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Old 03-10-2012, 12:45 PM   #2423
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Cool, a milk with a beer chaser next to it.

I thought the eggs were supposed to go on the hash.

Gonna go make some right now, and some toast to soak up the grease, but I'm gonna throw some shredded sharp cheddar on it.
I've always mixed them into the hash so a total of 5 eggs for breakfast for jut me .

Now, the cheese I will definitely have to do next time, I've got some shredded cheddar jack in the fridge that would add some extra zing to the hash .
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Eating mine now. Sharp cheddar does add some zing.

What's the trick to get a cast iron skillet to not stick? Brand new Made in USA pre-seasoned skillet. Followed the structions to a T and it still stuck. Fried that hash on medium(4) electric heat.
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Good morning all. LOL
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Ah, the breakfast of champions



Is that a BEER by your glass of milk? You're hard core. LOL
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They(whoever "they" are) say that you need less sleep the older you get.
I honestly don't buy that. I think what "they" mean is that when you are in your 20s you don't need as much sleep as when you are in your elementary school years, which is true. Kids under six need a lot of naps, in our 20s we don't. But I do not think this same holds true to say someone in his or her 40s doesn't need as much sleep as someone in their 20s. Bull malarkey. That is not correct. I don't know of ANY 40+ year old person who needs LESS sleep than they did when they were their same 20 something counterpart years ago.

I'm crying foul on "they". LOL

I sleep around the same hours I did when I was in my 20s, but I can tell you I don't feel as bouncey and alive when I wake up in the morn as I did then (what am I sayin', I never felt bouncey in morns even in my 20s, I guess what I mean is less aches and pains ha). LOL Although I have to admit I am still a bit bouncey and springey during the day, once I fully wake up. lol
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I sleep around, lol
That's not something you want to say in this thread.
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That's not something you want to say in this thread.
DUNNER!!!!
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Hey, all of you iRV2'ers in the eastern time zone, "Killer RV Upgrades" is on the travel channel right now. Should be an interesting watch - on 6 to 7pm EST.
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Hey, all of you iRV2'ers in the eastern time zone, "Killer RV Upgrades" is on the travel channel right now. Should be an interesting watch - on 6 to 7pm EST.
Dang..... Why didn't I read this an hour and a half ago/ Oh... that's right, I was? What was I doing? .......... That's right, pork chops n smashed taters.
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It is listed for 7PM in Phx, but the TV Weekly listings are notorious for being wrong.
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Hey Neck. I thought I saw your RV on the show. Really...
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Eating mine now. Sharp cheddar does add some zing.

What's the trick to get a cast iron skillet to not stick? Brand new Made in USA pre-seasoned skillet. Followed the structions to a T and it still stuck. Fried that hash on medium(4) electric heat.
Add more grease while cooking had been my fall back rule, I also sanded my skillet till it was near mirror polish as well.
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Is that a BEER by your glass of milk? You're hard core. LOL
As much as I'd like to leave that glass a mystery beverage of possible adult origin, it is to the best of my knowledge that welches concord grape juice is normally not alcoholic.

Also my apologies on the two separate replies still getting used to the irv2 app.
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