What's For Dinner? - 2019

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rubysmama

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What is a Naan? That doesn't sound boring to me. :)
neely neely already answered your Naan question. It's a "newer to me" bread, and I love it as a pizza crust. And by boring, I meant when I keep posting the same meals, (i.e. pizza, lasagna, beans & rice) not that the pizza itself was boring. It was actually yummy. And will likely be what I have again tonight. :yummy:
 

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I'll actually post later, but

How long will a boiled egg stay fresh?
According to Google, a week. HOWEVER, I've been keeping them for up to 3 weeks my entire life, and have NEVER EVER had one go bad in that time. I boil them while they are VERY fresh, refrigerate them as soon as they are fairly cool. As I said, I've NEVER had one go bad in that 3 week period. ANYTHING you see posted on places like Google will have a pretty good safety net, and will assume that the eggs have been handled as poorly as possible. As with most things culinary, your nose will tell you if you've kept an egg (cooked or raw) one day too long! SNIFF FIRST, eat later.
 

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Well, I thawed a package of bacon out, and nothing else. SO...I'll either scramble some eggs to go with, and throw a slice of bread in the toaster, OR I'll make bacon sandwiches, which is more likely. I can eat bacon sandwiches ALMOST as much as I can eat hot dogs. And that "almost" is simply because the hot dogs are far, far easier and require less clean up.

Think I'll see if Tara can run me to the store tomorrow for more salad fixins.
 

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It is. I've gone a bit nuts for maple-glazed bacon.

Speaking of which...I'm trying to broaden my horizons and figure out something to do with Brussels sprouts that would make them taste like something a human would willingly eat. I wondered how they would be shredded, then lightly sauteed with either almonds or pecan or walnut pieces in bacon grease...any thoughts?
 

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I made tortilla dough before going to work for a bit and made the tortillas when I got home. I had a ham/cheese/pepper/onion wrap, then ate two more fresh tortillas. That was around 2:30pm, now I'm stuffed.

Maybe I'll boil some eggs and have one for dinner! Now where did I get that idea???? :p
 
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It is. I've gone a bit nuts for maple-glazed bacon.

Try a maple glazed bacon covered donut :yummy:

Speaking of which...I'm trying to broaden my horizons and figure out something to do with Brussels sprouts that would make them taste like something a human would willingly eat. I wondered how they would be shredded, then lightly sauteed with either almonds or pecan or walnut pieces in bacon grease...any thoughts?
Try these:

Recipe: Cider-Glazed Brussels Sprouts and Bacon
Recipe: Roasted Potatoes with Bacon & Brussels Sprouts
https://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-stovetop-brussels-sprouts-hash-with-crispy-sage-and-walnuts-225066
 
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