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Hobo Omlette #8342872 08/06/21 11:20 AM
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Just for grins, I put together what I call a "HOBO OMLETTE." Two fresh eggs, a hand full of grated cheese, a hand full of German potato salad, a couple of left over zucchini slices, and some crumbled up, left over meat loaf. Cooked all together in a frying pan that had a bit of bacon grease to keep everything from sticking to the pan. Warmed over biscuits to use as pushers and a glass of cold, crisp wine to wash it all down. Looked terrible; tasted great!

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Sounds great. Would/ food


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Interesting up

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Originally Posted by mikei
Just for grins, I put together what I call a "HOBO OMLETTE." Two fresh eggs, a hand full of grated cheese, a hand full of German potato salad, a couple of left over zucchini slices, and some crumbled up, left over meat loaf. Cooked all together in a frying pan that had a bit of bacon grease to keep everything from sticking to the pan. Warmed over biscuits to use as pushers and a glass of cold, crisp wine to wash it all down. Looked terrible; tasted great!


That is a different "CONCOCTION" for sure. We needed a picture of that.

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Sounds ok except for the potato salad part... I've had a couple different varieties of German potato salad some would probably seem ok with it, the ones with mayonnaise etc. probably not so much for me.

I do completely grasp the looks like hell but tastes great. My uncle especially makes many dishes that are life long favorites. Looking at them its kind of sketchy but I love them.


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Re: Hobo Omlette [Re: mikei] #8343122 08/06/21 02:39 PM
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Reading all the way thru that, I was ready for cold milk - but you really had me at Wine!!! Sounds like some of my weird ones that come out great.

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