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23 minutes ago, Evelyn said:

Thanks...I had been on an egg white omelet with smoked salmon and chives kick. But couldn't face another one. So the salmon has been sitting a lot longer than 2-3 days¬†ūü§Į¬†Definitely time for it to go¬†ūü§Ę

I've used it 10 days after opening and survived. Remember, the whole point of curing is that it's a preservative.

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I've used it after¬†a week or so. But, this is north of 14 days old. Definitely not worth trying to not be wasteful to probably avoid a case of food poisoning¬†ūü§™

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I was so excited to eat half a biscuit, drenched in butter and smeared with peach jam, because I am sure I haven’t eaten a biscuit in over a year.

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Mother's Day breakfast of supper soft scrambled eggs with blinis with creme fraiche, smoked salmon and some caviar. 

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My standard use for leftover pasta is the breakfast frittata. With bucatini, herbs and parmesan.  Focaccia and Cara Cara orange went with.

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Dilemma: one large fresh chorizo link is not enough, two may be too many.

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2 hours ago, Wilfrid said:

Dilemma: one large fresh chorizo link is not enough, two may be too many.

The Weisswurst paradox. 

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Classic what's laying around in the fridge breakfast. Home made bread toasted, hard steamed egg, tomato, avocado, cucumber.

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This is not the fairly famous NYC breakfast called the LEO...lox, eggs and onion. No, I call this the LES, not only because of where we live, but because it's lox, eggs and SPRING ONIONS. With a buttered, toasted bagel.

And yes, the eggs are well cooked...it's the way Significant Eater likes her scrambled eggs. I indulge her.

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Bouncing off husband's bacon, waffle and maple, i fried up an egg in the bacon fat to top my waffle.   (I hate maple syrup.)     And, sorry Sig Eater, egg was runny and married beautifully with the drizzled bacon fat.    Not for everyday, but I will definitely repeat this.

As sun streamed in the window,

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Avocado toast on a toasted frozen Utopia Bagels bagel. Tomato looks better than it is. Comté from Chef Collective. Semi - seasonal fruit, made better...

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By sprinkling it with some of @rancho_gordo's stuff.

 

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