This looks like I might try it but, you could use some video editing skills. Watching you stirring those onions and mushrooms was an eternity. It's about 15 minutes too long. Also, you could clean up your mouth.
This look delicious and I will be trying it tomorrow. Thanks for that clever tip for mincing the eggs using a fork. Would you please do me a favor and find a good cutting board to prepare the other ingredients? My toes curl every time I see you abusing your knife blade and scratching the glaze on your plate. Many thanks.
Despite all the silliness and theatrics, this actually looks like a good approach to a new kind of burger. I think that I'll try it and call it a Big MacRamen. I'll leave out the fried egg. Too over the top. Sorry guys. I just sent the name to the copyright office. Many thanks for recipe. Cheers!!
This is more elaborate than my family's traditional recipe for beer brats but I think that we'll try this. We are on the same page regarding your choice of Johnsonville brats. They are made just up the road from my home. Favorite football teams? Packers, UW Badgers and, English Premier League 'Queens Park Rangers'. Thanks for the informative video.
Thank you so very much, Jerry. I really appreciate that. This is just how I like to do it. I hope you give it a try. But being from where you are located, how about you teach me how you do it! Lol. We all know how good you all make brats. I like the Packers.
Yes, it does seem to work well but it won't work much longer if you continue abusing the edge on what appears to be a ceramic plate instead of a proper cutting board. Also, Mr. Dambrosio(below) is correct. It is designed for cutting not spreading. I have a snow shovel in my garage the cuts very well into a snowbank but, I wouldn't try using it to spread mustard on my bologna sandwich.
Why do you not remove the last tail segment of shell from the shrimp? I can understand leaving it on if the shrimp was prepared to be eaten with fingers but, as 'knife and fork' fare, that vestigial shell is a nuisance and might hide a few extra nuggets of meat from less experienced table surgeons. Excellent recipe and hope to try it soon. Thanks.
I don't think that I need all this electronic bullshit to irritate my neighbors. I'll stick with clean tones and concentrate on mastering my instrument. Once I master my instrument, I'll learn to play guitar. Also, I never saw Leo Kottke, Earl Scruggs, Doc Watson, or even Buddy Holly use any of these gadgets and they made some good music.