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Discussion in 'Cooking and Recipe Forum' started by svk, Jan 25, 2016.

  1. amberg

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    Thanks Steve, I usually use a 3 egg poacher anymore, but I think I can still try the seasoning salt in the water with all the steam.
     
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    svk Firewood and Saw Collector

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    I figured out how to do it in a shallow pan. Found out about a true poacher after I figured it out lol.
     
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    I love poached eggs but my wife won't eat them.
    She will only eat scrambled so I cook her them a lot. (We only eat eggs maybe once or twice a week)
    The easy fast way is to mix with some milk with my Braun hand mixer in an uncovered glass microwave bowl and the pop it into the microwave for about 4 minutes.
    It comes out fluffy and nice, but a bit too bland for me. I have to add some Louisiana hot sauce.
    I like frying my eggs in a bit of oil too.
    I use my Dad's (RIP) old cast iron frying pan that is over 50 years old now.
    Drop in some bacon after the eggs come out and pour a bit of pure Ontario Maple syrup on top just before it's done.
    That and some wheat toast with butter and I'm set for cutting some wood on a Saturday morning.
     
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    I would love 3 poached eggs.
    with this fresh liverwurst, just got it made Saturday. 5.4 lbs. And don't forget the grits. maple syrup, bacon, pancakes, and toast!
     

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    27A09EDD-8F12-441A-9340-18EBD7F23618.jpeg A little quich action this morning. Getting sick of the omelette. Onions, peppers., Tomatoes, ham and some cheese. 375 in the oven for about 40 minutes and your good to go.
     
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    I am hungry!!! Wonder why!!! Looks good guys!!! LOL!!!! thanks; sonny580
     
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    Fried hickory smoked flavored spam with queso and sunny side up eggs.

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    We have been buying Eggland's Best brand eggs lately and they are definitely a step above the regular eggs from Walmart.

    ^ What dou you mean buying eggs? You have no chickens?
    Want some?

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    svk Firewood and Saw Collector

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    I travel too much to own chickens. I got some farm eggs from my brother in law the other day and boy are they good.
     
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    Pork has really been attractively priced lately. I got a 4 pack of bone in chops for under $4 the other day from the local market. Served with three Eggland’s Best eggs made for a delicious lunch.

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    Crispy corned beef hash, onion, and cheddar omelette drizzled with queso from yesterday. Making the same thing this morning but adding green and red pepper.

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    No pics of dinner. I had made bacon/sausage drippings gravy yesterday. I made a onion and pepper omelet tonight and covered it with gravy, man was that good.
     
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    Benedict on top of cauliflower bread patties for breakfast.

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    just got done reading this whole thread.. sure you didn't miss your calling??? chef Steve????
     
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    svk Firewood and Saw Collector

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    I do love to cook!

    And I have eaten my fair share of crappy food too when I try out different recipes
     
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    same reason,,when I get burnt at a restaurant,,im scared of going back...…..
     
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    me, too! but I like to eat better! lol
     
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    you can have Denny's as far as I am concerned... last couple times for breakfast, dint like the coffee... too strong, too old... and the breakfast fare to me... tasted like cooked in old oil. I don't want the yukkie oil taste to foller the food into my mouth... besides, how can you beat farm fresh ranch eggs for breakfast on a cold day headed out to do farm chores or split wood?....

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