On a whim late yesterday, I decided to use up some of the potatoes that are getting old, and try one half of the turkey sausage I grabbed the other day. I’ve not tried this sausage before, and have to say that it’s delicious when baked!
The fries just seemed to go along with the sausage, and I used up the last of some extra sharp shredded cheese for a topping. Add the crushed black pepper on top, chow down!
A quick thought I’m adding to this upload before it publishes at noon, would this blog look better in an all-white format instead of the current dark format? Modern web design has many photography sites sporting a fresh, clean look in all white. Any thoughts are appreciated. 😎
Once again Las Vegas has a forecast for 111 degrees, it seems to be a popular temperature around here this summer. In due time, the temps will recede to normal for this time of year but it’s been tough. I can’t be outside for too long with my health issues. I’d love to get my Kona on the road for some exercise. Those sausages were totally delicious for breakfast yesterday!
The cooking directions said to put one cup of water (I used two), boil the water and cook for several minutes. Then, drain the water and cook for about eight to ten minutes. After the water was gone, I added a few small plops of butter to the pan, reduced the heat, and slowly heated them. So delicious! All they needed was eggs and toast on the side, yum!
I did manage to hit the grocer today since the AC repair tech won’t be here until this afternoon. And of course, I grabbed the usual ingredients for my chili!
I used the Nikon for these fifteen photos, so far, this pot tastes more like the ‘better’ pots I whip up, regardless of having the same basic ingredients. I am truly a creature of habit.
Bachelor style! By the way, I have determined that my AC shut down because the cooling fan on top has seized up. And it’s 109 outside!! So lovely, isn’t it?
Eggs -n- Toast, a classic that everyone loves, right! A simple, quick breakfast. The fries are organic and have just a very small amount of sodium which is a major win for me. The other two items are chicken and broccoli, with a yummy crust on them.
Just bake for twenty-five minutes at three hundred fifty degrees. I added an extra seven minutes as the fries and chicken were baked at the same time, in the Breville countertop oven at three hundred sixty-five degrees. Perfectly baked!