Breakfast lab: pairing poached eggs

I love poached eggs for breakfast because there is so much you can do with them then just eggs benny. How about cornbread crumble with poached eggs?

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This week I’m experimenting with pairing poached eggs.

What a brilliant idea putting them on my french toast smothered in Canadian maple syrup:

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But one of my favs is topping a whole wheat english muffin with crumbled cornbread creating a perfect nesting spot for a perfectly poached egg:

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What have you paired your poached eggs with?

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About Marsha Idella

It's my Edible Journey! I love food. I love love love chef tastings. Eating out inspires my home cooking. I’m passionate about sharing the foods I’ve tasted – made by someone else or me. I love sharing my journey through food, advising where to eat and what to eat. Sometimes it’s a homemade meal, a nearby restaurant, a culinary vacation or a food themed event. I love sharing food photos and their descriptions just as much as eating, but I also need to archive my foodie photos and recommendations thus far so that I don’t forget where I’ve been. Sometimes it is about eating the same thing twice – especially when you want to share that experience with someone or just relive it. “This is amazing, you gotta eat this”
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One Response to Breakfast lab: pairing poached eggs

  1. chrisjagt says:

    Try this English muffin toasted -> Mozzarella chesse -> thin slice of tomato-> poached egg->pesto… And Presto.. mmmhmm

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