jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007

If I were a smoker, I would have had 4 during this episode and 3 after "Murphy's Breakfast"

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Apr 19, 2017

      I bought some half and half for my coffee only a few days ago. It's dated 4-26 and, I noticed it curdled in my coffee ever so little yesterday morning. I guess I was hoping it would fix itself overnight, but, it didn't.

      I hated to throw it away and figured if I could cook it, it would halt the spoilage and I could rescue it.

Ah Ha!

      Sausage and gravy with those biscuits that have been sitting in the refrigerator a month.

      I put the roll of sausage in a microwave cooking dish and covered it with plastic wrap. Set the power level for 50% for 14 minutes. When it was done and I looked inside, the plastic wrap had melted and my microwave was covered in grease.

(Cleaning microwave later today, Accepted and moving on.)

      Next, I put some flour in a jar with half and half to shake to mix. No problem there

      I then put the sausage into a gallon microwave receptacle and added the flour cream mix and another cup of half and half and cooked it in the microwave for 3 minutes, whisked, added salt and pepper, whisk.

      I cooked it for another 3 minutes on high.

      I pulled it out to inspect and whisk.

PERFECTLY THICKENED

      I set my oven at 400, put those biscuits in the pan touching as directed, they finish and I break them up over a bowl and pour a good amount of the gravy over them and sit down to enjoy.

      The sausage was bad. Honest. I bought it frozen and it never thawed but, somewhere along the distribution chain it thawed. So now I have a big mess to clean up and nothing to show for it.

Someone left the cream out in the rain,

I don't think that I can take it, 'cause it took so long to make it,

and I'll never use that recipe again, Oh NOooooooooooooooooooooo

Oh Nooooooooooooooooooooooo

Oh NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Got To Keep A Sense Of Humor

The Only Way Out Was Throw!

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