> Peet's Big Bang, and Phil's breakfast potatoes!

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Phillip_McCavity
#1 2017-07-16 15:21:03

Peet's Big Bang, and Phil's breakfast potatoes!

NOOOO!!!
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#2 2017-07-16 15:21:53

Re: Peet's Big Bang, and Phil's breakfast potatoes!

Eat a bullet!

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Phillip_McCavity
#3 2017-07-16 15:29:50

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wrote:

Eat a bullet!

Can't you just say "Thank you Phil, for turning dots on today?"

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Original_Lonely_Guy
#4 2017-07-16 15:33:23

Re: Peet's Big Bang, and Phil's breakfast potatoes!

What's your recipe for the potatoes?

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#5 2017-07-16 15:35:40

Re: Peet's Big Bang, and Phil's breakfast potatoes!

Phillip_McCavity wrote:

Can't you just say "Thank you Phil, for turning dots on today?"



The fact that you basically shut the board off for half of every day because of one asshole shows how useless you are.

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#6 2017-07-16 15:39:49

Re: Peet's Big Bang, and Phil's breakfast potatoes!

Carbs

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Phillip_McCavity
#7 2017-07-16 15:49:31

Re: Peet's Big Bang, and Phil's breakfast potatoes!

Original_Lonely_Guy wrote:

What's your recipe for the potatoes?

1 medium potato, 1/4 onion, salt, dill or oregano (like dill but don't always have it). Sometimes hot pepper.

saute covered for 25 minutes until soft and one side crisp, turn and cook another 15 minutes uncovered

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Original_Lonely_Guy
#8 2017-07-16 15:56:18

Re: Peet's Big Bang, and Phil's breakfast potatoes!

Phillip_McCavity wrote:

1 medium potato, 1/4 onion, salt, dill or oregano (like dill but don't always have it). Sometimes hot pepper.

saute covered for 25 minutes until soft and one side crisp, turn and cook another 15 minutes uncovered

Do you saute it in butter or canola oil or what?

Do you add the dill or oregano after cooking?

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Phillip_McCavity
#9 2017-07-16 16:00:56

Re: Peet's Big Bang, and Phil's breakfast potatoes!

Original_Lonely_Guy wrote:

Do you saute it in butter or canola oil or what?

Do you add the dill or oregano after cooking?

Spices are usually dry, added at the start of cooking.

I have light olive oil right now (it was on sale).

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Original_Lonely_Guy
#10 2017-07-16 16:04:11

Re: Peet's Big Bang, and Phil's breakfast potatoes!

Phillip_McCavity wrote:

Spices are usually dry, added at the start of cooking.

I have light olive oil right now (it was on sale).

Ok thanks, I was afraid that spices cooked in oil would either lose their flavor or taste burned.

I'm going to make some in a few minutes I think.

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Phillip_McCavity
#11 2017-07-16 16:13:29

Re: Peet's Big Bang, and Phil's breakfast potatoes!

Original_Lonely_Guy wrote:

Ok thanks, I was afraid that spices cooked in oil would either lose their flavor or taste burned.

I'm going to make some in a few minutes I think.

Well, if you cook fresh herbs long enough -- especially dill -- you will caramelize them and they will taste sweet. This technique is used in some Indian regional cooking, I've never seen it used in western food.

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Tashfiend Garlique
#12 2017-07-17 12:12:00

Re: Peet's Big Bang, and Phil's breakfast potatoes!

Phillip_McCavity wrote:

Well, if you cook fresh herbs long enough -- especially dill -- you will caramelize them and they will taste sweet. This technique is used in some Indian regional cooking, I've never seen it used in western food.

So now Phildo is an expert on Indian cooking.

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Original_Lonely_Guy
#13 2017-07-17 18:31:16

Re: Peet's Big Bang, and Phil's breakfast potatoes!

Thanks Phil, I ended up making them in a baking pan with olive oil, onions, garlic powder, black pepper, cayenne, and kosher salt. Set the oven to 425 and baked for about 45 minutes tossing every 15 or so. Had to add more olive oil towards the end as they had soaked it in and were not sizzling anymore.  I was too wary to use herbs this first time through... they were great!

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