Thursday, June 26, 2014

Z

HOORAY, I DID IT - I COMPLETED THE A-Z CHALLENGE IN 26 DAYS. 

Kept trying to think of z words.  There's zany, zero, zipper and zilch.  What do you say about zany, I have a friend who's zany, but then you don't know her so I can't write about her.  Zero was a big fat 0 and zipper - well other than it goes up and down and keeps your clothes on and sometimes your mouth closed, what else is there to say.  All leading me to zilch.

Then I remembered something I used to do.

 ZIP LOCK OMELETS.  They are easy to put together,  You can even assemble in the bag if you wish instead of a bowl for even less clean up. You can prep while making dinner the night before and then you're ready for breakfast the next day.




Break and scramble two eggs.  Add any ingredients you want (peppers, onions, cheese, bacon bits, etc.).  Pour into a quart Zip Lock Bag, bleed as much air as possible out of bag and seal tight.  Refrigerate for later use or for immediate use,  pop into a pot of boiling water.  Cook for 10 to 13 minutes (you'll know when they are done).  Remove bag from water and pop onto plate.  Add a little fruit and voila.Hardly any cleanup too.





Oh, Oh, Oh, I just thought of two more Z's - Zippo, like in zippo lighter.





And  Zephyr a name assigned to many things - trains, motor bikes, name of towns, but the one that came to mind was the west wind known as a zephyr.

Also, there is ZZYYXX Road, somewhere along I-10 between California and Nevada. Always remember seeing the sign.  I think it is a road to nowhere or the end of the road but it was something that always caught my eye.

Enough - thanks for stopping by and hope you enjoyed the challenge as much as I.

A big thank you to Celeste Jones who came up with this idea.



16 comments:

  1. Congratulations on completing the challenge Sunny! Well done. I don't think I could have done it! Enjoyed all your wonderful posts. Thank you for the omelet recipe. Sounds great, and best of all, easy! LoL

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. Thanks Roz - be sure to check out my post tomorrow.

      Easy and little clean up - terrific combo.

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  2. SG,

    Congrats on completing the A-Z challenge. Been fun reading your posts. Thanks.

    I've done a few omelettes in my time and in different ways but never in a bag so I will have to try it.

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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  3. I am trying the omlet. What a great camping idea!! Wish I had known about that during all our camping trips with kids!! Thanks!

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    1. Yeah, it would be great for camping. Don't have to worry about broken eggs.

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  4. Congrats on completing the challenge. Love the Ziploc bag omelette!

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  5. I am so trying this later!!
    Thanks!
    Congrats on finishing the challenge, Leigh.
    I'm still three days behind :)

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    1. Let me know how it works out.

      Thanks for the congrats and to you too, only 3 more to go.

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  6. Congratulations on finishing the challenge!
    Good collection of Zs

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  7. Congrats on completing the challenge Sunny! Thanks for the easy recipe...I've seen similar but nothing this simple...definitely a keeper! ;)

    Hugs and Blessings...
    Cat

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    1. Thanks Cat. I am glad I could reciprocate after all the good recipes you've shared.

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  8. Congrats, Sunny, you did it !
    I will try this omelete , I never heard about boiling omelete..lol..
    Hugs,
    Mona Lisa

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    1. Hope you do, Mona. You'll have to let me know what you think

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