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    =?UTF-8?B?QmrDuHJu?= Steensrud Guest

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    [email protected] wrote:

    > On Sat, 11 Aug 2012 21:06:46 -0700, "Julie Bove" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> That fried tomato thing always struck me as odd. Not common here at all.
    >> I
    >> did try frying them once. Maybe I didn't do it right but I didn't like
    >> the results.

    >
    > Try fried tomato with fried mushrooms and onion, Beautiful!!!


    That will be my Tuesday breakfast.
    Usually I just have an omelet, with greens from the garden, or in winter,
    flat parsley and chopped spring onion.
    Followup set :-)

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    W. Baker Guest

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    In alt.support.diabetes Bj?rn Steensrud <[email protected]> wrote:
    : [email protected] wrote:

    : > On Sat, 11 Aug 2012 21:06:46 -0700, "Julie Bove" <[email protected]>
    : > wrote:
    : >
    : >> That fried tomato thing always struck me as odd. Not common here at all.
    : >> I
    : >> did try frying them once. Maybe I didn't do it right but I didn't like
    : >> the results.
    : >
    : > Try fried tomato with fried mushrooms and onion, Beautiful!!!

    : That will be my Tuesday breakfast.
    : Usually I just have an omelet, with greens from the garden, or in winter,
    : flat parsley and chopped spring onion.
    : Followup set :-)

    After all this discussion I had a lovely lisghtly fried large tomato with
    my fried eggs adn low carb(4 grs a slice) for breakfast. Made it a Sunday
    treat instead of just fried eggs anda slice of bread with fake juice and
    black coffee. I am delighted that frying them in my sprayed non-stick
    pan, there was no mess to clean up. Of course, I watched them like a
    hawk! thanks for bringing up the tomato idea:-)

    Wendy

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    Ozgirl Guest

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    "W. Baker" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:k09evq$3em$[email protected]..
    > In alt.support.diabetes Bj?rn Steensrud
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    > : [email protected] wrote:
    >
    > : > On Sat, 11 Aug 2012 21:06:46 -0700, "Julie Bove"
    > <[email protected]>
    > : > wrote:
    > : >
    > : >> That fried tomato thing always struck me as odd. Not common here
    > at all.
    > : >> I
    > : >> did try frying them once. Maybe I didn't do it right but I
    > didn't like
    > : >> the results.
    > : >
    > : > Try fried tomato with fried mushrooms and onion, Beautiful!!!
    >
    > : That will be my Tuesday breakfast.
    > : Usually I just have an omelet, with greens from the garden, or in
    > winter,
    > : flat parsley and chopped spring onion.
    > : Followup set :-)
    >
    > After all this discussion I had a lovely lisghtly fried large tomato
    > with
    > my fried eggs adn low carb(4 grs a slice) for breakfast. Made it a
    > Sunday
    > treat instead of just fried eggs anda slice of bread with fake juice
    > and
    > black coffee. I am delighted that frying them in my sprayed non-stick
    > pan, there was no mess to clean up. Of course, I watched them like a
    > hawk! thanks for bringing up the tomato idea:-)
    >
    > Wendy


    A change is as good as a holiday I use an electric skillet for
    one-person meals. I do spray it but nothing sticks anyway. I only have
    to rinse under hot water to clean. There was only myself and Jazz home
    for dinner last night. She had Shepherd's pie and I had chicken stir fry
    made in my skillet. I wet the pan with some olive oil and did the
    chicken first then took that out, sautéed onion, garlic and mushroom and
    put in a bunch of cut up fresh vegetables, sprinkled with water and
    cooked on a low heat with the lid on for 3-4 minutes, added back the
    chicken and a dash of sweet chilli sauce, yum. Veggies still bright
    coloured and crisp.


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    W. Baker Guest

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    Ozgirl <[email protected]> wrote:


    : "W. Baker" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    : >
    : > After all this discussion I had a lovely lisghtly fried large tomato
    : > with
    : > my fried eggs adn low carb(4 grs a slice) for breakfast. Made it a
    : > Sunday
    : > treat instead of just fried eggs anda slice of bread with fake juice
    : > and
    : > black coffee. I am delighted that frying them in my sprayed non-stick
    : > pan, there was no mess to clean up. Of course, I watched them like a
    : > hawk! thanks for bringing up the tomato idea:-)
    : >
    : > Wendy

    : A change is as good as a holiday I use an electric skillet for
    : one-person meals. I do spray it but nothing sticks anyway. I only have
    : to rinse under hot water to clean. There was only myself and Jazz home
    : for dinner last night. She had Shepherd's pie and I had chicken stir fry
    : made in my skillet. I wet the pan with some olive oil and did the
    : chicken first then took that out, saut?ed onion, garlic and mushroom and
    : put in a bunch of cut up fresh vegetables, sprinkled with water and
    : cooked on a low heat with the lid on for 3-4 minutes, added back the
    : chicken and a dash of sweet chilli sauce, yum. Veggies still bright
    : coloured and crisp.

    That also sounds good. I don't have an electric skillet, but several
    non-stick pans. I bought a recommended by America's Test Kitchen, sprayer
    so I can use plain olive oil, which doesn't leave the funny coating the
    spray cans do adn it works pretty well so far. I will see if it clogs
    orgets funny like th Mistos which never worked well for me. I am not
    sayign the brand because I forgotthe name and it is not on the pump
    sprayer. It also came without instructions, but was very easy to figure
    out. So far so good.

    Wendy

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    Alice Faber Guest

    Default Re: Just had an unusually large breakfast - for me...

    In article <k0bbai$nv7$[email protected]>,
    "W. Baker" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Ozgirl <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >
    > : "W. Baker" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > : >
    > : > After all this discussion I had a lovely lisghtly fried large tomato
    > : > with
    > : > my fried eggs adn low carb(4 grs a slice) for breakfast. Made it a
    > : > Sunday
    > : > treat instead of just fried eggs anda slice of bread with fake juice
    > : > and
    > : > black coffee. I am delighted that frying them in my sprayed non-stick
    > : > pan, there was no mess to clean up. Of course, I watched them like a
    > : > hawk! thanks for bringing up the tomato idea:-)
    > : >
    > : > Wendy
    >
    > : A change is as good as a holiday I use an electric skillet for
    > : one-person meals. I do spray it but nothing sticks anyway. I only have
    > : to rinse under hot water to clean. There was only myself and Jazz home
    > : for dinner last night. She had Shepherd's pie and I had chicken stir fry
    > : made in my skillet. I wet the pan with some olive oil and did the
    > : chicken first then took that out, saut?ed onion, garlic and mushroom and
    > : put in a bunch of cut up fresh vegetables, sprinkled with water and
    > : cooked on a low heat with the lid on for 3-4 minutes, added back the
    > : chicken and a dash of sweet chilli sauce, yum. Veggies still bright
    > : coloured and crisp.
    >
    > That also sounds good. I don't have an electric skillet, but several
    > non-stick pans. I bought a recommended by America's Test Kitchen, sprayer
    > so I can use plain olive oil, which doesn't leave the funny coating the
    > spray cans do adn it works pretty well so far. I will see if it clogs
    > orgets funny like th Mistos which never worked well for me. I am not
    > sayign the brand because I forgotthe name and it is not on the pump
    > sprayer. It also came without instructions, but was very easy to figure
    > out. So far so good.



    I'll have to check into that. I had Mistos, for the same reason, and
    they never worked well.

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