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Old 11-26-2021, 05:32 PM   #2521
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After Thanksgiving dinner I didn't think I would ever eat again, but around 2pm, I wasn't really hungry but I had a need to eat something, so I made a Titanic salad, without lifeboats.
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Old 11-26-2021, 06:11 PM   #2522
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Saw somewhere that someone had poached eggs over stuffing with gravy for breakfast. Thought I'd try it. I didn't enjoy it as much as I expected to.
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Old 12-02-2021, 05:38 PM   #2523
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I made hot dogs for lunch! No big deal, I know...but I made them on the new Blackstone E Griddle (electric). I'm kind of found of Dodger Dog style, grilled hot dogs. I used half the griddle for the wieners and half for toasting the buns. It worked out well. I can see using this to make hot dogs at a campout, easily.

So, baby steps! As usual, the instructions are written for a 5-year-old...and I'm long past that age, so it takes me a bit to figure out what they are saying...or showing pictures of, if you know what I mean? Turning it off is the trickiest part. There's a button within the knob, and you have to push in the button and turn it without turning the knob in order to turn it off. To top it off, the griddle likes to make little bell noises to mark an event. Turning on, getting to temp, turning off...so, 6 bells for 2 hot dogs. My youngest Corgi does not like new anything, especially noises. She still runs to daddy's lap when I turn the new Air Fryer on. Sigh. Maybe I need to get her some ear plugs?
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Old 12-02-2021, 06:22 PM   #2524
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I took a square of leftover enchilada pie, added 4 tbs. leftover chili, heated in the microwave, took my phosphate binders, and enjoyed a spicy, flavorful lunch. The corn tortilla, black beans, and antelope really added great flavor when put together.

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Old 12-03-2021, 03:24 PM   #2525
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I'm practicing...hoping to come up with a wreath for Christmas...this is today's lunch. I would use more basil for Christmas, but I think it would be cute for brunch or appetizer?

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