Baked Cream Eggs: breakfast special today at my Bangkok hotel. It took me back to Elsa Maxwell’s cookbook reminiscences of entertaining glitterati and royalty in the pre 60s decades. It was all white-food as in the color, not ethnicity. Today’s recipes are so brown-food while modernist is too disparate, akin to wrangling wayward on a […]
Breakfast and dinner in the some tray. Large 2 kg/4.5 lb fish from the Tonle Sap at today’s market, while the fish monger’s breakfast bowl awaits.
Breakfast: stir fried rice noodles with beef and sickly sweet iced coffee!
Stir fried fresh yellow noodles for breakfast. And I learned a new technique: turn the heat way down before adding fresh noodles to finish cooking and they won’t stick to the wok. Thanks for the hint @samdara142
Potato, spinach & goat cheese frittata this morning for brekkie. Leftover spuds inspired me & a well stocked cheese larder allowed me to deviate from innocuous cheddar. I’m still debating whether a classic frittata should have milk, though. Anyone’s thoughts…?
Khmer breakfast. grilled pork & rice, soup & pickles.
Naan gyi, dry-fried flat bread with chickpeas white tea. Indian-influenced second brekkie this morning in Pakokku, a vibrant city about 40 minutes north of Bagan (in the other/West side of the Irrawaddy River.)
Paratha thoke, fried bread salad for breakfast. With chicken peas plus a Knorr soup side.
Mandalay’s famous white noodles for breakfast at Daw Shwu Bi. Not shown are the myriad garnishes, from lime to cilantro to fried gourd bean fritters.
Billous poori potato curry, tamarind tomato sides. Breakfast in Mandalay