Also, with bacon, I used to make a sandwich. I made fried eggs, but scrambled could be used, I suppose. I used plenty of pepper, salt, regular yellow mustard on the bread, and bacon. That was the sandwich. I put the eggs directly on the already-mustarded bread from the pan. I liked soft white bread with this, and put the bacon on the eggs, closed and ate.
Hooray for the Sub!
The turkey sandwiches sound great.
Chicken, sweet potatoes, and beets...delicious!
Which reminds me, I forgot to say that I had another Japanese white sweet potato last week. They are very interesting. There's a sweet potato flavor in there, though not as strong as an orange, and they are much more starchy.
They are very dense, and take 2ce as long as an orange sweet potato to bake, even in cut in half lengthwise.
If you do that, and cook until really soft, they are more sweet potato-y. If you bake whole, just until softened, they have a texture that can almost be described as a russet, and also a chestnut. Super interesting, filling, and versatile. I know that their season is short, so am eating them now. I think that we have one more meals worth.
Grilled cheese and tomato soup - delicious.
Ditto ramen w/ peas.
I'm glad that you made the berry waffles.
What a great breakfast.
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