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jd50aejd50ae West Gnawed Pencil, TNPosts: 7,754 ✭✭✭✭✭

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  • peter4jcpeter4jc Milwaukee, WIPosts: 7,565 ✭✭✭✭✭
    We were expecting to see a 5Vegas Gold. Quite the pleasant surprise JD. 
    "I could've had a Mi Querida!"   Nick Bardis
  • 0patience0patience Oregon CoastPosts: 9,238 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Duck egg?
    There is no crisis that a good cigar can't cure.
    In Fumo Pax
    Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy cigars and that's close enough.

    Wylaff said:
    Atmospheric pressure and crap.
  • TX98Z28TX98Z28 TexasPosts: 1,690 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Are those french fries or sliced fruit?
    If you quote me do the @TX98Z28 in your text or I won't be notified of your quote, Thanks.
  • Gray4linesGray4lines KentuckyPosts: 4,503 ✭✭✭✭✭
    A raw egg and raw potatoes. Lol! That egg looks enormous.
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  • WaterNerdWaterNerd Southern CaliforniaPosts: 2,438 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @jd50ae Nice... On these hot summer days fruit for breakfast is the way to go!

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    — Henry Ford
  • Dark_RoastDark_Roast St. John IndianaPosts: 1,092 ✭✭✭
    jd50ae said:
    JD I'm curious. Just what the heck is on the plate? Half peach on half cooked pancake? Half cooked fries or sliced vegetable/fruit? 
  • jd50aejd50ae West Gnawed Pencil, TNPosts: 7,754 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Guitarded said:
    Yogurt, half a peach, and a sliced Apple. 
    Vegetarian breakfast?   :s

    @Guitarded nailed it.

  • 0patience0patience Oregon CoastPosts: 9,238 ✭✭✭✭✭
    jd50ae said:
    Guitarded said:
    Yogurt, half a peach, and a sliced Apple. 
    Vegetarian breakfast?   :s

    @Guitarded nailed it.
    Who eats that stuff for breakfast?
    I do have to admit, I was fooled.
    It did look like an egg and fries.
    There is no crisis that a good cigar can't cure.
    In Fumo Pax
    Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy cigars and that's close enough.

    Wylaff said:
    Atmospheric pressure and crap.
  • jd50aejd50ae West Gnawed Pencil, TNPosts: 7,754 ✭✭✭✭✭
     :'( Golly gee willikers @0patience  

  • GuitardedGuitarded AlbuquerquePosts: 3,819 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Three components to my breakfast also.
    Caffeene, nicotine, sugar.  :p
    Friends don't let good friends smoke cheap cigars.
  • 0patience0patience Oregon CoastPosts: 9,238 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I only eat a morning meal on Saturday and Sunday.
    Those consist of diced potatoes, sausge, bacon and eggs in a bowl.

    I never eat breakfast during the week, never eat lunch on the weekends and eating lunch during the week is hit or miss.

    So dinner is pretty much the only meal I eat most the time.

    My wife once asked me about why I rarley eat luch and hardly ever eat breakfast and I told her that when you are 1 of 6 kids, the one who paid the bills and barely had enough food in the house for 3, let alone 6, you adapt.
    There is no crisis that a good cigar can't cure.
    In Fumo Pax
    Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy cigars and that's close enough.

    Wylaff said:
    Atmospheric pressure and crap.
  • Dark_RoastDark_Roast St. John IndianaPosts: 1,092 ✭✭✭
    Thanks JD for clearing that up. Initially I thought it was a Duck or possibly goose egg and fries. I imagine if you continue to eat healthy you will remain healthy. Best of luck remaining on that life choice.
  • dirtdudedirtdude Green ValleyPosts: 5,040 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I had duck eggs a few years ago, what a treat
    A little dirt never hurt
  • jlmartajlmarta 50 miles from ParadisePosts: 7,382 ✭✭✭✭✭
    My mother used to use duck eggs all the time in her baked goods but she told me if you tried to fry a duck egg it would just kinda roll around in the frypan but wouldn't fry. I never tried it to find out if she was yanking my chain or not. 

    Has anyone here ever tried to fry one?  If so, what were the results? 
  • dirtdudedirtdude Green ValleyPosts: 5,040 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I had them fried and they were a great breakfast. Always wanted to try smoking them in a smoker but unless you have ducks they are kind of hard to come by.
    A little dirt never hurt
  • deadmandeadman Midland, NCPosts: 4,788 ✭✭✭✭✭
    My father-in-law has chickens and ducks. He has always said he prefers the duck eggs.
  • jlmartajlmarta 50 miles from ParadisePosts: 7,382 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Mom always said the duck eggs were 'richer' so that's why she preferred them in her baking.

     One of our chores was to put on boots and wade the duck pond feeling along the bottom for eggs. Sometimes we'd find one that had been missed for quite a while. Ya sure know it when you crack the shell.....  :#
  • dirtdudedirtdude Green ValleyPosts: 5,040 ✭✭✭✭✭
    They are rich. The thought for smoking them was to boil them enough to remove the shell then finish cooking slow on the smoker. Going to try it when I can find some.
    A little dirt never hurt
  • jlmartajlmarta 50 miles from ParadisePosts: 7,382 ✭✭✭✭✭
    That sounds interesting. Please keep us posted. 

    I'd be particularly interested in knowing how long you had to cook them to get to the 'safe peeling' stage. 
  • dirtdudedirtdude Green ValleyPosts: 5,040 ✭✭✭✭✭
    That would be the trial and error part of the equation Marty as would the finishing in the smoker
    A little dirt never hurt
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