Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Boogie Boogie

Last night we went out to eat because the kitchen was a mess.  Plus, I felt like celebrating.  Even though I don't have clearances just yet, I'm feeling the excitement of hope.

Meanwhile, Today I woke in less pain.  Actually since my last adjustment on Saturday, I've been in less pain.  And that makes me want to do housework.  But just a wee bit. 

After all,  I want to make sure I save some for Tim.  Don't want him to feel left out and all that.

But first, I'm going to make myself an omelet with horseradish cheese and mushrooms.  I've been baking mushrooms lately and I love it.  So much flavor, and beyond nummy.  As for the horseradish, not sure if it will go with paprika roasted shrooms, but what the heck?  I'll give it a go.

That's all from me.  Thanks for reading and boogie boogie.

27 comments:

  1. I'm sure your kitchen accidents are better than other peoples' prize dishes!
    Glad you're in less pain today.

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  2. Alex: So kind, but I swear, I've had many horrible experiments.

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  3. How do you bake shrooms? Any secret recipe?
    We have a rather bad selection in our supermarkets here, mostly just button shrooms, and sometimes oyster shrooms, even though the south of my country is a shroom heaven!

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  4. I'm glad you're feeling better, too, and I hope you enjoy your omelet :)

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  5. For your back maybe try pilates. It's helped my hubby.

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  6. Oops maybe it's not your back...guess I was thinking of my hubby ;D

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  7. i can never make anything right... my worst is the omelet...

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  8. Hope you enjoy your omelet, although adding all those ingredients to eggs just turns my stomach. I prefer mine over-easy!

    Glad you're feeling better, too. All these good wishes must be working!

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  9. Good to hear you're feeling a little better.

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  10. DEZMOND: Just toss those suckers and a hot oven, I like 450F. I put mine on a baking sheet, with a tiny tiny bit of olive oil (not extra virgin), sweet paprika, Kosher salt and organic cayenne pepper, along with a pat of unsalted butter. Mine took about 6-7 minutes or so. I taste half-way and adjust seasonings and bam, easy baked mushrooms.

    Sometimes I slice mine (those take a wee bit longer to cook), but today's were diced and delicious.

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  11. mshatch: I switched it up and went with a scramble mushroom Colby bake instead.

    Kim: I love that pilates helped your hubby. I love yoga, meditation and tai chi.

    It is my spine but right now the pain is the the neck, hands, and forearm.

    Jeremy: How come your worst?

    Stacy: I changed it up and went with a mushroom, scramble Colby bake. Was amazing.

    Over easy is nice too.

    Lurker: Thanks bunches :-)

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  12. Glad you're having less pain. Wish I could find that happy place! (I'm sure that would involve moving around, exercise, sweating, and all that other stuff that's so much the antithesis of my peaceful (but pain-filled) life!)

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  13. my problem is that when I put shrooms in the oven they release a lot of water and get drenched in it and they end up boiled not roasted :( And I hate salting them before to release fluids, because then my vitamins go bye bye ....

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  14. Boric: Sorry you are in pain as well. It can really suck the life out of things.

    Although sometimes I like getting out of doing dishes (insert evil grin).

    DEZMOND: I didn't have that problem. Is it possible you are baking them too long? Maybe just a matter of playing with oven temps and times.

    Perhaps salt afterward or not at all. Or even toss them in the broiler for a super fast broil.

    Just tossing some ideas out ...

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  15. I need to try baking mushrooms. Sounds delicious!

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  16. Dana: I like the flavor. But you might need to play around with temps and times to get them way you like.

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  17. Glad you're feeling better. I admit, I never really feel like doing housework.

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  18. Susan: I fizzed out quick.

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  19. What did you have for tea when you went out?
    I've been very good. I've been washing the outside windows with my new window brush. It's super long, can reach those high up little windows. Very cool! :)

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  20. Niki: That window cleaner sounds like fun. I get excited about that kind of stuff too.

    I don't know what kind of tea the restaurant had. I'm thinking crappy kind. But I did have two wonderful cups of ginger peach this morning.

    So so good.

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  21. lol no I meant 'tea' as in 'dinner'. We have the evening meal at teatime. hehe What did you eat for tea?

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  22. Glad you're feeling better! And I'm drooling at the thought of omelets!

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  23. Niki: OOHHHHH. I ate a wee bit of onion rings and a few bites of Tim's pasta cheese thing. Then we shared a lava cake with vanilla ice cream. I didn't care for the dessert because the dough part was bland. But I did enjoy the lava coming out. Just too sweet.

    Now I want to make my own.

    Hanny: I changed this up, last minute and went with a egg bake. Turned out great.

    Thanks, I am glad too. Been many years of pain. Was sick of it.

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  24. So glad to hear you're feeling a bit better!

    Now I'm going to have to made omelets or frittatas this weekend. You're making me hungry for eggs.

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  25. Suzan: I've never had a frittata. But from what I heard about the ingredients, they sound yummy.

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  26. Frittatas are delicious!

    What's horseradish cheese?

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  27. Bad me, never had a frittata before. But all along, it's just been baked eggs.

    It's cheese that has horseradish in it and it is ever so yummy.

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