Thursday, May 28, 2009

For breakfast, egg fried rice, is kind of nice.

picture photograph image eat local ingredients in egg fried rice 2009 copyright of sam breach http://becksposhnosh.blogspot.com/




Local Resources
Holiday ham from Boccalone [currently not available, buy during holiday season & freeze in smaller portions]
Little gem lettuce and shallots from Marin Roots Farm
Spring garlic from Mariquita Farm
Pasture raised eggs from Soul Food Farm
Basmati Rice from Lundberg.

Other Resources & Further Reading
Peanut Oil & Soy Sauce of non-local/unknown origin.
For egg fried rice I usually follow the technique, but not necessarily the exact ingredients, in one of my favourite recipe tomes, The Cook's Book.

Archives
2006 | Introducing Dessert First by PastryGirl, Anita.

© 2009 Sam Breach

6 Comments:

  • At 28/5/09 08:23, Anonymous San Francisco Photos said…

    WOW it certainly does sound nice and I'm hungry and need breakfast! Thanks for always having the best recipes here!

     
  • At 28/5/09 09:04, Blogger jacqui | happyjackeats said…

    i love fried rice for breakfast! i usually add one scrambled egg and top with one fried egg.

     
  • At 28/5/09 09:52, Blogger cookiecrumb said…

    That DOES sound nice for breakfast!
    ---your photo, drool---

     
  • At 28/5/09 10:00, OpenID danamccauley said…

    My son loves this kind of breakfast. In fact, I often heat up leftover stir fry for him or fried rice and pop an egg on top.

     
  • At 28/5/09 12:13, Blogger ChrisB said…

    Glad to see you are using chopsticks.

     
  • At 28/5/09 20:53, Anonymous Carolyn Jung said…

    I once had cold pad thai for breakfast. (leftovers from dinner the night before, staying in a hotel, no microwave available....) My friend thought I was nuts. But it was spectacular.

     

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