There is already a bounty on my head from the WordPress Police about changing rules, but I am drastically going to do it anyway. I want good, quality content generated.
The Great Lydia Potter, My Wonderful Little Sister, nominated me for the real Great Food Award!
Thank you Lydia! Live for God and never outgrow your roots, little sister!
Here are the rules I just made up.
1.Thank the person that nominated you with a link to their site. 2.Use a food photo or the logo provided. ( Or, Make A New One!) 3. Make an original, creative,cooking post.4. Nominate people. )Keep this number low as too many backlinks per page reflects negatively on your SEO score. Less than 10 is good)
Alright! Here are the questions I was asked by Lydia Potter! As I changed the rules, I will not be asking any. I look forward to stealing your cooking ideas instead.
1.Is there a food that you disliked when you were younger that you now love? If so, what food?
I have always hated Lima Beans. Yuck.
I did not like beets or coffee as a child and now I like both!
2.How many times do you eat in a day?
I am always on the go. I try to eat one meal every day with my family, then I munch throughout the day!
3.What meat is devoured most in your house?
We eat a lot of chicken!
4.Apple pie or brownies?
To not like apple pie is Un American.
I will have both, please!
5.Do you have any food allergies?
I do not think so. I hope not!
Now …With that done, Here is my cooking post!
So, I was not expecting to do this so I am missing a few pictures. For this award, I opted to make a breakfast casserole. First, I microwaved potatoes and cut them into bite size pieces. Then, I fried them in olive oil with seasonings to include, salt, pepper, garlic powder, chili pequin, and italian seasoning.
Meanwhile, I began frying wild hog breafast saugage given to me by a friend named Matthew. After it was cooked, I slathered it in maple syrup. At the end, we fried up some chicken and duck eggs and added a lot of cheddar cheese.
I layered the sausage, potatoes, and eggs together, garnished with cheddar, spicy oregano from the garden and sirache sauce. Here is the final product!
So, for my nominees, you do not just get this distinction by answering a few questions. Make sure you do a cooking post of any kind! Here are my nominees.
I wish the four of you well on th