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    Paul McNoob Guest

    Default What to have with home fries?

    I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    I guess.

    Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.

  2. #2
    PeterLucas Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    Paul McNoob <[email protected]> wrote in news:c8e85ed0-6972-49e5-bd88-
    [email protected]:

    > I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    > pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    > I guess.
    >
    > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.
    >




    Potatos and eggs for breakfast,,,,,,,,, oh, and don't forget the cheese.


    A heart attack waiting to happen!!!!



    --
    Peter Lucas
    Brisbane
    Australia


    The path of a warrior never deviating,
    one has to become not just a part of nature
    but a force of nature,
    acting in accordance with the laws of the universe.
    (Getsumei No Michi, the Moonlit Path)

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    PeterLucas Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    Paul McNoob <[email protected]> wrote in news:c8e85ed0-6972-49e5-bd88-
    [email protected]:

    > I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    > pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    > I guess.
    >
    > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.
    >




    Potatos and eggs for breakfast,,,,,,,,, oh, and don't forget the cheese.


    A heart attack waiting to happen!!!!



    --
    Peter Lucas
    Brisbane
    Australia


    The path of a warrior never deviating,
    one has to become not just a part of nature
    but a force of nature,
    acting in accordance with the laws of the universe.
    (Getsumei No Michi, the Moonlit Path)

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    Tracy Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    Paul McNoob wrote:
    > I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    > pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    > I guess.
    >
    > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.



    Make a Spanish omelet aka a potato omelet.

    http://www.lingolex.com/spanishfood/tortilla.htm

    This method is a little different than I use, but the result is close
    enough. I usually blanch the potatoes first and then fry and not in
    olive oil. I like to get the potatoes almost crispy and I drain them on
    paper towels and start with a fresh clean pan to make the omelet.

    I also like it to be more about the potato than the egg - so I would use
    fewer eggs.

    This was a very common Sunday morning breakfast in my family for a long
    time...but we eat fewer potatoes these days.


    -Tracy

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    Tracy Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    Paul McNoob wrote:
    > I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    > pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    > I guess.
    >
    > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.



    Make a Spanish omelet aka a potato omelet.

    http://www.lingolex.com/spanishfood/tortilla.htm

    This method is a little different than I use, but the result is close
    enough. I usually blanch the potatoes first and then fry and not in
    olive oil. I like to get the potatoes almost crispy and I drain them on
    paper towels and start with a fresh clean pan to make the omelet.

    I also like it to be more about the potato than the egg - so I would use
    fewer eggs.

    This was a very common Sunday morning breakfast in my family for a long
    time...but we eat fewer potatoes these days.


    -Tracy

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    Felice Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?


    "PeterLucas" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected] .25...

    > Potatos and eggs for breakfast,,,,,,,,, oh, and don't forget the cheese.
    >
    >
    > A heart attack waiting to happen!!!!


    If you really want a morning heart attack, how about poutine?

    http://www.recipezaar.com/39514

    Anyone ever had one? I guess you have to go to Montreal for the real McCoy.

    Felice



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    Felice Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?


    "PeterLucas" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected] .25...

    > Potatos and eggs for breakfast,,,,,,,,, oh, and don't forget the cheese.
    >
    >
    > A heart attack waiting to happen!!!!


    If you really want a morning heart attack, how about poutine?

    http://www.recipezaar.com/39514

    Anyone ever had one? I guess you have to go to Montreal for the real McCoy.

    Felice



  8. #8
    PeterLucas Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    "Felice" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:B_ednfvOx[email protected]:

    >
    > "PeterLucas" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected] .25...
    >
    >> Potatos and eggs for breakfast,,,,,,,,, oh, and don't forget the
    >> cheese.
    >>
    >>
    >> A heart attack waiting to happen!!!!

    >
    > If you really want a morning heart attack, how about poutine?



    I looked at the name and thought......... "That can't be too bad".



    >
    > http://www.recipezaar.com/39514





    How frikken wrong I was!!!!!!!!!



    >
    > Anyone ever had one? I guess you have to go to Montreal for the real
    > McCoy.




    The slums of Calcutta sound like a good place for a meal at the moment.





    --
    Peter Lucas
    Brisbane
    Australia


    The path of a warrior never deviating,
    one has to become not just a part of nature
    but a force of nature,
    acting in accordance with the laws of the universe.
    (Getsumei No Michi, the Moonlit Path)

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    PeterLucas Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    "Felice" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    >
    > "PeterLucas" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected] .25...
    >
    >> Potatos and eggs for breakfast,,,,,,,,, oh, and don't forget the
    >> cheese.
    >>
    >>
    >> A heart attack waiting to happen!!!!

