"The duty of a good Cuisinier is to transmit to the next generation everything he has learned and experienced."~Fernand Point

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Thursday, May 7, 2009

My Big Brekky Break


I made this special big brekky yesterday.

I prepared the following:

One piece square cut of Turkish Bread
2 eggs
1 red firm Tomato (truss)


Method:

I fried the eggs sunny side up with little amount of olive oil in a big deep pan together with sliced tomato. I turned over the tomato. [Do not overcook the tomato].

At the same time, I lightly toasted the Turkish bread under the griller.

Arranged bread on a plate topped with fried eggs and neatly stacked tomato on its side. I seldom take salt or pepper.

I had banana to go with it and creamed decaffeinated coffee. I'm actually using Ecco coffee made from Barley, Malted Barley, Rye and Chicory.

Try it! You'll love it!

Bon appetit!

3 comments:

Pacey said...

Nang haros man ka ug comment,hehehe...ang recipe sa puto maya ako pa panguyoun sa ako cuz. siya kabalo adto ug kugihan ana muluto. Igo rako kaun, hahahah...

Bonnie Bonsai said...

pagkakomedyante baya nimo. hahaha...mao nang akong maangayan sa mga bisaya kay kamao mokatawa. i enjoy your blogs. for some soulful inspiration adto ko sa soul pacifier.... insightful imong thoughts didto. very "living" gayud.

Linda said...

Turkish bread is gorgeous with eggs. There are some recipes for Turkish burgers on the www.taste.com.au site. Yum.