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TAKE A STAND: Round 14 - Breakfast Eggs

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How do you like your breakfast eggs?

sunny up
3
6%
over easy
14
29%
over medium
7
15%
over well
1
2%
scrambled soft (wet)
4
8%
scrambled hard (dry)
8
17%
omelet
3
6%
poached
1
2%
basted
3
6%
boiled
0
No votes
hatched, raised on a grain-fed diet, killed, cut into 8 pieces, marinated in buttermilk and hot sauce, dredged, and deep-fried
3
6%
other
1
2%
 
Total votes : 48

Re: TAKE A STAND: Round 14 - Breakfast Eggs

Postby zoomzoom » Thu Sep 16, 2010 11:11 am

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Re: TAKE A STAND: Round 14 - Breakfast Eggs

Postby carla » Thu Sep 16, 2010 10:09 pm

chefshawn wrote:i made a huge pot of hot dog chili on monday, and skimmed the fat off the top. for some reason, i kept this fat, and fried a couple of eggs in it this morning. it was not good. i think the coriander in the chili made it great for dogs, but terrible for juevos, ranchero style.


What is hot dog chili? What kind of hot dogs did you use? And how many?! :shock:

I discovered I have a low tolerance for dogs because the salt overwhelms any other flavor. I still have half a package of Hebrew Nat'l beef dogs in the freezer. They'll end up in beenie weenies when I next get the craving, so I can enjoy salty sweet with tons of brown mustard added.

From your post, Shawn, it does seem the huevos would be tasty. Too bad it didn't work out.

Coriander killed the eggs, huh? I got a close-out bottle of dried cilantro for a buck; I intend to hydrate some in scrambled eggs & cheese headed for a breakfast burrito. Or maybe try it in pretend easy (dare I say Ho-Made?!) pozole, broth with canned hominy, veg, chili & herbage, chicken or pork & whatever else gets thrown in. Hmm. That sounds like a decent pantry dinner.
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Re: TAKE A STAND: Round 14 - Breakfast Eggs

Postby haleoalau » Thu Sep 16, 2010 10:15 pm

carla wrote:
chefshawn wrote:i made a huge pot of hot dog chili on monday, and skimmed the fat off the top. for some reason, i kept this fat, and fried a couple of eggs in it this morning. it was not good. i think the coriander in the chili made it great for dogs, but terrible for juevos, ranchero style.


What is hot dog chili? What kind of hot dogs did you use? And how many?! :shock:

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I'm presuming Shawn meant chili intended for topping hot dogs. But if I'm wrong - it sounds like a little back story is order!
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Re: TAKE A STAND: Round 14 - Breakfast Eggs

Postby carla » Thu Sep 16, 2010 11:43 pm

haleoalau wrote:
carla wrote:
chefshawn wrote:i made a huge pot of hot dog chili on monday, and skimmed the fat off the top. for some reason, i kept this fat, and fried a couple of eggs in it this morning. it was not good. i think the coriander in the chili made it great for dogs, but terrible for juevos, ranchero style.


What is hot dog chili? What kind of hot dogs did you use? And how many?! :shock:


I'm presuming Shawn meant chili intended for topping hot dogs. But if I'm wrong - it sounds like a little back story is order!

Aaaah!! (slaps head.) Thanks haleoalau! (Nope, definitely not common in my neck of the woods. And our most recent hot dog joint closed before I got there. I'm sure I would love a chili dog, but it's not at the top of my places to get to in town. The new fish & chips joint run by a Brit couple, which uses line-caught Alaskan cod [just color me Californian], IS, for both me and dad. Supposedly they have haggis on the menu, though I assume it's a low-key sausage that merely contains oatmeal, though one never knows.
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Re: TAKE A STAND: Round 14 - Breakfast Eggs

Postby Chef Mongo » Fri Sep 17, 2010 7:51 pm

Hot dog chili is to proper chili as a ribeye steak is to a tofu dog.
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Re: TAKE A STAND: Round 14 - Breakfast Eggs

Postby chefshawn » Sat Sep 18, 2010 10:16 am

yeah, the hot dog chili in question goes on the dogs, rather than them going into the chili. however, if i find myself out of buns later on...

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Re: TAKE A STAND: Round 14 - Breakfast Eggs

Postby chefshawn » Sat Sep 18, 2010 10:17 am

Chef Mongo wrote:Hot dog chili is to proper chili as a ribeye steak is to a tofu dog.


correct. this was definitely a condiment ONLY
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Re: TAKE A STAND: Round 14 - Breakfast Eggs

Postby zoomzoom » Sat Sep 18, 2010 10:41 am

Why would you put condoms on a hot dog?


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Re: TAKE A STAND: Round 14 - Breakfast Eggs

Postby Rachel » Sun Sep 19, 2010 7:43 am

....with potatoes. and ceyanne pepper.
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Re: TAKE A STAND: Round 14 - Breakfast Eggs

Postby koshersalty » Sun Sep 19, 2010 3:55 pm

Chef Mongo wrote:Hot dog chili is to proper chili as a ribeye steak is to a tofu dog.


Yes, but to clarify that "hot dog chili" is not necessarily a bad thing:

In the Detroit area, there is a special "chili" that is used for Coney Islands. It's more of a sauce than a chili. It is the brown love that elevates the humble Koegel dog to the highest incarnation of the hot dog arts.
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Re: TAKE A STAND: Round 14 - Breakfast Eggs

Postby Chef Mongo » Sun Sep 19, 2010 7:20 pm

I was referring specifically to the crap that's sold in grocery stores here under brand names like Bunker Hill as "hot dog chili." It's disgusting.
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