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Monday, October 29, 2012

Monday Night Meals: Week 8

San Francisco 49ers VS. Arizona Cardinals

Hangtown Fry


5 eggs
4 strips of bacon
6 oysters
½ c breadcrumbs
2 T garlic
2 T milk
olive oil


            To begin, place one egg in a bowl and beat well, add milk and mix. Add the breadcrumbs to a bowl. In the third bowl, place the flour.

            Heat up two frying pans with oil on medium heat. In one of the pans, cook the bacon until cooked but still chewy. For the oysters, first dip in the egg mixture and then the breadcrumbs. Place in oil and lightly fry each side of the oyster. Remove from heat and allow to dry on paper towel.

            In a separate frying pan, heat with a small amount of oil. Place two strips of bacon to one side of the pan. Beat two eggs in a bowl, pour a small amount over the bacon, and allow to cook together. Place the oysters on top on the bacon, then finishing by place the remaining amount of egg on top. Allow the egg to fully cook, and then fold over to the bacon side. Repeat for other Omelette and enjoy. Go 49ers!



2 c hominy
1 lb. pork shoulder
½ yellow onion
2 T garlic
1 t cumin
1 t oregano
1 t cumin
1 T chili powder
¼ c green chilies
2 T olive oil
2 c chicken broth
1 c water

            In a large sauce pot, heat the olive oil. Chop the onions and add to the hot oil. After they begin to become clear, add the pork shoulder, browning on each side. Add the chicken broth, water, garlic, cumin, oregano, cumin, hominy, chili powder and green chilies. Stir so that everything is well combined. Reduce heat to low and allow to cook three to four hours. Pork will be fully cooked, moist and tender. Enjoy! GO CARDINALS!

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