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Old 10-27-2004, 11:29 AM   #361
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I forgot about this!! We had carmelized French toast & fruited grits.

Carmelize French Toast

4 slices bread
3 eggs
1/4C. milk
dash salt
2Tbsp. butter or margarine
1/2C. brown sugar
1/4C. water

Melt butter in frying pan. Beat eggs, milk, & salt together. Dip bread in egg mixture & fry until light brown & egg is cooked. Remove from pan. Add brown sugar. Stir until melted & sticky. Add water & stir. Place french toast in caramel sauce. Turn to coat, then remove from pan & serve.

I aslo added some cinnamon & nutmeg to the egg mixture & tripled the toast part of the recipe. I only doubled the carmel part.

Fruited Grits

1 1/4C. boiling water
1 1/2oz. instant-cooking grits
1/2C. rasins
1Tbsp. sugar
1/2tsp. cinnamon
1/4tsp. nutmeg
1/4C. chopped nuts(I used pecans)

Stir together grits, rasins. sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, & nuts; pour boiling water over mixture. Sevre warm with milk.

This is also good with dried apples, apricots, or figs.
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Old 10-27-2004, 11:33 AM   #362
 
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you really had this for breakfast today??????????????


why don't you open up your own breakfast place?? geeesh ..... makes my bagel look boring.. lol
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Old 10-27-2004, 11:34 AM   #363
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juliev, i've been waiting in pittsburgh for you to pick me up to go to crewsk's for breakfast......
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Yes I did. I don't think I could handle my own breakfast place! I'd go nuts(more than I already am anyway)! Bagles are far from boring! As a matter of fact that's what we're having for breakfast tomorrow. :D
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juliev, i've been waiting in pittsburgh for you to pick me up to go to crewsk's for breakfast......
Hey, do you really want me to pick you up there.. I don't have good experience with Pittsburgh.. I got lost there once.. you could be waiting awhile..

better get something ready for dinner crewsk.. or... late night snack... or just have some shots ready when we arrive.
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Hey, I can do all 3!
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Yes I did. I don't think I could handle my own breakfast place! I'd go nuts(more than I already am anyway)! Bagles are far from boring! As a matter of fact that's what we're having for breakfast tomorrow. :D
I have always had a second dream of having my own place.. what kind of place it would be I don't know... it would cost so much money to get started... and there are so many other factors involved... especially where I live.. alot of places are seasonal. I think I could do a good job.. but then there is the thing of finding people that actually want to work and not call in every week or show up.
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of course i do, pittsburgh is scaring me. they keep talikng about stillers and youns. and this keg is getting heavy, i might have to start emptying it a little...
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LOL.. you'll be half in the bag by the time I get there.. or half in the keg
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I would like my own place too. I just don't think I have the patients for it though. There is a little building down the road from my house that is for sale or lease. I would love to have it & do a garden like place. It is built like a road side fruit & veggie stand. I could always sale cakes & sweet goodies from there too.
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