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Eggs and ?

Friday, April 16, 2021

Got an email ad for family-size breakfasts. What a lazy way to get my eggs emoticon for a couple of days.
Investigated the menus. EVERYTHING had fried potatoes or gravy. Well, almost everything.

emoticon Fried chicken breakfast meal? Six servings for 2 people? That is too much fried food for a week.

Substitute fruits for fried potato emoticon? not with His Honor.

One other option. Scramble a dozen eggs in the large skillet later today and refrigerate for the next few days. I could beat them fluffy and it would take only slightly longer than doing just 2 eggs in a smaller skillet. I could even add onions and pepper and herbs to suit my/our preferences. Maybe add something special emoticon

Sounds like a plan emoticon
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  • no profile photo CD26063482
    Vegetables go good with scrabbled eggs for breakfast. When I eat out I sometimes switch out the fried potatoes for vegetable of the day.
    29 days ago
  • MILPAM3
    How do you reheat your scrambled eggs...or am I misunderstanding? Sounds like you're making enough for a week's worth of breakfasts. I like the volume achieved when I mix the eggs with my immersion blender.
    29 days ago
  • THROOPER62
    emoticon
    29 days ago
  • HAPPYSOUL91
    I use canned mushrooms and mango salsa with my eggs
    30 days ago
  • no profile photo GOFORGIN
    Ok
    30 days ago
  • BROOKLYN_BORN
    I make a baked omelet using 16 oz of egg beaters plus 2 eggs. I add onions, spinach, cheese and any other veggie in season. It makes 6 servings so it lasts us 3 days. We eat it for lunch. Reheats well in the microwave and it has removed a TON of deli meat from our diets.

    30 days ago
  • BLAZINGPHOENIX
    I love eggs and peppers!
    30 days ago
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