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Ham, Cheese, and Steamed Egg Croissant

Having breakfast today at Atlas Cafe because I am too lazy to make it myself. Luckily, they make the most delicious breakfast croisant sandwich. They steam their eggs, which is kind of like scrambled, but they are super fluffy. White cheddar cheese and black forest ham on a super flaky buttery croisant. Add some tapatio (hot sauce), salt, and pepper,and it is an unstoppable combo. I'd make this myself, but the recipe I found for croisants in the Tartine Cookbook is 5 pages long and takes at least two days.

A Nice Simple Breakfast

I never used to eat much breakfast as a kid. Sometimes I would have a bagel, or an English muffin, but usually I didn't even eat anything. Now I love it, and try to eat as big and well rounded one as I can. Today I had a kiwi, strawberry yogurt, rosemary scrambled eggs, and rosemary wheat bread with butter. Eggs were pretty simple.

Savoy Style Omelette

To start my morning off right, I decided to make a nice breakfast from my new Talisman Italian Cookbook. Saw a dish in there for "Savoy Style Omelette", but was partially dyslexic and thought it said "Savory Style" (yum). Heres the recipe: 2 tablespoons butter 2 small potatoes, diced fine 4 eggs 1/4 teaspon salt 1/8 teaspon pepper 1 tablesppon milk 1 tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese Melt butter in frying pan, add potatoes and brown. Beat eggs lightly, add salt, pepper, milk and cheese and add to potatoes. Cook over moderate fire 12 minutes on each side and serve.
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