Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Bojangles, Jan 25, 2018.
Fixed a few omissions in the recipe.
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Awesome! Thanks Festus!
You're welcome. Hopefully I'll get the camera program fixed so I can post pics.
It turned out that my camera program needed an update. The old program was deleted by Sony, and they didn't tell me.
Dang! That looks really good!
It tastes ten times better than it looks. Even the same recipe without the bacon in it is delicious.
And the request has been sent to the baker
It sure looks good! Gonna have to get the wifee to make that!
We don't eat white bread, and havent for the last 50 years. Rye bread and pumpernickel is bought unsliced and sliced at home. Both of those breads have more taste and nutrition than white bread, but all of them pale in flavor to home made bread. I honestly believe that store bought bread makers have stopped using yeast in their bread to prolong shelf life. Baking soda and baking powder are two ingredients that can be substituted for yeast, and both are cheaper.
I'll post pics of my turkey pot pie later tonight. In a deep 9 inch (no jokes, please) pie pan it weighs over 7 pounds and contains 3 pounds of diced turkey, along with 3 pounds of peas and carrots held together with a pound of a tasty thick sauce. One standard size slice will fill your belly. It's how I use the dark meat on the turkey, since neither my wife nor I like the taste of dark meat. If you guys like the pot pie I'll post the recipe.
Think Swanson turkey pot pie....but full of meat, vegetables and flavor along with a crunchy crust.
I'm going to make someone a great wife some day.
I'm gonna need to double up on my cholesterol meds just reading Joisey's posts!
Are you using Lipitor?
Ah yes, a statin drug. My wife was on Lipitor (a statin drug) for 10 years, no trouble. The she became plagued by shoulder pains, knee pains, hip pains, they would all come and go. She thought it was arthritis. Went to the doctor, he took her off Lipitor and put her on two capsules of red yeast rice. Same active ingredient in Lipitor and Simvastatin, but natural. Her cholesterol is lower than ever, well within normal limits and the pains are gone. It took about a month for them to go away.
Seems the body tolerates statin drugs for so long, then it causes inflammation in the joints, causing pain. For some people it's years, others do it after the first dose.
Just something to watch out for.
At 10 slices per loaf of bread, and 14 slices of thick bacon to a pound, figure about 3 slices of bacon in two thick slices of bread. You can make the bread with less bacon.
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