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Old 02-25-2014, 07:50 PM   #11
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We had omelettes with grated Gruyère and chopped scallions. Stirling had toast with his and I had a couple of slices of some whole grain baguette.

The first time I tried to make omelettes the way Julia Child made them, they turned out exactly right. Further experimenting has not been as successful, though it has all tasted good. Tonight's were not pretty enough to photograph.
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Old 02-25-2014, 08:08 PM   #12
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Old 02-25-2014, 09:53 PM   #13
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We had omelettes with grated Gruyère and chopped scallions. Stirling had toast with his and I had a couple of slices of some whole grain baguette.

The first time I tried to make omelettes the way Julia Child made them, they turned out exactly right. Further experimenting has not been as successful, though it has all tasted good. Tonight's were not pretty enough to photograph.
I can understand the omelet visuals. I can make them, and they taste really good.....but they sure aren't pretty.
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I had two double-wide, brontosaurus sized pork chops that I stuffed. Each a pound before stuffing. We split one; the other will make an appearance as a leftover later this week. The sides were tossed salad, an extra of stuffing, steamed broccoli, and sauteed apples and fennel. There is still a bit of gingerbread cake we'll finish with a bit of vanilla ice cream.
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Old 02-25-2014, 11:25 PM   #15
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Leftover pizza and salad.
CG, The pork chops that I stuffed On Sunday were really big too! I finished mine for lunch today ;)
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Leftover pizza and salad.
CG, The pork chops that I stuffed On Sunday were really big too! I finished mine for lunch today ;)
I had a leftover pork chop for lunch yesterday, too.
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