Brinner

April 11, 2008

Cooking, Lauren

My stories were new on NBC last night, but they weren’t very good. One highlight, though, was Turk on Scrubs wanting ‘brinner’ for his anniversary – breakfast for dinner. I’ve never been such a fan of brinner, but since food supplies are short ’round here and I happened to have bacon, that’s what we had. Here it is, told in pictures:

1c flour, 1t baking powder, 1/4t salt, eggs, 1T sugar

Have robot whip egg whites.

1/2t vanilla, 1c milk. 2T melted butter. Wet in dry, mix, fold in whites

Eat

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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13 Responses to “Brinner”

  1. Lauren's mom Said on:

    We had brinner last night, too. In fact, we do that often. Ours looked like yours, except we had eggs with it. Yummy!

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  2. Karla Said on:

    Mmmm, brinner. That’s my absolute favorite. That and having uncomfortable dinner parties where uninvited guests show up. Hehehe

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  3. Beth Said on:

    I LOVE brinner! In fact, breakfast is my favorite meal, and I could eat it any time of the day, any day. LOVE it, LOVE it, LOVE it :).
    I love pizza, too. And cabernet. But the three together, not so much…

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  4. Brad Said on:

    You didn’t use your Kithen Aid to whip the egg whites? A Kitchen Aid is better and faster than a Lloyd any old day. But at least his parts might be worth something. According to THIS site, his component value is approximately $45 million.

    Just something to think about…

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    • Beth Said on:

      That means Lauren is worth a couple million more, right? That’s what I got out of it -- women are more valuable…

      Heh. We have always known that.

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  5. Kristi Said on:

    We had biscuits ‘n’ gravy. MMMM, yummy gravy, but Charles still makes it better than anybody I know.

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  6. Peggy Said on:

    Breakfast for dinner is the best!!!

    (Is it still cold in your house … is that why Robot Lloyd is wearing a coat & has grown out his hair?)

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  7. Meredith Said on:

    Brinner cracked me up from Scrubs! Your brinner looks mighty tasty.

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  8. Michele Said on:

    That bacon almost looks as good as the bacon tape you put on Brad’s package the other day! Yummmmmmmy bacon!!!!

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    • Brad Said on:

      Doh! I forgot to send an email acknowledging that package. Dang it! I haven’t watched the DVD yet. I was going to write after I watched. Honest.

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  9. Peggy Said on:

    And actually Robot Lloyd looks more like wax Lloyd …

    Students in the far off future will visit such exhibits …
    “… and this is what people did in Seward NE in the 21st century for fun.”

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