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    Late Sunday Morning ABF

    Kids are asleep the wife is out exercising and I have been scrounging through the refrigerator. Came up with bacon, Dixie sausage, potatoes, an onion and a red bell pepper. Decided to put them to use. So about 11:30 we will have fried eggs for the wife and I, a cheese omelette for the kids and sides of home fries, done in the oven, bacon, sausage, toast and jam.

    The potatoes had been cooked lightly in the microwave,


    The meat, nice bacon and Dixie Sausages, Thai German meats are our choice for brekky.



    Now I have diced the potatoes, onions, and bell, drizzled with olive oil and added cracked black pepper, seasoning salt, and a bit of Italian seasoning. Going down soon to put them into the oven.

    I now have about an hour until breakfast. The potatoes take about 45 minutes covered for the first half hour at 170, the uncovered and raised up under the broiler for the last 15 minutes. By doing them in the oven you reduce the oil, and free up the stove for cooking omelettes, eggs, bacon and sausage. Much more to come.

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    You must die.....

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    not now... i think its not so good to put the onions to the potatoes, as the potatoes need longer in the oven, and the onions will get black...

    if oyu spread the potatoes on a baking sheet, and the onions there, too, but separated, you can take them out earlier, and the potatoes are baked from all sides...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one
    The potatoes take about 45 minutes covered for the first half hour at 170,
    covered being the key.

    been doing it this was for 40 years, have yet to get a black onion or bell. You will see the results

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    Must you post this today of all days? I went to cook some food this morning and when I was halfway through the gas ran out and I am sitting here about to die of hunger!!

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    do you put salt on the potatoes, before baking them?

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    1130ish you say? I'll be there.

    really AO nice looking Sunday breakfast.

    Nice to see that all is well with you and family.

    Ciao Amigo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alitongkat
    do you put salt on the potatoes, before baking them?
    Yes as the post says.



    Quote Originally Posted by aging one
    Now I have diced the potatoes, onions, and bell, drizzled with olive oil and added cracked black pepper, seasoning salt, and a bit of Italian seasoning.

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    Looking good, AO.

    I with Chitown; you must die.

    I've nothing like that in my frig this morning to cook. All I had was fruit. You've made me so hungry!

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    sorry, didnt see this... (dementia)...

    i think, its better to add salt later, as it binds with water...
    but not sure, when covered...

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    Can I ask how much you weigh AO?

    If ate regularly like what you post, I would be as big as one of those guys you see on TV that has to be cut out of their house and removed on the forks of a lift!

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    Well done AO, no matter what the doubter says.
    No wonder your kids are usually smiling, when you post pics of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alitongkat View Post
    sorry, didnt see this... (dementia)...

    i think, its better to add salt later, as it binds with water...
    but not sure, when covered...
    Never good enough for you.

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    What is a "Dixie sausage"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    What is a "Dixie sausage"?
    A mild, but tasty sausage usually without sage seasoning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chitown
    A mild, but tasty sausage usually without sage seasoning.
    Correct. Chi I weight about 65.5 kilos or 145, I can only eat like this once a day

    Bacon and sausage done.


    taters ready to go under the broiler. 35 minutes covered.



    Now down to do the eggs, and the finished product.

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    Oh, for the love of god, STOP! That's beautiful!

    I'll have to go shopping right now.

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    Any chance of me sending the Missus round for cookery lessons AO ?

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    Dillinger yes of course, and bsnub as chi says no sage but a nice spicy rough ground sausage.

    The finished product.

    Potatoes after being under the broiler a bit.


    Omelette cooking


    Finished.



    The table



    My plate.



    Sure as the hell better than SPAM on a late Sunday morning.

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    enjoy... try potatoes next time

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    the potato recipe looks good but I'm a bit adverse to eggs, went down to Makro and got some decent potatoes and also picked up these little beautys.




    Good mushrooms so will work up a good mush room recipe and present it for the enjoyments of the lads.
    There canít be good living where there is not good drinking

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    Looking great, bro. I can't green you but my thoughts are definitely there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Correct. Chi I weight about 65.5 kilos or 145, I can only eat like this once a day
    145 lbs??? I weighed 145 lbs. in 7th grade. I hate a guy that eats what he wants and stays thin when I have to starve myself to prevent growing man boobs and a simulated baby bump.

    From now on AO, expect nothing but s string of reds from me!

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    Don't worry about the green Nat, just bend over and take it like a man, (sorry my little joke)

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    All I gotta do to lose 20 kg of ugly fat, AO is to stand Beside marmers and tell him to Foff.

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