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Unread 05-12-2009, 09:35 PM
 
Location: Sweet Home Alabama
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Kshe - sounds good to me! Yum!

 
Unread 05-12-2009, 09:40 PM
bjh
 
Location: Memphis - home of the king
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Originally Posted by amberbaby27 View Post
THE 5 MINUTE CHOCOLATE CAKE FOR ONE PERSON
Great idea. Thanks for posting that.

A mug can also be used for a quick scrambled egg. Spray in some Pam, crack an egg and stir well.
 
Unread 05-12-2009, 09:47 PM
 
Location: Sweet Home Alabama
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Great idea. Thanks for posting that.

A mug can also be used for a quick scrambled egg. Spray in some Pam, crack an egg and stir well.
That's how I cook DH an egg for a sandwich. If you spray a mug (I actually use a bowl) really really well with pam, and then crack the egg, salt and pepper, shredded cheese and then beat. Cook for about 1 minute, but stop about 3 times during cooking to stir really well. Seriously - it is hard to tell the difference between this and a soft-scrambled egg in a pan. Just really have to watch it.
 
Unread 05-12-2009, 09:49 PM
 
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YEEAAHh! I am happy people like the idea. I did. I tried it and it is good. Now The only thing I might suggest is frosting I had to take a bite to make sure it was ediable
The best part is easy clean up...
Keshe your dinner sounds so good I can't even explain. My stomache actually growled
Kats I have good will power true but sometimes that will power keeps me off my treadmill too! ha ha ha ha!!
Jaxs your kids will like the cake for the time it takes.. I know you will adjust the recipe as you go

Hi Mom I love you!!!
 
Unread 05-12-2009, 09:51 PM
 
Location: Silver Springs, FL
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That's how I cook DH an egg for a sandwich. If you spray a mug (I actually use a bowl) really really well with pam, and then crack the egg, salt and pepper, shredded cheese and then beat. Cook for about 1 minute, but stop about 3 times during cooking to stir really well. Seriously - it is hard to tell the difference between this and a soft-scrambled egg in a pan. Just really have to watch it.
I wish I could get that idea across to DH! I have to scrub coffee cups that he has done eggs in with a sandblaster!
 
Unread 05-12-2009, 09:55 PM
 
Location: 78 square miles surrounded by reality
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Hi, all, just stopping for a moment to say hello. Welcome back to skbs, so glad to hear more from our Amber, and simply delighted that Kats sounds like she's feeling better. And then there are all those new stars everywhere... gotta get the shades out at this table!

Had good old fashioned chicken and dumplings with our weekly dinner guests tonight; they're both just winding up with finals, were craving comfort food, and you can't get much more comforting than that. The leftovers will make an awesome chicken soup in a few days.

Still have to tackle the dishes yet, and it'll be another looooong day tomorrow, so I'll bid you all goodnight. Have a great Wednesday!
 
Unread 05-12-2009, 10:07 PM
 
Location: Sweet Home Alabama
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I wish I could get that idea across to DH! I have to scrub coffee cups that he has done eggs in with a sandblaster!
Ha! Don't I know all too well! LOL BUT, if they ever have to clean one themselves.......
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...and simply delighted that Kats sounds like she's feeling better.
Thanks so much! I really am feeling much better. I still can't hear very much, but the shooting pains have stopped, and the fever has broken right now so I am grateful. I guess those big ole horsepill antibiotics are working their magic, and trust me, I will be taking every last one of them!
 
Unread 05-12-2009, 10:31 PM
bjh
 
Location: Memphis - home of the king
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Originally Posted by Katsmeeyow View Post
That's how I cook DH an egg for a sandwich. If you spray a mug (I actually use a bowl) really really well with pam, and then crack the egg, salt and pepper, shredded cheese and then beat. Cook for about 1 minute, but stop about 3 times during cooking to stir really well. Seriously - it is hard to tell the difference between this and a soft-scrambled egg in a pan. Just really have to watch it.
I've been known to use a bowl also. I found out by accident that if I use a larger bowl then needed the eggs cooked more evenly. I agree, you have to watch them. I cover them with something too so they don't pop onto the sides of the micro.

Turn them a couple of times with a fork, using a new fork each time, so as not to reintroduce raw eggs to them as they cook.
 
Unread 05-12-2009, 10:43 PM
 
Location: Sweet Home Alabama
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I just beat the heck out them about 3 times while they are cooking, incorporating all of the egg. I do like really soft eggs though, and I found that they keep cooking even after they are on the plate. DH is really particular about his egg, lol, and doesn't like it really done. Hmmm........hope I am not slowly poisoning him??? EEK! LOL
 
Unread 05-13-2009, 03:38 AM
 
Location: Looking East and hoping!
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Morning all-

Kats so glad those horse pills are starting to kick in. I like my scrambled loose and soft and cannot understand why they can't do it right out here.

Amber you are being very good but give yourself some slack. Remember it's not a "diet" it's a life change.

MWBW-nothing better than chix n dumplings.

NMS sure it was fine.
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