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I try to save drippings whenever I roast a chicken (assuming I don't need the drippings for the roasted chicken preparation).

 

So this morning I took a spoon of solidified chicken drippings, heated in a pan, threw in some freshly chopped parsley, and scrambled some eggs in it. The chicken fat was full of flavor - garlicky, a little lemony, herby...great.

 

Ate with a piece of lightly toasted ciabatta from Balthazar (bought last evening) with Ben's Butter, and a sliced heirloom tomato from Eckerton at the greenmarket.

 

Coffee blend these days is Cafe du Monde and the Agata & Valentina house blend mixed together.

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I try to save drippings whenever I roast a chicken (assuming I don't need the drippings for the roasted chicken preparation).   So this morning I took a spoon of solidified chicken drippings, heated

same as yesterday honeydew and blueberries with fat freee cottage cheese whole grain toast with p-nut butter and sour cherry preserves

Had some leftover pizzza dough...Preheated the oven while I did morning things, then threw it on the stone, with lots of fresh thyme (one of the herbs that's growing well), EVOO, S&P...A minute be

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omni - "moreish," as in "very easy to eat more." They were quite delightfully crunchy. ;)

 

They were also quite Chinese-Malaysian. Apparently the chile is what makes them non-traditionally Chinese.

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breakfast...

honeydew and blueberries with fat free cottage cheese (saltycheese and sweet fruit)

1 slice of toasted whole grain bread with peanut butter and sour cherry preserves from the greenmarket

 

coffee blend from D'Amico's in Brooklyn

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Waitrose organic muesli (very boring) with lots and lots of raspberries and blueberries. Orange juice. Monmouth Coffee House coffee - can't remember which sort H bought.

 

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Try the Dorset Farmer (or whatever it's called) muesli next time you're in Waitrose. They have different variants, and it's not at all bad. I like the high-fibre version, it's pleasingly toasty.

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Waitrose organic muesli (very boring) with lots and lots of raspberries and blueberries.  Orange juice.  Monmouth Coffee House coffee - can't remember which sort H bought.

 

clb

Try the Dorset Farmer (or whatever it's called) muesli next time you're in Waitrose. They have different variants, and it's not at all bad. I like the high-fibre version, it's pleasingly toasty.

I know the one you mean. Will do. Thanks, Adam.

 

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I'm not a natural breakfaster. Did have toast with butter and Marmite somewhere near lunchtime today.

 

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Nor am I, but I force myeslf whenever possible. I really don't like eating first thing, but if I don't, at some stage of the morning I end up feeling like I could eat a scabby horse.

 

The inevitable upshot of this is a bacon butty run at about ten o'clock. Which is very tasty, but is the death of all my good intentions.

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