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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    All was going swimmingly till it came time to flip,
    HW don't flip it , just cook one side and then fold it onto the plate, as long as the pan is non-stick its easypeasy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Would scoff both of those above, except for, ummm, AO's sausage.
    You've never scoffed before....why now, pray tell?
    Last edited by Topper; 05-11-2021 at 10:27 PM.

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    verb. If you scoff food, you eat it quickly and greedily.



    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    You've never scoffed before
    You ain't seen me current waistline. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    I generally
    ... let my cheese and kisses cook the omelette

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    Spring is here and the fresh fruits and veggies are aplenty . . .

    Waffle with fresh strawberries and blueberries (which I ate beforehand ), banana and freeze dried plum powder . . . a fresh avocado and goji berry milkshake with Almond milk and greek yoghurt . . . a nicely brewed latte.




    Now . . . full and ready to hit the garden with spring cleaning

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    Almonds don’t bloody well produce milk!!!


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    Breakfast is an amazing word when you understand the history of the saying.

    breakfast | Etymology, origin and meaning of breakfast by Etymonline

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    needed to finish the left over spicy noodle soup from tea yesterday, going native.

    Breakfast-1636273405833-jpg

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    What're the odds of getting three double-yolkers in a row while making a cheese omelette this morning? First time for me.

    Breakfast-20211110_092820-jpg

    Might as well put a few pics of how it all generally goes wrong in case someone needs a laugh

    Breakfast-20211110_092854-jpg

    Ok to this point as usual, then things go pear shaped.

    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    HW don't flip it , just cook one side and then fold it onto the plate, as long as the pan is non-stick its easypeasy
    It's the folding part I can never get right, they never stick but I can never get them to fold perfectly in half like good cooks can

    Breakfast-20211110_092925-jpg

    Mid munch with lashings of HP, looks horrendous but tastes good.

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    Three doubles . . . impressive . . . more so than the omelette . . . Simple and tasty, egg and cheese - noice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    with Almond milk
    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Willy View Post
    Almonds don’t bloody well produce milk!!!
    But who would put nut juice in their avocado smoothie?

    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    What're the odds of getting three double-yolkers in a row
    2 dilemmas here. If you're going for a 3 egg omelette why not stop at 4 yolks.

    On the other hand, 3 double-yokers in a row, how can you not go for 4?

    Or check if the box actually says doubl-yokers on it.
    Lang may yer lum reek...

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    Fukn hell - the zany larfs.

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    Your life's a struggle, isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    2 dilemmas here. If you're going for a 3 egg omelette why not stop at 4 yolks.
    Because then I'd only have the same volume equivalent as a 2 egg omelette, which isn't enough!

    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    On the other hand, 3 double-yokers in a row, how can you not go for 4?
    Will find out if this run continues at breakfast time tomorrow..

    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    Or check if the box actually says doubl-yokers on it.
    The box just said they were size 0, which are obviously large sized eggs anyway. Is there such a thing as boxes of eggs that are known double-yolkers and labelled as such?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Is there such a thing as boxes of eggs that are known double-yolkers and labelled as such?
    There is.

    Breakfast-dyoke-jpeg

    ซื้อ Sangthong Farm Fresh Double Yolk Eggs (6 Pcs) Online จาก Big C - HappyFresh
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    ^Whale oil beef hooked. Never seen them before.

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    I think eggs are scanned to sort out size, yolks, embryos, damage or fake Chinese copies.

    Probably not common here in Thailand though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    a 2 egg omelette, which isn't enough!
    "a 2 egg omelette" ... with rice, that would feed 3 (2 boys and me) of us!


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    FFS it looks like most of these are double-yolkers, Mrs Worx had a single and double yolk cooking her breakfast earlier.

    Breakfast-20211111_100112-jpg
    Breakfast-20211111_100207-jpg

    Not complaining though, they still get the job done.

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    I guess the yoke's on you HW . . .


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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    FFS it looks like most of these are double-yolkers, Mrs Worx had a single and double yolk cooking her breakfast earlier.

    Not complaining though, they still get the job done.
    At home, when new hens first start laying they often start off with a couple of tiny little eggs, the size of a sparrow's egg, and then seem to often lay double-yolkers until they settle down into the regular laying routine.

    I remember earlier this year when I was breaking eggs into a bowl to make a quiche, I had two consecutive double yolkers and it remains one of the most eggciting things that has happened to me in Isaan!
    Last edited by Mendip; 11-11-2021 at 12:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    eggciting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    I had two consecutive double yolkers and it remains one of the most eggciting things that has happened to me in Isaan!
    No photos?

    They'd be a great addition to the family albumen.

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    Egg yokes aside . . . back to freshness

    Spring and strawberries . . . add a slight coating of castor sugar, add maple syrup and place on pancake . . . roll up and EAT




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    very nice!

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