Here’s What You Should Eat For Breakfast For The Rest Of The Week

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Enjoy these burritos every single day of the week and not worry about what you’re going to make for breakfast in the morning.

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Frozen Breakfast Burritos For The Week

Frozen Breakfast Burritos For The Week

  • Bacon
  • Sausage
  • Baby Red Potatoes /quartered
  • 1 Red Pepper /chopped
  • 1 Yellow Onion /chopped
  • Salt and Pepper
  • 10 Eggs – beaten
  • 1 Bag Shredded Cheese
  • 1 Bunch Green Onions /sliced
  • Flour Tortillas
  • Parchment Paper

In a large skillet over medium heat, cook bacon (in batches if necessary) until crispy. Remove the bacon to a paper towel lined plate – leave to cool. In the same skillet – using leftover bacon grease (drain some if necessary) add the potatoes and season with salt and pepper. Once lightly browned add in peppers and onion. Cook until potatoes have browned and the peppers and onions have softened. Remove from pan and place in bowl to cool. In the same saucepan, cook sausage until browned and cooked through. Remove to a paper towel lined bowl. Finally, reduce heat to medium/low and pour beaten eggs into the skillet. Fold and stir eggs occasionally until cooked but still soft and moist. Remove from pan.

Gather cooked ingredients – having let them all cool slightly. Additionally gather flour tortillas, shredded cheese and sliced green onions (optional) and set them out on your table/workspace. To assemble the burritos, lay out a tortilla and start with a base of eggs followed by desired toppings and finish with cheese. To wrap, fold in both sides and then fold the bottom up and over all the ingredients. Roll up tightly. (If you find the tortillas are tearing, heat them up – a few at a time – for 20 seconds in the microwave before assembling). Wrap up in parchment paper and repeat with remaining tortillas and ingredients, customizing the burritos to your liking. Place the parchment-wrapped burritos in a 1 gallon freezer bag and place in the freezer to store for up to one month.

To reheat:
Remove the frozen burrito from the freezer. Unwrap from parchment paper and wrap the frozen burrito up in a damp paper towel. Place on a microwave safe plate and microwave for 3 minutes. Remove from microwave and rest for one minute before unwrapping. Remove the paper towel, serve with hot sauce, salsa, or sour cream! Enjoy!


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This Argentinian Café Inspired By Harry Potter Will Make Your Dreams Come True

It won’t even matter to you that they don’t have butter beer.

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The place has a warm, minimalist aesthetic: wooden chairs, a bar, and tables perfect for enjoying the coffee prepared by Natalia Montoya, the café’s barista and fan of the Harry Potter saga.

She is the owner of Félix Felicis & Co., along with Marcelo Ferrán, Pat Hryb, and Juan Pablo Valencia. The café is located at José Antonio Cabrera 5002 (at the corner of Serrano), and will attract the attention of anyone addicted to the Potter Universe.


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This Is What Happened When Australians Tried Popular Filipino Food

“Looks a mess, tastes a treat!”

We got some clueless Aussies to try traditional and popular savoury Filipino dishes and… well… it didn’t go down too well.

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Especially when the eyes of the prawns in sinigang were staring right at them.

Especially when the eyes of the prawns in sinigang were staring right at them.

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Peeling a prawn was a real struggle.

Peeling a prawn was a real struggle.

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The sisig was off to a great start, but got questionable when they finally bit into a pig’s ear.

The sisig was off to a great start, but got questionable when they finally bit into a pig's ear.

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Starbucks Will Open In Italy In 2017

The Seattle coffee chain plans to enter the country that first inspired CEO Howard Schultz decades ago.

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Starbucks announced plans on Sunday to open its first Italian coffee shop in Milan in early 2017, with hopes to open more locations throughout the country.

Starbucks will partner with Percassi Group, a Bergamo-based company that has developed other American brands like Victoria’s Secret in the country. Percassi will own and operate Starbucks’ Italian stores as a licensee of the brand.

CEO Howard Schultz said in a release the partners will bring the “Starbucks Experience” to Italy in a way that “will make you all proud.” Schultz said he has been going to Italy since 1983 and Italian coffee makers inspired his vision for the coffee house chain, which now has more than 23,000 stores around the world but not a single outlet yet in Italy.

It is not clear how much demand there will be for Starbucks coffee in Italy. The country has a well-established market and culture for espresso, posing a challenge for the giant U.S. chain.

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22 Gins Every Gin Drinker Must Try

Gin o’clock.

Gin is awesome. It’s like vodka but 100x better because it actually tastes of things.

Gin is awesome. It's like vodka but 100x better because it actually tastes of things.

Like juniper and citrus and spices and joy.

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But because everyone loves gin, it means there’s now SO MUCH GIN. And if you want to try a new one, it can get a bit…overwhelming.

But because everyone loves gin, it means there's now SO MUCH GIN. And if you want to try a new one, it can get a bit...overwhelming.

“Oooh, I want to try a new gin!”

“OK, great, we stock 100 different gin brands, which would you like?”

“Uhhh, the pretty green bottle…wait no, this one has cardamom in it and I love cardamom…wait it’s HOW much? Argh, I don’t know, surprise me!”

“Here’s your Gordon’s and tonic.”

“…Fuck.”

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So we asked a bunch of bartenders and industry experts to tell us the essential gins every gin lover should try.

So we asked a bunch of bartenders and industry experts to tell us the essential gins every gin lover should try.

We talked to brand ambassadors, gin distillers, bar owners, and a lot of bartenders. Whether you’re looking to just branch out from Gordon’s, or have already hit the holy trio (Bombay Sapphire, Hendrick’s, Beefeater) and are looking for smaller, craft fare, they know the gins you need to start sipping, and why they’re worth trying.

(I have also added my own commentary as I fucking love gin, so you’re getting my two cents as well. Gin knowledge is my one life skill. Don’t ruin this for me.)

Here’s what they suggested.

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Sipsmith

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If you’re a gin drinker, you have to try Sipsmith. It played a HUGE role in the current gin renaissance. Back in the 18th century, the Gin Craze created a moral panic, and the government imposed a series of laws to halt gin production in London. These laws remained in place until Sipsmith came along in the 2000s, and got them changed – opening the gates for the first craft gin production in London since 1820.

“Making Sipsmith, I didn’t strive for a crowd pleaser. I made exactly the gin I want to drink. It’s got a creamy English wheat base spirit, soft pine, and sweet citrus of juniper, accented with citrus, dry floral, and warm spice notes. The hint of lemongrass and pepper in the finish are a bonus to me. It’s a gin lover’s gin, from a small copper still and not made as a concentrate (no spirit added after distillation).”

– Jared Brown, master distiller at Sipsmith, the Cotswolds

Notes: dry juniper, lemon tart, and orange marmalade
Perfect serve: a martini

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