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Pork ,Roasted vegetables and Basil

Yesterday, at 500 F I roasted Fresh tomato ends, Bell peppers and the center of Purple onions in preparation for tonight's meal. I did not know until I arrived home what the meat or protein would be. I asked My Wife "What's your pleasure, Pork, Chicken, or omelet". I forgot I made a quick Omelet before leaving for work this morning. So My Wife picked pork cutlets.

I began by pre-heating the oven to 400 F. I placed large round biscuits on a baking pan with a teaspoon of Blue Agave and shredded Colby cheese on top and began baking for fifteen minutes. 

I then took a slab of frozen Maple bacon and cross cut small pieces adding them into a pre-heated saute pan. When the fat started to render I added sliced Bell peppers and sliced Purple onions to the deliciously smelling pan. When the vegetables were cooked I finished with Balsamic vinegar and added the Pork cutlets browning on both sides.

  In a casserole dish I chopped up leftover cooked Fresh potatoes added a small amount of roasted vegetables and placed them in the oven. The remaining roasted vegetables  were added to a food processor and blended with Market Fresh Basil.

And know to finish my creation I selected another casserole pan placed some of the blended vegetables and basil on the bottom. Put the browned pork cutlets on top added the sauteed sliced vegetables and bacon. Then smothered everything with the rest of the blended vegetables. Pulled out the biscuits. Set the timer for 20 minutes and went to share my day with My Wife.

I made Pork biscuit sandwiches for myself with a side of twice baked potatoes. My Wife's plate was set up correctly with the Pork , Potatoes, and Biscuits all in their proper place. I gave My Wife too many pieces of Pork and not enough of the Sweet cheesy biscuits. After I switched out the meat for another biscuits I received a thumbs-up.

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