Today’s Recipe and Location: Patty Melts
Found in: The Pioneer Woman blog
I figured out that there are 904 calories per serving, if 4 servings are made. (Please note that the calorie counts vary depending on the specific brands of ingredients that you choose to use.)
A big thanks to Jenny Anderson for giving me this wonderful panini maker.
Don't you just want to take a bite?
This was a really good burger. I did alter the recipe a little bit. I have a Panini maker so I did not use any butter. I cooked the hamburger in the machine first and then created the sammy and cooked it in the maker, also. I would say that what made it for me was the grilled onions and Worcestershire. Of course, it is really hard to change a basic patty melt but Ree did a good job!
This last week I was talking to Nicole about a diet she was trying, and the subject of grapefruit came up. I have horrible memories of all of the diets I tried and all of the “diet” foods that were always included. First of all, I swear grapefruit was on almost every diet. I guess that’s because it is a fruit and is good for you. I learned to hate the nasty little ball of acid. I am not a sour lover and it was over the line for me.
Another food that always comes to mind is beets. First of all, they are a vegetable which puts them on my do not eat list. Secondly, beware for anyone who has never tried them, that when they leave your body you will think you are bleeding to death. I do not mean to offend, but they as bad going out as they taste going in. This is definitely a food that I will avoid for the rest of my life!
My Gorgeous Girls
Sage is a grass eater. She seems to always want to eat the crabgrass. I researched this and all sites seem to state that they don’t know the reason dogs do this activity.
Some sites said that it could be boredom, and another said it could be some stomach issue. Who knows?? All I want is for her to stop so the lawn fertilizer doesn’t hurt her in some way. Right now, I stop her verbally but I wish I could help her stop herself.
|My sweet little grass eater|
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