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    Breakfast! 2013

    I actually made breakfast this morning! toast with ham and sour cream scrambled eggs. Now I have to remember to take pictures!
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    Breakfast! 2013

    I have drooled all over this thread, and I swear, I don't know where you guys find the time to cook like that in the morning! This morning I had banana oatmeal cookies. I am going to start taking pictures tomorrow...
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    Yes, he was just newly diagnosed, so we are still in the "finding everything out" phase of things. I always made basmati, or jasmine. My rice cooker broke during a brown rice experiment. I now need to go up to the local Asian hypermarket they have here and find the red and black rices. How does the cooking of red and black differ from the long grain whites or even brown?
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    Rice was a main staple in our house, since my DH has been diagnosed diabetic we had to back off the rice. But I eat it every chance I get. Usually the Thai Jasmine rice that I get in an Asian market that has an elephant on the 10 pound bag. I learned to wash rice from my friend's mom and use a rice cooker. My rice cooker broke the other day and I am heart broken! I only had persian rice one time, a friend of mine made it for me and I will never forget it, it was wonderful. I would love to learn how to make it, as well as sticky rice that has been steamed. I can eat rice three times a day if
  5. I didn't take a picture, but we slow roasted a pork butt over three days. Between marinading, cooking once, chilling it overnight, then cooking again, that was the best DAMN pork butt I ever had. It was a technique I saw on the food network from Constantino that he uses in his restaurant on a leg of lamb, I didn't think it would come out as good as it did.
  6. I want to learn how to make flowers from pulled and blown sugar, but there is no good classes in the area, so I figured if there was a good book on the subject that would suffice. I realize that is not the ideal way to go about learning the craft, but under the circumstances it maybe the best I can do. Does anyone know of a good book on the subject? Thanks!
  7. For me it is anything mixed nuts, hands down. A close second is Keebler pecan sandie cookies. I will set and eat the whole bag at a time!
  8. Truffle oil, my throat will not even let it go down, it closes up and does not swallow. Avocados! I cannot stand them! They are lettuce paste, nothing more. Beets. I wretch at the smell of them. The rest I think I don't like and I say think because I never had them made well: Duck Liver and offal
  9. Lately for me it has been this "cutie" oranges they have in the stores this time of year, them and honey crisp apples. I eat my weight in them while they are in season. I generally like something sweet about 3 pm, so cookies of some sort is usually around.
  10. Sticking an egg on top of everything. I love eggs. I mean I LOVE eggs, but not on top of everything.
  11. I just needed to rant a bit and I am hoping my fellow EGulleters here will understand. I am so sick of being preached at about what to eat, not to eat, how many carbs are in this and that. Since when did getting dinner become such a statement on one's virtue? I was taking note and in the course of one week's time I was given the run down on the number of carbs some one eats, whether sugar is the devil, organic is best, meat is evil, meat is all one should eat (shudder at that one, but I know someone who does it), don't drink caffeine, drink caffeine, etc...etc...at least 3 times a day. I don'
  12. I still love wonderbread! I good classic white loaf of bread is a beautiful thing! Sometimes nothing else will do...
  13. Yes I do. I use a regular kitchen timer sometimes, then I have an app on my phone that I use that I like. I find it is really helpful for getting the tea to really taste as it was meant to me tasted. IMHO....
  14. It is supposed to be hot here where I am at and I have to get out in the garden, my peppers are looking scary. So I am making up a big batched of sweet tea for when I come back in. Just plain ole' sweet tea....house wine of the south!
  15. Yep, this year for the first time in a while now the fruit has not only been good (here in Oklahoma) but reasonable in price. Most of the time you could one or the other, but not both.
  16. I am like some of the others, I just refuse to be guilty about food. There is too much else out there to feel bad about I think. But if I have to pick one, it would be anything mac and cheese. Blue box kind, homemade, gourmet, it don't matter. I want the mac and cheese.
  17. Lovely! I didn't know about porter's pride, I am going to have to check those out. I grew mine, but the heat really got to them. They are hanging in there, but it has been too hot for them to set fruit. Same with the peppers, but the herb garden always holds up for some reason.
  18. I got giddy when I saw this. I have been reading "An Edible History of Humanity" by Tom Standage and I am loving it. I also reading his "A History of the world in 6 glasses" with equal interest. Definitely on the to read list!
  19. I am betting that would be good with cucumber slices in it...
  20. I have been known to drink coffee with a straw, not only does it not stain my teeth, but I get to stir the coffee with it when I need to, much better than those little stir sticks that are way too flimsy, IMHO...
  21. Nice! I didn't even know the competition had taken place this year. I hope they have a special on TV or something.
  22. I am a slow eater, very slow actually. I like to savor my food, I don't like to be rushed out of restaurants, or rushed to get done with what is on my plate. If I don't have the proper time for a meal, then I don't eat one.I like to enjoy my food, my dinner companion, the place I am at. It kind of grosses me out to see people wolf their food down. I don't see why someone would want to eat fast, really.
  23. I have been watching this thread with interest as it is very timely for me and my hubby. We both discovered a cholesterol issue on recent doctor's visits and I have been considering another run at the low carb. diets. I have big issues with not baking, food, baking is such a huge part of our lives I was not sure how I was going to handle this and not feel like we are depriving ourselves. After reading this thread I think I will "have a go" at it. Regards, Kat
  24. I am sorry I have not posted in a long while, seems like everyone has been drinking some fine teas. The extreme heat here and drought left me not wanting anything but cold soda and water. But now that the weather has cooled down I am picking up the tea again. Todays was an almond brule from teavana. Yum.....
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