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Nandita

Sounds wonderful! Looks like all of us are going to dig into some recipe books / websites and come up with ethnic breakfasts!

Jyothi

great event. Breakfast, everyday, this is must. Have to think and participate. Now only getting so many ideas...Thanks for hosting and surely will participate.

Suganya

Wonderful theme. Ideas are popping all over my head!

Roopa(KitchenAromas)

This one promises to be a lot of fun!

Lakshmi

Loved the theme. With the theme it would be wonderful to try something new from other countries for breakfast. Will come back with my entry.

Raaga

Hmmm... this sure sounds like fun. I totally believe that breakfast is THE meal of the day. Rush through anything else, but don't skip this one.

I will research and find something that I can make for this.

See you soon.

candy

i love breakfast food any time of day. so i may just have to make this my first blogging event to take part in! plus, it will be a challenge (and i love a challenge) since i grew up with super-traditional, all-american type breakfast food. i have NO idea what to make but i'll have fun finding something.

but here's a question: can i do something from the countries of my ancestors? i think it would be cool to find something some of my norwegian, german or polish forebearers might have eaten. but if that breaks the rules, i'm cool with that.

Glenna

Nandita--yay! Thanks for pointing me in that direction. I'm really excited too. I may have to make two or three things for this!

Jyothi--So glad you'll be counted in. Love that you're enthusiastic about it.

Suganya--Thanks so much. I can't take all the credit. Nandita offered several suggestions and I sort of winged my way off one of them. It's going to be fun!

Roopa--thanks so much for participating. I think it will be loads of fun too!

Lakshmi--Can't wait to see what you come up with!

Raaga--Yes! I'm with you! I can skip dinner much more easily than I can skip breakfast.

Candy--I would be honored if you joined us. You gave me a warm fuzzy. I think it's a great idea to find a dish from your family tree. I was thinking about that too. I have one dish I've seen on hotel menus in big cities I want to make because I've been too chicken to order it and then I, also, was thinking geneology. I'm Swedish on one side and Norwegian on the other so I thought it would be interesting to find a breakfast recipe from them, too. Let's see, Swedish/Norwegian, is it a cliche to say breakfast might have salmon, dill, or sour cream in it? Those flavors are some of my favorites. Can't wait to see what you come up with.


Cynthia

I am going to start doing some research to be a part of this event. Thanks for hosting, Glenna.

How are you? and how is Gene? My love to both of you.

sher

Hey cool! I'll put that on my calendar!

Glenna

Cynthia--Yay! This is going to be such a fun event!
Thanks for asking. We're doing okay. Stressed but okay. Gene's taking the brunt especially since he works out of the house so he'll be here all the time but everything's going to be fine. Thanks!

Sher--You'll do something great!

Guido da Cook

Ethnic breakfast - Mexican. Super Delicious and filling.

Baked Eggs

With winter fast approaching, baked eggs make for a hearty breakfast or a brunch before shoveling that wonderful white stuff. Although basically a breakfast or brunch dish, it also can double for a Sunday night supper. It's very filling, and will last you most of the day.


Ingredients:

• 8 Eggs
• 8 Oz Sour Cream
• 2 4 Ounce Cans chopped green chilies (mild or hot)
• 1 Cup shredded Monterrey or Colby cheese
• 1 1/2 cups diced 1/4" diced ham
• 2 TBS Butter
• 4 Gratin dishes

Instructions:

Butter each gratin dish. Layer the bottoms with diced ham, then chilies, 2-3 dollops of sour cream, and some shredded Jack. Crack 2-eggs for each dish, and pour over sour cream. Continue building layers until everything is used, then spread the remaining shredded Jack cheese on top. Cover each gratin dish with foil, and bake at 350F. approximately 15-minutes. Remove foil, and bake for another 10 minutes at 350F.

These can be assembled a day ahead of time and refrigerated. If they are assembled a day ahead of time and refrigerated, the eggs may take a little longer to fully cook.

Glenna

Thanks for the recipe, Bryan. Looks yummy!

candy

i emailed you my info just now. let me know if you don't get it. either way, here's a link to my entry:
http://eatheregetgas.bravejournal.com/entry/23538

Lisa

Hi there;

I emailed you my submission, but the email was returned to me. So, I'm leaving a comment with the link to the recipe I'd like to submit. You can find it here:

http://foodandspice.blogspot.com/2007/08/shahi-egg.html

Glenna

Candy and Lisa--Thanks! I've got you both down!

Ramkumari

Hi ,My first visit here and a there goes a theme too .I hope i can turn up with an intresting dish too .Let's c

Glenna

Ramkumari--Welcome! Can't wait to see your entry.

Kevin

My email got bounced as well. Please consider this entry:
http://closetcooking.blogspot.com/2007/08/asagohan-breakfast.html

Nupur

Hi Glenna, like many people here, I have been unable to send you the e-mail as well. Here is my entry:
http://onehotstove.blogspot.com/2007/08/mid-eastern-breakfast-platter.html
Thanks for hosting this event!

Nupur

hey , this is a great idea ..i will also try to come up with something . It would be a great excuse for making something different also :-)

Glenna

Nupur--good luck and thanks!

Nandita

Made it on time...
http://saffrontrail.blogspot.com/2007/08/farka-tunisian-breakfast-porridge.html
A North African Breakfast dish.
Your mail seems to be bouncing back!

bazu

Hi,

I think the email I sent you got bounced back, so I'm sending you the URL here, just in case. I hope I made it in time!

http://wherestherevolution.blogspot.com/2007/08/pancakes-and-photo-shoots-buckwheat-and.html

Thanks!

Idetrorce

very interesting, but I don't agree with you
Idetrorce

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