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    Fried egg on top of leftovers: chickpeas/sweet potato/kale in a spicy tomato-based sauce (ginger, coriander, cumin, etc)

    I swear eggs + sweet potato is one of the winningest flavor combinations of all food, ever.

    Eggs + tomato is up there too.
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    My Japanesque style omelette stuffed with ham and pepperjack cheese.



    It is Japanesque due to the method of cooking - this one has three layers of egg cooked from the inside out, the way a Japanese omelette is cooked by putting some egg in and letting it cook, folding it, then putting more egg in so it cooks a new layer. This allows it to be many times thicker than a usual omelette without becoming unevenly cooked.

    This one is about twice as thick as a typical omelette but it's possible to go much thicker than that.
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    OK here's my favourite dessert recipe guys. The original is from BrewNation.com, but I've made changes that I feel improve the mousse. Anyway:

    Chocolate & Stout Mousse

    250g dark (70%) couverture chocolate*
    100g butter
    2/3 cup imperial stout*
    1 teaspoon vanilla extract
    1/4 teaspoon sea salt
    4 large separated eggs
    1/4 cup caster sugar
    200ml tub creme friache
    1/2 cup whipping cream

    Put the chocolate and butter into a double boiler or a heatproof bowl in a pot of simmering water. Stir until melted. Remove from the heat.

    Whisk the stout and egg yolks together and then whisk them into the chocolate mixture. Then whisk in the vanilla and salt. Cool for 5 minutes.

    While it’s cooling chuck the egg whites into an electric mixer with a whisk attachment and hit them with high speed until they are soft peaks. Then slowly add the sugar and it should become thick and shiny, just like making a Pav. Slowly and very carefully fold the egg whites into the chocolate mixture until it’s only just combined (doesn’t matter if it’s still marbled in colour). Don’t over mix it otherwise the whites will lose volume and it will liquify.

    Now you need to repeat the same process with the cream and creme friache. Pop them into the electric mixer together and using the whisk bang the mixture on high till it’s stiff. Slowly fold it into the chocolate mixture until completely combined.

    Refrigerate the mousse for at least three hours before serving.

    Serve with another glass of something dark and decadent.

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    *You can buy couverture from delis and online stores, it is chocolate with a higher fat content which makes it superior for cooking. Also, please try and use imperial stout for this as opposed to ordinary stout - the higher alcohol content (8-10%) means it holds its own against all the cream. In New Zealand, many supermarkets and liquor stores have imperial stouts but that may vary elsewhere. To be sure, order online and drink what you don't need for the mousse. Here is a good UK site for example: Search results for: 'Imperial Stout'
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    toasting almonds…i'm so hooked on these it's ridiculous…i have experimented a lot with different
    'brands' of almonds..and it has to be a special brand of organic almonds, they are the best

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    Yesterday's dinner:

    - Half a bundle of soba noodles
    - Some leftover cooked butternut squash, lightly salted/peppered
    - Some leftover cooked shiitake mushrooms
    - Handful of kale
    - 1 egg
    - Miso paste
    - Sriracha
    - Vegetable "better than bouillon"

    1) Cook the noodles
    2) Heat up the veggies and kale in the microwave
    3) Cook a "ramen egg" (exactly seven minutes in boiling water)
    4) Boil water and mostly filled up a bowl with it
    5) Add one spoonful of "better than bouillon" and one spoonful of miso paste; stir until they dissolve
    6) Add all the other prepared ingredients and loads of sriracha
    7) Enjoy!
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    Caprese Burger. Leftovers are the mother of invention! I mixed in some pesto with ground beef and pork, and stuck a slice of mozzarella inside the patty Juicy Lucy style. Then more mozzarella, tomato, and basil, plus some balsamic vinegar and garlic aioli on the bun.

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    I'm making one of my favorite kinds of soup tonight.

    Quick Avgolemono, Orzo, and Chicken Soup Recipe | MyRecipes.com Mobile

    But I use parsley instead of dill, because... that's just weird.
    WOOP WOOP WOOP

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    Was a couple of days ago, but salvage grocery store breakfast sandwiches. Wheat english muffins, rounds of eggs and spinach baked, and slices of ham all stacked up and shoved in the freezer for quick warm breakfasts at work. Costed about $0.50 each when it was all said and done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Yesterday's dinner:

    - Half a bundle of soba noodles
    - Some leftover cooked butternut squash, lightly salted/peppered
    - Some leftover cooked shiitake mushrooms
    - Handful of kale
    - 1 egg
    - Miso paste
    - Sriracha
    - Vegetable "better than bouillon"

    1) Cook the noodles
    2) Heat up the veggies and kale in the microwave
    3) Cook a "ramen egg" (exactly seven minutes in boiling water)
    4) Boil water and mostly filled up a bowl with it
    5) Add one spoonful of "better than bouillon" and one spoonful of miso paste; stir until they dissolve
    6) Add all the other prepared ingredients and loads of sriracha
    7) Enjoy!
    ^ I think I'm going to make this again tonight, but with spinach, chicken bouillon, and rehydrated dried shiitake mushrooms instead of fresh. And green onions, if my green onions are still good.
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