds and nuts. Oh so good. That kind of simple is good eating.

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    1. sounds like we could fix each other an egg and be very happy! :) Your bread sounds great, too!

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  5. Not worries about anyone stealing it from you here
    Well maybe the cat as he'll eat anything with his little rhyming rear haha

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    1. no worries here
      as I didn't want to share. ha.

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  6. These are my very favorite, I eat them at least once a week!! I like to cut out the center of the bread though and cook the egg in it...then use the extra bread to dip in the yoke! We call them cowboy eggs...I give it a year and Taylor will be calling them his favorite too :-)

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    1. I wish you all the luck in the world on that! And I bet you can coax him into it! His dad swore he hated all kinds of things until after we were married and now he loves them!

      cowboy eggs...love that name!

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  7. Hey your blue plate look like one I have! Lol

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    1. oh, you have some beautiful blue and white plates! I love them!

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    2. Oh yours are beautiful Betsy! And yes all my las plates are blue and white:))

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    3. And you can never have too many dishes, right? ha.

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  8. hat looks like it would be delicious with a cup of coffee. (I don't think I'll ever give that stuff up.)

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    1. Now where did my T go? Oh yeah, I gave it up for the coffee. ha ha!

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    2. haha...no, me either! I NEED it...it's life support. haha. Although I do have tea in the evening.

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    3. Tea just doesn't do it for me anymore. Not when there's French Vanilla around. :)

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    4. I agree...it could never replace coffee...it's in a different drink category altogether. ha.

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  9. It seems you really enjoyed making this egg. It came out picture perfect :)

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    1. and it was really yummy...or I was really hungry! ha.

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  10. egg over easy on toast is def a simple pleasure that i enjoy as well...mmm....might have to get up early and do a bit more for breakfast tomorrow...

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    1. so...tell me, did you get up early and fix it? :)

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  11. This looks fantastic. I love over easy eggs on toast! Throw a little sausage on the plate and we have a grand slam! Have a great weekend, Cutie! xo Unks!

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    1. oh yeah, sausage would have been the finishing touch! yum!

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  12. This is breakfast, lunch, and often dinner at our house! Whole Foods has a delicious rosemary sourdough that I pick up all the time. I can never tire of eggs on toast!

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    1. I love this kind of food for dinner! And we might have to do it soon while I'm on this kick and we have rosemary bread! :)

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  13. YUM!!! rosemary bread and a perfectly cooked egg! I'd love it! blessings ~ tanna

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    1. It was so good, I had it again today! :)

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  14. That's exactly how I like my eggs too. I've never had rosemary bread but it sounds wonderful!

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  15. What a yummy start to your day. The rosemary bread sounds delicious.

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    1. as I was eating this bread this morning, I was thinking what a yummy dressing it would make! I'll have to remember that for Thanksgiving!

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  16. I too like my whites cooked and the yolk runny. We like to use a biscuit cutter and cut out the center of the bread and then put the egg in the middle like Lauren said she does, And that cut out piece is just perfect for wiping any of the yolk that is left on the plate. But out here we call it Eggs in the Hole, Eggs in a Basket, or Toad in a hole. I have also heard it called Eggs in a Nest. I think it just depends on where you are from. No matter what you call them they are yummy. But your egg looked delicious and now I am craving an egg, bacon, biscuits and gravy with hash browns. I make a good gravy, yum yum.

    God bless.

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    1. egg in a nest!! Well, you know I like that name best! haha.

      you have me hungry for all those side dishes...biscuits and gravy. oh my....

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  17. Hi Betsy,that looks so good! Sorry not to have commented for a while! x Angela

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  18. Yummy, you are so speaking my language here.;) This would do so well for y brunch today.;)
    xoxo

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