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Ever wonder what to do on the weekend with some leftovers? Well here’s an upscale version of a breakfast classic, steak and eggs. Smoked prime rib is added to potatoes, onions, garlic and some exoctic mushroom duxelle to Doc’ up the average hash into a worthy Wellington hash. But it doesn’t stop there, add a slice of seared foie gras and a perfectly poached egg. Now that is a royal repast!
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Home made Tortillas page 170. Here is a great snack on its own or as part of a Sunday ball game nosh; home made tortillas. Just pile on some spicy bean mash with cheese and carmelized onions, fresh avocado slices and top with cilatro and right off the vine sweet tomatoes. Street food that’s sweet food!
Looking for a delicious and slightly different stuffing for the Christmas meal this year. Try this delicious wild rice variation with wild boar sausage. An exciting exotic face to a comfortable favorite, it’s like the leopard print snuggie of food. A traditional stuffing of stale bread (I like challa), onions, celery, carrots, herbs and stock is combined with some wild boar sausage, red Himalayan rice, wild rice
With a little extra home made corned beef hanging around, the only sensible solution is a delicious Reuben hash with potatoes, onions, cheese, dressing-and a perfectly poached egg. The ultimate brunch.