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Parmesan "Grits" with Sweet Peas and Pecans

Green Onions on Toast?


This mornings breakfast was delicious , skinny and so easy! Wok steamed asparagus, dressed with truffle oil and a bit of sesame seed. A coddled egg that was poached in 1/4 teaspoon of cream, earth balance 'Butter", fine herbs , a pinch of Parmesan and then the real surprise!
Last night when out with two of my favorite pals , Mary surprised Laura with a vintage Gates Mills/ Chagrin Valley Hunt Club cookbook. The recipes were hysterical! Totally out of date, fun things from the late 50's that our mothers used to make!

There was one that stood out in particular...a classic called " Green onions on toast" three onions, butter and toast. Under the broiler for a few minutes, nothing else . We laughed so hard that we almost choked. Well girls? I stand corrected. Green onions on toast is what's underneath that poached egg. I used earth balance instead of butter, but the flavors were totally complimentary. Silly Mrs. Wagley or whomever she was forgot the most important part:) next week I'm going to try it with the egg and some smoked salmon!


Scallions on toast?
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Scallions on toast?


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