Double patty Pepper Jack burger from Sam The Cooking Guy, topped with mushrooms & onions grilled with Worcester sauce, sherry, and butter. I put a little siracha sauce on the bun along with some mayonnaise.
It was the best Birthday Burger two sons prepared for their loving father - EVER!
Pan seared chicken, marinated overnight in lemon juice, and Mojito Lime seasoning.
Frozen glazed carrots, and frozen brussel sprouts in light butter sauce, and of course some parboiled rice on the side.
20 minutes start to finish. The rice takes 20 minutes.
No pix but we had scrambled eggs and bacon for dinner.
Start out with a 12oz package of thin sliced applewood smoked bacon cut in half, which equals about 12 half length slices. Cooked in a 12 inch around thick alluminum skillet at a semi high heat. 6 slices for me, 6 for Mrs Fixer.
While bacon was cooking I mixed 6 large eggs with a fork. Stirred not folded. Add a bit of fresh ground black peppercorn and teaspoon of sea salt. So when the bacon was done I poured in the eggs in the hot pan, as there was about 3 teaspoons of yummy bacon grease. Let sit about 1 minute while adding pieces of sliced sharp American cheese. Reduce heat to medium and stir the eggs. Folding and mixing until done I added 2 tablespoons of water to break free the stuck on egg and burnt bacon residue from the pan. Mix it well. It adds a smokey flavor.
By stirring, not folding the eggs before cooking they turn out like omlet textured.
I had a chocolate pop tart with mine and milk. Mrs Fixer a slice of buttered toast and sweet tea. All told about 20 minutes total and by adding that little water to the pan at the end the pan cleaned up like it was teflon coated.
My sister who lives near the ocean always raved about fresh shrimp, saying there's nothing like it. I always thought "eh, shrimp is shrimp". Then one night at a place in Norfolk Va I went to order and the waitress says "and the shrimp arrived an hour ago". I'll have the shrimp please.....
Each bite was like I was dipping them into a bowl of ocean water before taking a bite. Probably the best tasting shrimp I'd ever eaten at that point.
Now I still say shrimp is shrimp but after that experience I get what my sister is talking about.
Bacon wrapped chicken breast and Ore Ida crispy fries, baked.
The chicken was "egg washed" with Sauers bbq sauce then wrapped with apple wood smoked bacon. Cooked for 20 minutes at 375 degrees.
The fries were too but a spritz of corn oil was sprayed onto them before baking.
Not bad for my first try. I'll raise the temp next time to cook the bacon a bit more and cook the core of the fries a little better.