What’s for Breakfast: Protein Explosion Edition

There just isn’t much variety when it comes to breakfast in Maha Sarakham. Most people eat grilled pork skewers and sticky rice or some variation of rice porridge. While delicious, these get quite boring.

If there’s time after dropping the kids off at school, we sometimes go eat lunch stuff for breakfast at one of the few places open that early, but most days we eat at home, because we make the best coffee in town (not terribly difficult).

Today, Nam fried up all the leftover meats in our fridge, including gyoza stuffing, sweet Chinese sausage, and pork floss (that Mina loves eating over rice, lol!). The eggs were also perfectly done. It all came together quite nicely.

Kimchi Buta Miso Ramen

Just something I threw together the other day using leftover pork spare rib stock, fresh green onions, and my last cup of kimchi. Oh, and two lonesome chillies I found on my kitchen counter.

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Saucepan Casserole

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Whole wheat penne, w/free range buta red sauce, pan fried in butter and chili bologna, topped with Monterey cheddar and leftover Italian spice packet that came with a delivered pizza many months ago. Max approves.

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