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Old 04-07-2020, 07:12 PM   #1301
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The leftover kraut might have been even better than last night.
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Old 04-07-2020, 08:43 PM   #1302
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Lunch today:

Filet mignon and green beans w/garlic, bacon, and mushrooms.

Supper tonight:

Salad; Spring mix, mint leafs, red cabbage, red onion, canned crabmeat, bacon bits, and toasted coconut, w/garlic sour cream
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I don't have the presentation of Mech, but this was so damn good, I just had to post it...
Taking advantage of super light quarantine traffic, I have time to make breakfast before heading to work.
Sausage, Pepper, Onion, Mushroom omelet with Provolone with leftovers from last night's dinner.
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Old 04-09-2020, 10:24 AM   #1305
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Yesterdays fare

Eggs & scrappe croissant & side scrapple breakfast

Chipotle chicken breast w/ roasted veggies for lunch

Spring mix with, red onion, bacon, mandarins, and gorgonzola for supper
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I don't have the presentation of Mech, but this was so damn good, I just had to post it...
Taking advantage of super light quarantine traffic, I have time to make breakfast before heading to work.
Sausage, Pepper, Onion, Mushroom omelet with Provolone with leftovers from last night's dinner.
Omelets are fun to make. Did you know many professional chefs, especially French trained chefs use omelet making as a test for those who claim to be chefs?
When the executive Chef asks you to make him an omelet, its very important that you be ready.
This request requires no more than eggs, sometimes milk or cream, a good omelet pan and some oil and butter.

Oh...here's an example of a French omelet.
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Omelets are fun to make. Did you know many professional chefs, especially French trained chefs use omelet making as a test for those who claim to be chefs?
When the executive Chef asks you to make him an omelet, its very important that you be ready.
This request requires no more than eggs, sometimes milk or cream, a good omelet pan and some oil and butter.
for me, it usually just means cleaning out the fridge of whatever is left over, lol. This fried peppers, onions, mushrooms are always a plus. The Italian sausage and provolone put this one over the top...so simple, but so good. Another good one was leftover corned beef, chopped up like hash. French fries work great, too!
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Breakfast today: Eggs and scrapple

Lunch: Sausage and peppers
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I made bread today with my boyfriend!
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I made bread today with my boyfriend!

Very nice!
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Very nice!
Thanks Mech! We'll be making a bunch more for sure
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Thanks Mech! We'll be making a bunch more for sure

You're welcome. Were they made in a dutch oven?


I'm not a baker but I am thinking of trying.
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You're welcome. Were they made in a dutch oven?


I'm not a baker but I am thinking of trying.
We don’t have a Dutch oven. We made another loaf with one of those the rock pans that come with a cover as a makeshift Dutch oven but they’re not nearly as tall as they are wide.

The ones in the picture were just made on a pan!
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We don’t have a Dutch oven. We made another loaf with one of those the rock pans that come with a cover as a makeshift Dutch oven but they’re not nearly as tall as they are wide.

The ones in the picture were just made on a pan!

Beautiful job!

I ask about the dutch oven because I see so many posts of breads made in them in cooking groups about them constantly lately.

My wife never used a dutch oven and she's made tons of bread.
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Baked a loaf of beer bread today. Comfort food while working at home during a snow storm.
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Rotisserie chicken (Costco) Perogies, Asparagus and sweet cherry tomatoes.
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It’s like what was before this mess, it depends upon when you go. I went to Hannafords (grocery) midweek and it wasn’t crazy, people were chill and stayed away from each other. Wife made some vanilla scones earlier this week that were tasty, not dry like some I’ve had in the past.
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Yesterdays fare

Eggs & scrappe croissant & side scrapple breakfast

Chipotle chicken breast w/ roasted veggies for lunch

Spring mix with, red onion, bacon, mandarins, and gorgonzola for supper
At the rate you are going, one of 2 things are most likely to happen.

1. you will have to go on a diet for twice as long as the quarantine lasts.
2. the grocers you frequent will show a marked decline in sales after the quarantine ends

Actually both are going to happen lol
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