Well the week has begun. Have you been productive so far? I've been sort of productive lol, I've had some bad migraines so I have been doing small projects and no writing :( But I was feeling the itch to do a post so I'm giving it the old college try :) I must say that I am very much enjoying being beside Nathan again. Until you're in a long distant relationship you never appreciate the little things like holding hands or cuddling. So if my posts are a little sporadic I apologize, but it probably means I'm enjoying my time with my soul mate ;)
So as I mentioned previously I tried something completely new in regards to my kitchen adventures. I was actually intrigued because of an article I had read (again I don't remember where from lol). Now I looked at tons of different recipes to determine what spices I wanted to include, but ended up using my favorite tool; my nose :) to really determine what needed to be added. So are you sitting there wondering what I decided to try? Well I said it is part of both the most important and delicious meal of the day, which means breakfast, and there are only specific things we can make. I decided to tackle something that not everyone loves, but those who do have probably had a bunch of different ways, good ol' sausage! That's right, Canuckette tackled breakfast sausage all on her own and succeeded! Since I was creating these delicious patties I finally got to use another of my many kitchen gadgets that I was given at Christmas time. Check out my Westin Patty Press, it made my sausage patties look very professional not to mention I can control the thickness of the patties.
Now I'm going to share with you what I've created and will also give you other spices you can add depending on what flavor you are looking to create.
2) Form into patties and fry for six minutes on each side, careful not to under cook for the obvious reasons or overcook as it will make them dry. They can keep in the refrigerator for up to one week, or you can freeze them for later use :)