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  1. I have fallen into a habit. I run the dishwasher just before I go to bed at night. In the morning, I empty it while the coffee is brewing. Thus, I have a routine of when dishes are clean or not.
  2. Got to jump in here for a Philly recommendation: The Austrian Village, in Huntingdon Valley. Wonderful German food; the absolute best red cabbage I have EVER had, and the homemade bratwurst is not to be missed. Not fine dining, by a long shot. Good, solid, German workingman fare.
  3. ... Oh...my. I have no words. But I do have a question. You cook the apples in the caramel in the oven for 1.5 hours at 400F? I'd'a never thunk it. Looks like the sugar would burn. But obviously you have it down to a science. Saving this one.
  4. kayb

    Breakfast 2019

    Much as I love my pug Lucy, she ain't getting the remains of the runny yolk. She does love eggs, though; periodically I'll boil her one for a treat.
  5. I never thought about their being such a thing as pork brisket. I'd corn it, SV it, then coat it in coriander and black pepper and smoke it. Pork pastrami! Anything that's a frozen food that I want crispy, I do on convection. Just comes out crispier, to my mind.
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    I won't buy groceries at WalMart, but Sam's rotisserie chicken is respectable. We do not have a Costco here in the heart of WalMartian country.
  7. kayb

    Wendy's USA

    I'm not sure how widespread a chain Shipleys Donuts is, but they do a heck of a breakfast sandwich.
  8. I'm contemplating smoking my turkey this year; guess it will depend on how big the turkey is, as my little Masterbilt won't handle a big one. I might just buy an extra turkey breast and smoke that. Say, @rotuts, have you posted the procedure for smoking your turkey breasts in recipe gullet, or do I have to go hunt it down?
  9. kayb

    Dinner 2019

    I can honestly say this is something that would have never occurred to me.
  10. kayb

    2019 Farmers Markets

    That's either a very small box, or those are the biggest jalapenos I've ever seen!
  11. I LOVE Inspector Bruno! And his basset hound!
  12. kayb

    Dinner 2019

    @Franci -- Just spectacular! Happy birthday to Victor (I like Mr. Franci, too!) @Kim -- your baked eggs put me in mind of a couple of recipes I cobbled together from some different ones in Deep Run Roots Take individual ramekins, put an inch-thick layer of cheese grits in the bottom. I have some three-inch ones, about two and a half inches deep, that are perfect.This can be done the night before so they'll set up. Top with Vivian's stewed tomatoes (I canned a bunch of these, sans bread crumbs, which I add when preparing to serve). Crack an egg on top. Sprinkle with diced meat of your choice -- bacon, ham, sausage of some sort. Top with cheese. Bake. Marvelous!
  13. It's the iconic casserole using Jiffy cornbread mix, the sweet kind. I box Jiffy 1package frozen whole kernel corn 1 package frozen cream style corn 4 eggs 1 stick melted butter 8 oz sour cream Mix all together and pour in casserole dish. Top with crumbled Ritz crackers drizzled with aittle more melted butter. 350F for 40 minutes or so.
  14. @Toliver -- Come east. We'll pull up another chair to the table for you. The one problem I have with my fresh turkey is that I have no say in how big it is; it is however big it gets by the week before T'giving. One year, there were just four of us eating, and the damn turkey was 23 pounds. Kids left with turkey, I froze turkey, and I made an huge vat of stock. And I froze half the breast whole, and thawed/warmed/sliced it for Christmas. I have been reminded that corn casserole is requested, as well. Sigh.
  15. I usually make a double recipe of cranberry salad, because I'll go to the fridge and get a bowl of it like you'd get a bowl of ice cream. And I'll eat it for breakfast, too. It keeps a couple of weeks in the fridge.
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