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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by RJM62, Nov 18, 2017.
For Clark? Why Clark? Who the f is Clark? Why is it for Clark? Is Clark special? F Clark.
He finds that particular food combination objectionable, allegedly for health, safety, and environmental reasons.
Oh, in that case, carry on.
Only food that goes on a bagel is cream cheese and smoked salmon.
Peanut butter works. When you hungry at 5-6am and nothing open at the airport, better than nothing.
Since when have you been at an airport, much less at 5 am?
Just kidding. I'm sure you had your share of red-eye flights back in the day.
I have recently learned I don't actually like broccoli all that much. Butter makes it tolerable. Intense freshness and steamness makes it tolerable. That frozen **** in the ******ned plastic bags from the freezer section makes me ill. Plus @Clark1961 seems to have launched a campaign to discredit my rants.
MORE than my share. So more that I still get up at 5am.
Eat it raw. Use some dip if you need too.
@Clark1961 doesn’t discredit, the rants speak for themselves.
As for @RJM62 tendency to mix dangerous substances, he does so at the world’s peril. One miscalculation and there will be an eruption of biblical proportions. He is walking a fine line.
Cruciferous and sulfur ... a ... um ... combination.
That actually looks pretty good if you leave out the stuff that begins with 'B'.
Always enjoy these food threads you start, Rich.
Thanks for the ideas!
And nobody has even tagged him yet...
Oh @Clark1961 ...
They look yummy Rich. Love me some eggs! Gonna try some of your recipes too.
Gotta have capers and onions and tomoatoes on that though!!!
Damn that just made me hungry.
By the way, Rich, you're "egg fact" #8 isn't quite accurate...it is more applicable to store bought eggs. Fresh eggs, left unwashed, can remain on a counter for a week or more and not spoil. I do it all the time, but I only get a few eggs at a time so they seldom last over 4 or 5 days. I think the flavor is better when they're left out. Could be all in my mind though.
If I lived in the south without AC I might not do this!
Even store bought eggs can be left out as long as the shells are whole. I generally like the way room temperature eggs cook so I usually leave a couple eggs out on the counter.
Thanks. I'll run that past my lawyer.
Today's eggs: Italian hot dog eggs.
Italian hot dogs? Never heard of them Rich. Sausage yes. What's in the hot dogs?
There's a hot dog place somewhere in New Jersey (maybe Route 46?) that sells Italian hot dogs, which are no different from any other hot dogs save for the toppings, which I approximated here. Whenever I add those toppings to a hot dog, I refer to it as an Italian hot dog. I have to call it something, as that works as well as anything else I can think of.
The hot dogs I used today had cheese in them, but only because they were the ones I happened to pull out of the freezer.
We have a couple of recipes which the instructions specifically say to use room-temperature eggs.