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    Quote Originally Posted by gmbteach View Post
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    Trying to decide what I want to make with these ingredients: eggs, cream cheese, cherries, blueberries, lemons, and honey, using as little white flour as possible.
    A cheesecake.
    I made a cheesecake souffle. I used that same lemon puffed omelet recipe (which is a souffle, let's face it) that I made earlier this week and added cream cheese and flour to the egg yolk mixture before folding in the whites.

    It's not as pretty. The difference in texture allowed the blueberries to sink, but same, even better, taste, and a more substantial dish.

    I want to get my ramekins out of storage and make some proper little souffles from this recipe.

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    Today’s effort to fill the freezer.

    Aussie curry? (Green and gold)

    Or Trump’s chicken (it could come out orange)

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    I mostly prefer Indian food every time. last time take the most delicious Indian food with my friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tharmas View Post
    Baked French Toast Casserole

    This is actually a very simply dish, as are most of the things I make, and there’s not a lot of cleanup.

    Ingredients

    One pound (.45 kg) breakfast sausage. I actually use sausage crumbles, which seem to work OK (also easier!).
    One fairly large loaf Italian bread
    I cup (240 ml) shredded mozzarella cheese
    1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
    8 eggs (we get our eggs from our cleaning lady, who keeps chickens, and some of them run a little smaller, so I throw in an extra one)
    1 cup (240 ml) milk

    Instructions

    1. Brown sausage in skillet.
    2. Slice bread into 1 inch (2.5 cm) thick slices and cut off crusts.
    3. Grease high sided 9x13 baking dish (approx. 23x33 cm) and arrange bread slices so they completely cover the bottom of the dish.
    4. Drain sausage and spread evenly over bread. Sprinkle cheeses evenly over bread and sausage.
    5. In separate bowl, beat eggs and milk. Pour evenly over all ingredients in baking dish.
    6. Cover and let sit in fridge overnight.
    7. When ready to serve, preheat oven to 350 degrees (176 C).
    8. Bake for about 35 minutes, or until knife poked in center comes out clean. Let stand a few minutes before serving.

    I serve it with some kind of sweet syrup, maple or other.
    I typically hate French Toast Casseroles because they have way too much moisture and I find the texture disturbing. My solution is to cube the bread (I usually bake white bread for this and one plus a little loaves will do the job), don't let it sit overnight! Make certain the baking dish is about half way filled with the egg mixture. Also, don't forget cinnamon sugar on the top! Helps provide a bunch of textures from crunchy tops to soft bottom instead of having way too much sog. The recipe above at least has the benefit of not being sweet. Often these recipes call for way too much sweetness... which ruins an already soggy toast.

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    Breakfast feast: Potato bread toast with butter, lightly scrambled eggs, and avocado. Coffee and a mug of coconut milk. Food of the Goddesses.

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    Wood fired venison salami and sharp cheddar sammies.

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    Foraged mushrooms and humbolt fog cheese. (not sure what the pink labia looking shrooms are. Bought them at a small market in the Catskills).

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    Orange Honey Souffle, my best souffle yet. I do need ramekins or a better pan (mine are in storage), or increase the recipe so that there's enough batter to properly rise. That's one of the best things about making souffles, that inch of souffle standing straight up above the pan edge. I even like the small cracks in the top, although pastry chefs would probably scoff. But as far as flavor and texture, perfect!

    Edit: also, it should have a good coat of confectioner's sugar on top, but I didn't want or need it. That's for guests. lol



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    Goddammit! You guys are making me hungry, and I just ate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas II View Post
    Goddammit! You guys are making me hungry, and I just ate!
    I've got some parmesan tornado sweet potatoes in the oven right now. Will have pics shortly.

    I found it easier to just slice them and then put each slice on the skewer. I'm not the most coordinated so my spirals were not making thin enough slices. This is one sweet potato.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Floof View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas II View Post
    Goddammit! You guys are making me hungry, and I just ate!
    I've got some parmesan tornado sweet potatoes in the oven right now. Will have pics shortly.

    I found it easier to just slice them and then put each slice on the skewer. I'm not the most coordinated so my spirals were not making thin enough slices. This is one sweet potato.

    That's one, extremely sweet, potato.

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