So the weather forecast says that its going to reach 75 degrees tomorrow (Thursday) in Morristown, NJ yeyy! I hope we get another warm day soon.
I will be trying to post some healthy low-carb food recipes that are easy to make, because healthy food should be easy to make and not expensive either. I like to test the recipe out before I post it on here, sometimes when you think of something in your head, it doesn't turn out as good as you thought it would lol.
Saturday, 17 October 2009
Its been increasingly harder to take pictures of my jewelry because the afternoons are getting darker which has been rather annoying and its been so gloomy because it has been raining a lot. I think I will try and take some of my jewelry with me to Florida when I go in December, however I will have to try and get started again taking photos earlier in the day if its not raining. I think I will ask for an OTT light for Christmas :)
Bacon and Eggs Supreme (my own recipe)
Serves 4 - 6 people
1 packet of turkey bacon (4 slices of chicken or turkey lunch-meat optional depending how many people you are cooking for)
6 Eggs (you can easily add more depending how many people you are cooking for)
1/2 packet/bag of peas, frozen
Kalamata olives, 15
Dill; 1 heaped tablespoon
Lemon pepper & salt seasoning; 1 teaspoon
Cumin; 1 tablespoon
Season all seasoning 2 teaspoons (I use 21 seasoning salute from Trader Joe's)
Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)
Juice of 2 lemons (optional)
I served my bacon and eggs with green and yellow beans that I marinated in lemon juice and with a small side salad, but you could serve it with any vegetables that you desire.
1. Take a large frying pan or saucepan.
2. Cut the bacon (and lunchmeat) up into strips and place in pan. Add olive oil and saute until it slightly browns.
3.Take a bowl and whisk up the eggs and add the lemon salt seasoning to them. Pour the eggs in the pan with the bacon and mix them up; you may need more oil.
4. Add the other seasonings and spices. When the eggs have cooked, add the peas and cook them until they are warmed through and defrosted. Taste one of the peas to see if they are warmed through enough.
5. Add 15 kalamata olives and then squeeze the juice of 2 lemons on top.
6. Taste some of the eggs and meat to check on the seasoning level. When you are happy with it, it is ready.
You can always put the herbs and seasonings on the table so that who you are cooking for can help themselves if you would like more.