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    Fall= Pancake recipe

    This is my favorite pancake recipe. It goes without saying they are accompanied with real maple syrup, an egg (over easy please) on top and coffee strong enough to float a horse shoe.
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    I can do the pancakes, and I love REAL maple syrup. Strong coffee is the only kind worth drinking! However, my egg needs to be WELL scrambled or fried. I just do not like runny eggs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    I can do the pancakes, and I love REAL maple syrup. Strong coffee is the only kind worth drinking! However, my egg needs to be WELL scrambled or fried. I just do not like runny eggs.


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    Sweet peppers and eggs

    Hi, this is something special that I do when we have company for breakfast.
    Ingredients: 2 eggs per pepper
    1 pepper per guest (yellow or red pepper), make sure pepper will stand up on its own
    old or extra old cheese
    half and half cream
    cayenne pepper
    salt and pepper to taste
    bacon crumbled or pieces of ham, (canned 'Flakes of Ham' works too)

    Preheat the oven or BBQ to about 350 deg Far.
    Crack eggs in large bowl, add a pinch or two of cayenne, enough half and half for scrambled eggs and whip with a fork.
    Cut the top off each pepper and remove seeds and membranes.
    Place peppers vertically on a foil covered and oiled sheet pan
    Cut slices of cheese into small pieces, crumble bacon/ham and mix some into eggs.

    Place a few pieces of cheese and either ham or bacon into bottom of each pepper.
    Pour egg mixture about 3/4 of the way up the pepper.
    Place peppers in oven/BBQ and close lid
    In roughly 30 minutes check to see if they are done.
    Look for a lightly tanned top, if you find that they are tanned and solid, they are done.
    At this point you can take them out, or put some more cheese and/or meat on top. My choice, more everything, and put back into heat until cheese is melted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fozsey View Post
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    Me either? I wanted to see that recipe for sure.
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    Hummm? still my favorite pancake recipe after all these years but in a different file format
    Easy pancakes.pdf
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    Sounds delicious...now I'm hungry.
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    Wow, that looks like a great recipe, I will save the download and give it a try one weekend.
    I need to get some maple syrup pretty soon, the town I work in has some history as a maple syrup area. Their Spring festival is called the maple festival...
    They have some locals with storefronts that sell some darn fine syrups. The place I go to sells three "grades" from lighter to darker, and I really like the medium amber grade.
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    It's that time of year again.
    Good and super fluffy. Pancakes, Fluffy 1.pdf
    Now if I could make it snow.

    Oh my bad. It's 4 tablespoons of vinegar...not teaspoons! I think I have it corrected now. The vinegar is what makes that powder & soda do their thing for a fluffy cake
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