    >
    > If you really want a morning heart attack, how about poutine?



    I looked at the name and thought......... "That can't be too bad".



    >
    > http://www.recipezaar.com/39514





    How frikken wrong I was!!!!!!!!!



    >
    > Anyone ever had one? I guess you have to go to Montreal for the real
    > McCoy.




    The slums of Calcutta sound like a good place for a meal at the moment.





    --
    Peter Lucas
    Brisbane
    Australia


    The path of a warrior never deviating,
    one has to become not just a part of nature
    but a force of nature,
    acting in accordance with the laws of the universe.
    (Getsumei No Michi, the Moonlit Path)

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    Paul McNoob Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    On Jun 10, 12:26*pm, PeterLucas <PeterLu...@brissie.com> wrote:
    > Paul McNoob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote in news:c8e85ed0-6972-49e5-bd88-
    > 3c5e6f99d...@z66g2000hsc.googlegroups.com:
    >
    > > I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    > > pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    > > I guess.

    >
    > > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    > > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.

    >
    > Potatos and eggs for breakfast,,,,,,,,, oh, and don't forget the cheese.
    >
    > A heart attack waiting to happen!!!!
    >
    > --
    > Peter Lucas * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    > Brisbane * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    > Australia *
    >
    > The path of a warrior never deviating,
    > one has to become not just a part of nature * * * * * *
    > but a force of nature,
    > acting in accordance with the laws of the universe.
    > (Getsumei No Michi, the Moonlit Path)


    ha-ha-haa! might as well die eating a good meal!

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    Paul McNoob Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    On Jun 10, 12:26*pm, PeterLucas <PeterLu...@brissie.com> wrote:
    > Paul McNoob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote in news:c8e85ed0-6972-49e5-bd88-
    > 3c5e6f99d...@z66g2000hsc.googlegroups.com:
    >
    > > I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    > > pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    > > I guess.

    >
    > > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    > > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.

    >
    > Potatos and eggs for breakfast,,,,,,,,, oh, and don't forget the cheese.
    >
    > A heart attack waiting to happen!!!!
    >
    > --
    > Peter Lucas * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    > Brisbane * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    > Australia *
    >
    > The path of a warrior never deviating,
    > one has to become not just a part of nature * * * * * *
    > but a force of nature,
    > acting in accordance with the laws of the universe.
    > (Getsumei No Michi, the Moonlit Path)


    ha-ha-haa! might as well die eating a good meal!

  12. #12
    Giusi Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    "Paul McNoob" <[email protected]> ha scritto nel messaggio
    news:[email protected]...
    > I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    > pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    > I guess.
    >
    > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.


    Bleaugh! Do not make dog food out of perfectly nice American breakfast
    food. Separate, lift and separate.



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    Giusi Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    "Paul McNoob" <[email protected]> ha scritto nel messaggio
    news:[email protected]...
    > I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    > pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    > I guess.
    >
    > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.


    Bleaugh! Do not make dog food out of perfectly nice American breakfast
    food. Separate, lift and separate.



  14. #14
    Paul McNoob Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    On Jun 10, 12:41*pm, Tracy <karac...@bc.edu> wrote:
    > Paul McNoob wrote:
    > > I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    > > pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    > > I guess.

    >
    > > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    > > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.

    >
    > Make a Spanish omelet aka a potato omelet.
    >
    > http://www.lingolex.com/spanishfood/tortilla.htm
    >
    > This method is a little different than I use, but the result is close
    > enough. I usually blanch the potatoes first and then fry and not in
    > olive oil. *I like to get the potatoes almost crispy and I drain them on
    > paper towels and start with a fresh clean pan to make the omelet.
    >
    > I also like it to be more about the potato than the egg - so I would use
    > fewer eggs.
    >
    > This was a very common Sunday morning breakfast in my family for a long
    > time...but we eat fewer potatoes these days.
    >
    > -Tracy


    Ooo that looks interesting I'll have to try thanks Tracy!

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    Paul McNoob Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    On Jun 10, 12:41*pm, Tracy <karac...@bc.edu> wrote:
    > Paul McNoob wrote:
    > > I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    > > pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    > > I guess.

    >
    > > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    > > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.

