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  1. #27
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    Well...I made it for the 1st time....and wow!

    I used a combination recipe from Benncool and ar hvac man....


    Letting it cool in the frdge tonite, and tomorrow watch-out.

    Burritoes stuffed with hash browns, eggs, country fried steak and cheese.

    Then topped with sausage gravy.........
    It's Time To Be Nice To People

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    Congrats ! will be calling tomorrow for a full report and to bull****
    i belong to peta ... people eating tasty animals. all my opinions are just mine.

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    You better have one of these handy just in case your heart stops during breakfast. But I have to admit it sounds great, Key-meister.
    Last edited by Green Mountain; 09-02-2008 at 10:51 AM.

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    Brown rules......It means you have cook the flour, add a little crystal hot too it, and your tongue will beat your brain silly
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    I was all fired up for breakfast gravy the other day. I made bacon gravy this time. Fried it up put grease into my black iron skillet. Went to get the flour and was completly out. Oh well looks like we're having cormeal gravy. Poured in the cornmeal and crumbled up about 4 slices of bacon. Cooked that a while then added my milk. went for the salt to season it up. No salt. Had saltless eggs and gravy and it was still great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattm View Post
    I was all fired up for breakfast gravy the other day. I made bacon gravy this time. Fried it up put grease into my black iron skillet. Went to get the flour and was completly out. Oh well looks like we're having cormeal gravy. Poured in the cornmeal and crumbled up about 4 slices of bacon. Cooked that a while then added my milk. went for the salt to season it up. No salt. Had saltless eggs and gravy and it was still great.

    My physician, Dr. Ben Dover, said that salt is the enemy. I was having circulation problems.

    Gave up using salt. I grow and use a bunch of herbs now. I don't miss the salt now and I don't get frost bite in my toes any longer. (advice from an old dude.)

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