So my plan for the section, “Dinner Plans” was to show you meals I make throughout the week that aren’t really a recipe but something that might inspire you for a quick and simple dinner. Since I work full time and by the time we eat, it is now dark outside, I started to shy away from this segment. Natural light is best when taking pictures of food and by the time dinner is made there isn’t any natural light, I didn’t want to post a pic that wasn’t up to my standards. But I’ve had a change of heart! I won’t let lamp lighting get the best of me! So here it goes! Dinner Plans: The Dark Ages. Glad you’re here with me!
One dinner I can always easily throw together is breakfast. Scrambled eggs, omelettes, fritattas, fried eggs are all on my mind when making dinner. I also use breakfast for dinner as an opportunity to use up any veggies that are almost going bad. This dinner is scrambled eggs with butter, roasted bacon (the new way to cook bacon), and garlic parsley mushrooms and onions. Place bacon on a sheet pan and roast at 375 for about 12-15 minutes, depending on what you like your bacon to be like (crispy, chewy, etc). Saute onions until translucent, add baby bella mushrooms. Once water has evaporated from mushrooms add garlic and thyme. Cook for another minute then add parsley. You are done! PS. I always love a leetle bit of mayo on my egg sandwich. It’s a Cracker Barrel thing! Happy dinner making!