    >
    > Make a Spanish omelet aka a potato omelet.
    >
    > http://www.lingolex.com/spanishfood/tortilla.htm
    >
    > This method is a little different than I use, but the result is close
    > enough. I usually blanch the potatoes first and then fry and not in
    > olive oil. *I like to get the potatoes almost crispy and I drain them on
    > paper towels and start with a fresh clean pan to make the omelet.
    >
    > I also like it to be more about the potato than the egg - so I would use
    > fewer eggs.
    >
    > This was a very common Sunday morning breakfast in my family for a long
    > time...but we eat fewer potatoes these days.
    >
    > -Tracy


    Ooo that looks interesting I'll have to try thanks Tracy!

  16. #16
    PeterLucas Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    Paul McNoob <[email protected]> wrote in news:18ce4ed8-a6d7-4010-82f6-
    [email protected]:

    >>
    >> > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    >> > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.

    >>
    >> Potatos and eggs for breakfast,,,,,,,,, oh, and don't forget the cheese.
    >>
    >> A heart attack waiting to happen!!!!
    >>


    >
    > ha-ha-haa! might as well die eating a good meal!
    >




    If it's going to be your last, at least make it good!!!




    --
    Peter Lucas
    Brisbane
    Australia


    The path of a warrior never deviating,
    one has to become not just a part of nature
    but a force of nature,
    acting in accordance with the laws of the universe.
    (Getsumei No Michi, the Moonlit Path)

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    PeterLucas Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    Paul McNoob <[email protected]> wrote in news:18ce4ed8-a6d7-4010-82f6-
    [email protected]:

    >>
    >> > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    >> > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.

    >>
    >> Potatos and eggs for breakfast,,,,,,,,, oh, and don't forget the cheese.
    >>
    >> A heart attack waiting to happen!!!!
    >>


    >
    > ha-ha-haa! might as well die eating a good meal!
    >




    If it's going to be your last, at least make it good!!!




    --
    Peter Lucas
    Brisbane
    Australia


    The path of a warrior never deviating,
    one has to become not just a part of nature
    but a force of nature,
    acting in accordance with the laws of the universe.
    (Getsumei No Michi, the Moonlit Path)

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    aem Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    On Jun 10, 9:22*am, Paul McNoob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    > pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    > I guess.
    >
    > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.


    Nah, let it combine in your stomach, stay separate on the plate: eggs
    any style, home fries on the side with a spoonful of pico de gallo
    over them, toast, o.j. Save the cheese for lunch. Quantity doesn't
    have to be huge--this is your kitchen, not one of those diners that
    sell 5 lb. breakfasts. This morning I had singles: one egg over
    easy, one mashed potato patty, one piece of toast, one glass of o.j.,
    one cup of coffee. More than enough to fuel an active day. -aem

  19. #19
    aem Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    On Jun 10, 9:22*am, Paul McNoob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    > pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    > I guess.
    >
    > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.


    Nah, let it combine in your stomach, stay separate on the plate: eggs
    any style, home fries on the side with a spoonful of pico de gallo
    over them, toast, o.j. Save the cheese for lunch. Quantity doesn't
    have to be huge--this is your kitchen, not one of those diners that
    sell 5 lb. breakfasts. This morning I had singles: one egg over
    easy, one mashed potato patty, one piece of toast, one glass of o.j.,
    one cup of coffee. More than enough to fuel an active day. -aem

  20. #20
    Paul McNoob Guest

    Default Re: What to have with home fries?

    On Jun 10, 1:55*pm, aem <aem_ag...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > On Jun 10, 9:22*am, Paul McNoob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    > > I'd love to make some home fries in the morning with onion and green
    > > pepper perhaps, and am thinking about adding cubes of cooked ham to it
    > > I guess.

    >
    > > Was wondering what else you might add? I could probably scramble some
    > > eggs, then combine with the home fries and add cheese over it all.

    >
    > Nah, let it combine in your stomach, stay separate on the plate: *eggs
    > any style, home fries on the side with a spoonful of pico de gallo
    > over them, toast, o.j. *Save the cheese for lunch. *Quantity doesn't
    > have to be huge--this is your kitchen, not one of those diners that
    > sell 5 lb. breakfasts. *This morning I had singles: *one egg over
    > easy, one mashed potato patty, one piece of toast, one glass of o.j.,
    > one cup of coffee. *More than enough to fuel an active day. * *-aem


    The reason I mentioned putting the eggs in with the home fries and
    cheese over top is because my 1 yr old doesn't seem to like eggs by
    themselves.

    Besides, sometimes everything separate on the plate is boring and
    dull. I like my veggies in with my mashed potatoes. My meat in with my
    pasta. I love things mixed together so you can taste all the various
    flavors almost at once.

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