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Nolita House (NYC, NY): Classic Benedict Brunch

Nolita House (NYC, NY): Classic Benedict Brunch

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Sunburnt Calf (Upper West Side NYC, NY): Heart Attack- steak topped with bacon, poached eggs, holladaise, and crispy onions

Sunburnt Calf (Upper West Side NYC, NY): Heart Attack- steak topped with bacon, poached eggs, holladaise, and crispy onions

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Longanisa, Sunny-Side Eggs, && Garlic Fried Rice  (most yummy fried rice, not at all light on the garlic)
Pondahan - Fusion Resturant Cafe & Bar 535 S. California Avenue West Covina, CA 91790

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Longanisa, Sunny-Side Eggs, && Garlic Fried Rice
(most yummy fried rice, not at all light on the garlic)

Pondahan - Fusion Resturant Cafe & Bar
535 S. California Avenue
West Covina, CA 91790

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shesalty: Florida - Day Two! ›

shesalty:

Here’s day two of my Florida pictures!!

An icy glass of milk in the morning = perfection.

Bacon scramble with avocado, pepperjack, and sour cream hash.

Later in the day we stopped at a bar for drinks. We shared a delicious goat cheese pizza with spinach, fresh mozzarella, and…

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#florida

#pizza

#eggs

#martini

#sushi

#meatloaf

#dessert

Empire State South (Midtown-Atlanta, GA)

This past Saturday my girlfriend and I decided to venture out into the city and try a restaurant we had not yet been to. With a handful of Scoutmobs to use, we were going to try Wisteria or Il Localino but after a quick call I realized both only opened for dinner. Based on previous recommendations we decided to try Empire State South. Just like with the others I called to be sure they were open and was delighted to find out they were serving brunch (I absolutely love brunch).

We started off with cocktails. I opted for the Bloody Caesar (Clam & Tomato Juice, Worcestershire, Olive Brine, Tabasco, Black Pepper, Lemon) and my girl friend went with the Corpse Reviver #2 (Blue Coat Gin, Triple Sec, Cocchi Americano Appertivo, Lemon Juice, Absinthe Rinse). Two very different drinks but equally delicious and refreshing on a hot summer day.

We decided to split a starter and of course the first thing that jumped out at me was the word BACON. She let me decide what to order and I just wouldn’t be satisfied if I didn’t try their pimento cheese with bacon marmalade. Yes, bacon marmalade. I wish I had a photo because it was pure bliss on toasted bread. We didn’t leave one bit in the small jar it was served in. I could eat this every single day.

Already pleased with our cocktails and starters, we were excited to move onto our main entree. Everything listed was so enticing we had trouble deciding. When going to brunch, I have a hard time not ordering steak and eggs when it is on the menu and this time was no different. But this was not your ordinary steak and eggs.

It was grilled hangar steak with a root vegetable hash and a perfectly basted egg. I savored every single bite. I took my time because I did not want this food experience to ever end. The steak was cooked perfectly and was succulent and juicy. It was minimally seasoned so that you could really appreciate the natural flavor of the steak. I ate the root vegetable hash with the egg on the toast and afterward sopped up every bit of egg yolk with the remaining toast.

My girl friend and I could not stop commenting on how good the food was (she had the duck confit which was also devine). Just when I thought our experience was over, our server asked if we needed anything else and I saw a twinkle in my friend’s eye. I knew this meant she wanted dessert. He brought us a menu but when he mentioned a dessert table we were more intrigued by that.

He walked us to the other side of the restaurant where there was a dessert table that was reminiscent of one you would find in an old country store. My palette was not craving anything sweet but there were a number of delectable choices that I couldn’t leave empty handed. I grabbed a small to go box and left with a phatty pie (sweet mascarpone filling sandwiched between 2 ginger cookies) and a ginger cherry scone.

Kudos to Executive Chef Ryan Smith for delivering such a unique Southern brunch menu. It was hands down the best brunch I have ever had. I can’t wait to visit them for dinner.

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Egg Drop Soup
 3  cups  chicken broth   
 1  teaspoon  salt (or soy sauce)   
 1  dash  white pepper   
 1  medium  green onion, chopped			 			 (with top)   
4   egg whites, slightly beaten   
 Heat chicken broth, salt, and white pepper to boiling in a 2-quart saucepan.
Stir green onions into egg whites.
Pour egg mixture slowly into broth, stirring constantly with fork until egg forms shreds.
Makes three one-cup servings, 65 Calories each.
this is what i like to eat when i’m sick as opposed to chicken noodle soup :)

ubiquitousfoodcravings:

under400:

Egg Drop Soup

  • cups chicken broth
  • teaspoon salt (or soy sauce)
  • dash white pepper
  • medium green onion, chopped (with top)
  • 4  egg whites, slightly beaten

    1. Heat chicken broth, salt, and white pepper to boiling in a 2-quart saucepan.
    2. Stir green onions into egg whites.
    3. Pour egg mixture slowly into broth, stirring constantly with fork until egg forms shreds.
    Makes three one-cup servings, 65 Calories each.

    this is what i like to eat when i’m sick as opposed to chicken noodle soup :)

    (via ffoodforthesoull)

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gluttonyisabliss:

Poached eggs, smoked salmon, roasted tomatoes, steamed asparagus and  caper-dill hollandaise sauce on a toasted home baked brioche, served  with vienna potatoes (via KidItamae)

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    gluttonyisabliss:

    Poached eggs, smoked salmon, roasted tomatoes, steamed asparagus and caper-dill hollandaise sauce on a toasted home baked brioche, served with vienna potatoes (via KidItamae)

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    healthyalternative:

DAY 59 Breakfast
Asparagus topped with 2 poached eggs. Yum!

    healthyalternative:

    DAY 59 Breakfast

    Asparagus topped with 2 poached eggs. Yum!

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    #breakfast

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    #poach

    boyfriendreplacement:

Baked Eggs in Little Bread Bowls. The easiest (and cutest!) breakfast ever.
Recipe

    boyfriendreplacement:

    Baked Eggs in Little Bread Bowls. The easiest (and cutest!) breakfast ever.

    Recipe

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    #breakfast

    #eggs

    #bread bowl

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