May 27: Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Lunch

We finished cooking a par-baked mini-baguette that we spread with Burrata and stuffed with Speck and Arugula.

  • The par-baked roll was 86c per serve
  • The Speck was $3.99, and we shared about ⅔, or $1.34 per serve
  • Arugula adds 40c per serve
  • The Burrata was $4.99, and we shared one, or $1.25 per serve.

As it turns out the Burrata added little to the sandwich, where the primary flavor drivers were the Speck and Wild Arugula. A good sandwich for $3.85 per serve.

Dinner

After sweating some Shallots and Capers we mixed the remaining Smoked Salmon into our Scrambled Egg Mix and cooked it quickly: Australian Style. We topped on Toast spread with a Compound Butter made with our Tomato Herb mix we purchased just outside Positano on the Amalfi Coast in Italy.

  • The Dave’s Killer Bread is 37c per serve
  • Two Pastured Eggs are 76c per serve
  • Butter adds 40c per serve
  • Imported Herbs add 40c per serve
  • The Smoked Salmon adds $1.35 per serve
  • Half a Kumato adds 30c per serve.

A tasty, and surprisingly filling, meal for $3.58 per serve.

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