Results 1 to 6 of 6

Thread: Breakfast this morning...

  1. #1
    pltrgyst Guest

    Default Breakfast this morning...

    She Who Must Be Obeyed, heading out to church, hinted she would like
    crepes. Being a good slave, I complied...

    Breakfast!

    I went a little eggier today, with three xl eggs, 2 cups ap flour
    sifted, 1 tsp salt, 2.5 cu milk, 1 tsp vanilla; blend until smooth;
    refrigerate for 30 minutes to overnight. (Makes 7 large crepes.)

    The setup:
    http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c1.jpg

    A little trouble with the new spreader:
    http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c2.jpg

    Done lightly, so you can come back to this first side while you add
    toppings which need to be brought to temperature:
    http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c3.jpg

    In between:
    http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c10.jpg

    Done fully, not allowing for heating toppings:
    http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c16.jpg

    The result of 15-20 seconds on the second side:
    http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c4.jpg

    Raspberry jam added:
    http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c5.jpg

    Folded:
    http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c7.jpg

    With melted butter and cinnamon sugar:
    http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c12.jpg

    Cinnamon crepe, folded:
    http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c14.jpg

    All's well that ends well -- hit with powdered sugar, to serve:
    http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c8.jpg

    -- Larry

  2. #2
    dsi1 Guest

    Default Re: Breakfast this morning...

    On 8/26/2012 8:28 AM, pltrgyst wrote:
    > She Who Must Be Obeyed, heading out to church, hinted she would like
    > crepes. Being a good slave, I complied...
    >
    > Breakfast!
    >
    > I went a little eggier today, with three xl eggs, 2 cups ap flour
    > sifted, 1 tsp salt, 2.5 cu milk, 1 tsp vanilla; blend until smooth;
    > refrigerate for 30 minutes to overnight. (Makes 7 large crepes.)
    >
    > The setup:
    > http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c1.jpg
    >
    > A little trouble with the new spreader:
    > http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c2.jpg
    >
    > Done lightly, so you can come back to this first side while you add
    > toppings which need to be brought to temperature:
    > http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c3.jpg
    >
    > In between:
    > http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c10.jpg
    >
    > Done fully, not allowing for heating toppings:
    > http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c16.jpg
    >
    > The result of 15-20 seconds on the second side:
    > http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c4.jpg
    >
    > Raspberry jam added:
    > http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c5.jpg
    >
    > Folded:
    > http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c7.jpg
    >
    > With melted butter and cinnamon sugar:
    > http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c12.jpg
    >
    > Cinnamon crepe, folded:
    > http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c14.jpg
    >
    > All's well that ends well -- hit with powdered sugar, to serve:
    > http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c8.jpg
    >
    > -- Larry


    I think I make butter mochi waffles. I'll use an egg rather than ground
    flax seed though.

    http://myjoyfulmessylife.com/2012/01...mochi-waffles/


  3. #3
    John John Guest

    Default Re: Breakfast this morning...

    On Sun, 26 Aug 2012 14:28:39 -0400, pltrgyst <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >She Who Must Be Obeyed, heading out to church, hinted she would like
    >crepes. Being a good slave, I complied...
    >
    >Breakfast!


    <snip>

    >All's well that ends well -- hit with powdered sugar, to serve:
    >http://www.xhost.org/photos/crepes/201208/c8.jpg


    The crepe looks good, but why is there a deep-fried cockroach next to
    it?

    John


  4. #4
    pltrgyst Guest

    Default Re: Breakfast this morning...

    On 8/26/12 5:28 PM, John John wrote:

    > The crepe looks good, but why is there a deep-fried cockroach next to
    > it?


    You take free protein wherever you can find it these days...

    -- Larry


  5. #5
    gloria p Guest

    Default Re: Breakfast this morning...



    We are spending some time in California and had cheese blintzes with
    homemade sauces, apricot and passionfruit. Our daughter is a great cook.

    gloria p

  6. #6
    Ema Nymton Guest

    Default Re: Breakfast this morning...

    On 8/26/2012 9:14 PM, pltrgyst wrote:
    > On 8/26/12 5:28 PM, John John wrote:
    >
    >> The crepe looks good, but why is there a deep-fried cockroach next to
    >> it?

    >
    > You take free protein wherever you can find it these days...
    >
    > -- Larry



    Your crepes look good. I had a nutella, banana, whipped cream crepe that
    was pretty tasty. You are inspiring me to make them. I like the idea of
    your cinnamon crepe.

    Becca


Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32