Its almost impossible to find a good picture of corned beef hash with egg ( as requested by a friend). There is something about this manly breakfast that somehow is not too appealing on the plate, Yeah the red dark colour is somehow always hide beneath the vibrant yellow sunny side up. But the taste and texture surely is a perfect greasy spoon for morning breggfirst. I can imagine right now Schwartz deli in Montreal would be phenomenal!This post idea then is dedicated to the brother who wants a manly meal and the sister who wants egg bennie.Trying to be fair for both or rather to satisfy my visual lust, I present you the egg bennie with corned beef hash!The only way to eat this is fat all the way, no lean meat please! Just out of curiousity, do you know why its called corned beef?
image: Chandra Marsono
This is Lontong Cap Go Meh. Cap Go Meh/ Cap Goh Meh literally means the fifteenth night.It is the mark of the end of lunar year celebration for the chinese. Cap Goh Meh is celebrated differently in Asia. In Taiwan, they celebrated this day with lantern, while in Southeast Asia this day is noted as Valentine, where groups of single ladies are participating in the throwing orange to the sea as a ritual to receive luck in romance. I no longer participated in any of the rituals plus I am married, but I really enjoy this special dish made of compressed rice in steamed banana leaves, coconut milk, eggs, chicken flakes and chips. What is your traditional food that does not come around too often?
Apparently there is an attack by the seaweeds family! They are everywhere. Could it be on the famous super food list soon?IWow! I am not suprised at all! This greenish guy is full of nutrients , some buzz is saying they are known to give protection from heart disease and potential agent for weight loss.Offcourse you have to eat more than a sprinkle of seaweed and acoompany it with the appriate friends like vegies, but for lusting purposes, I decided to embed the picture of this spam sandwich with mayo and sprinkle of nori! ahhaha.
source from flickr.
A highschool old friend told me Pizza is her favorite breakfast. I remmebered my first favorite pizza long time before wood fire thin crust gaining some buzz, it was the biggest slice, the thinest crust, italian pizza somewhere in St. John, New Brunswick. Till date unfortunately i never knew whats the time. It was the best pizza breakfast i ever had. Recently pizza libretto has become my go to pizza: feels like i could seriously eat it anytime because the sauce is so light unlike those heaviely preserved fast food pizza! The crust is just wonderful and chewy, but crusty on the edges!!! I heard Chicago has the best deep dish pizza as well. I really need to know where is the best pizza, and what kind ( for my next pizza hunting). Can you let me know… please??
image by Kyle Turpie
Good morning from Indonesia: this dish is called nasi goreng a.k.a fried rice.Typically served with suny side up egg, shrimp crackers, chili sauce and pickled cucumber ( sweet and sour). It is definetely full carbohydrate. In indonesia we are used to full carbohydrate breakfast like rice and noodle. Often protein is a rare thing especially for lower income because carbohydrate is cheaper and give you loads of energy for labour work. Nevertheless, every province has its own style and flare. I thought i share with you breggfirst from my home country!