This is the third of several posts this week and next that are made from leftovers.
I’d mentioned in a previous post that I’d brought home a couple of pounds of chopped pork from Lexington Barbeque in NC and I decided to use some for breakfast. I added some of the pork, half a good sized green onion, and 1½ strips of crisp fried, chopped bacon to a pan and when it was well warmed, I added two beaten eggs.
In the meantime, I sliced some Cabot cheddar, laid it in the middle of a flour tortilla, and nuked it to melt the cheese.
I added the eggs to the tortilla, rolled it up and topped with some warmed Picante sauce from a jar.
It was very good and an excellent way to kick off a busy day – I can’t believe that jalapenos only occurred to me while writing this 10 hours later.
Good-by old friend. After this meal, I retired our 8” non-stick skillet which no longer was. After a couple of years of almost daily use – my egg pan you know – it is now well seasoned as in like a cast iron pan. It has a nice baked-on layer of grease and is completely smooth – no texture at all - and it behaves like a cast iron pan, which is not too good for scrambled eggs, for example.
I did this the same day the new 8” and 10” (which we didn’t have) non-sticks showed up.
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Have a great day and thanks for stopping by Almost Heaven South.
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