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Day 6 of 100 Days of Real Food

Today  was a okay we started our day with michad. Which are home-style hash browns fried in bacon grease with onions and garlic. When the potatoes are finished, push them all to the side crack open five eggs and place in empty pocket. Next, wait until they are starting to cook and mix thoroughly within in the potatoes. Once the eggs appear to be cooked through turn heat off dump 1 cup of Colby jack shredded cheese on top and mix. We also cooked a pound of bacon. My family likes bacon.


For dinner we had chicken fried rice and terrikki chicken.

I cubed two chicken breasts coated in a whisked egg and dumped four mixed with garlic powder, red pepper, and seasoned salt. I let that sit for 10 minutes. I fried them with Italian dressing tell both sides were white when cut open. I paced the done chicken on a serving plate.

I then added another tablespoon of Italian dressing and fried half of cup each of white and red onion and two tablespoons garlic. When the onions became translucent, I dumped those on top the chicken.

Next, I added to tablespoons honey, ½-cup pineapple juice, cornstarch water mixture, garlic powder, white pepper, ground mustard, and soy sauce. Once the sauce started to thicken dumped the onions and chicken and the canned pineapple chunks all back into the pan. Till everything was warm and gooey.

I loved it. SO didn’t even try eating a bite, the oldest boy ate three pieces of chicken and the baby ate none.

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