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Made this ahhhhhhmazing egg bake this morning and I just had to share it!!!

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Started with these ingredients:

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Eggs, veggies including (but not limited to) baby bell peppers, mushrooms, asparagus, fresh dill and rosemary and Aidel’s brand chicken & apple sausage.

Whisk eggs with desired seasonings. Chop veggies to desired size. MAKE SURE to grease your pans people. You don’t want anything stuck or leftover, especially with this yummy recipe. Combine together eggs w other ingredients and place in a baking dish.

Bake at 375 degrees for about 35-50 mins (depends on how well done you like your eggs).

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Let cool for about 10 mins or top off with some cheese and throw it back in the oven at 275 degrees for another 10 minutes or so.

Great pairings for this meal are bacon, avocado, ketchup, sour cream or even some salsa!

Happy baking everyone!

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biscuits n gravy

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steak bits n more

Gotta give it to Pacific Diner in San Pedro for their consistently amazing food. Yeah there may be no close parking, yeah there may be a wait, yeah it may take awhile to have that first scrumptious bite……but it’s SO worth it!!

Waited about 20 mintues on a Sunday morning prime time around 11am. Not bad at all.

Have conveniently opted for biscuits n gravy as my alloted appetizer every time I eat here now. Today’s biscuits were the freshest, most pillowly biscuits I’ve ever devoured here and definitely a great choice starter.

My main meal was very loaded to say the least. Steak bits as a usual but I added some new elements, some I liked, others not so much. Instead of potatoes, I got sautéed veggies thinking it would add to the dish, but it was just too much substance for my liking. Although the veggies were tasty & I liked the variety. My scrambled eggs weren’t as appealing as I had originally hoped either. I was trying to be adventerous with a different flavor of added cream cheese and green onions cooked with the eggs, but it sounded better than it tasted. I like my eggs more on the ‘well done’ side and that can’t really happen when your cooking scrambled eggs and cream cheese.

The best elements of the dish were the bits, sans mushrooms, the bacon, the tortillas and the cottage cheese. Oh and of course the fresh squeezed oj, yum!

Overall this was a great meal with awesome service and I can’t wait to come back again and again and again!