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Bacon-Wrapped Eggs Savory breakfast bites recipe

purewow_bacon_wrapped_eggs_11Breakfast would be infinitely better if every bite of eggs included bacon.
Well, ladies, let’s make that dream a reality with this recipe for
bacon-wrapped eggs. Simply line a muffin
tin with bacon, add an egg to
each cup and bake. These bites couldn’t be easier–or look more impressive.
Just be sure to serve them with a side
of home fries.

 

 



Makes 4 servings (8 baked eggs)

Start to Finish: 45 minutes

INGREDIENTS


16 bacon strips

8
eggs


Salt and freshly ground black pepper

DIRECTIONS

1. Preheat the oven to 400°F. Line a baking sheet with
aluminum foil, then arrange the bacon on it.

2. Bake the bacon until the fat has begun to render and the
strips are partially cooked. Cool until it’s cool enough to
touch.

3. In the muffin tin, line the perimeter of one cup with 2
bacon strips. Repeat with the remaining strips of bacon
until you have prepared eight cups.

4. Crack an egg into each bacon-lined cup. Season with salt
and pepper. Place the muffin tin in the oven and bake until
the egg whites are set and the yolks are still jiggly, 10 to
12 minutes. The bacon should be very crispy.

5. Run a paring knife around the edge of each bacon cup to
help release it from the pan. Serve warm.

Sub Zero Refrigerator Erorr Code 50 Sub Zero Refrigerator Repair

IMG_1884Some Sub Zero refrigerators have electronic control boards, actually most modern Sub Zero refrigerators do. The control board on the refrigerator does a lot. The control board tells the compressor when to come on, sends voltage to the lights fans, so on and so forth. If the refrigerator has an internal problem, Sub Zero has the logic in the board programmed to display an error code in the digital read out. One of the more common Sub Zero refrigerator code is error code 50. The code 50 means excessive compressor run time, more often than not resulting from a leaking evaporator. Unlike most residential refrigerators, Sub Zero uses two compressor and two evaporators. This means that if one side stops cooling it wont affect the other side (refrigerator side and freezer side).

The first thing that needs to be done is to examine the evaporator itself. The back panel needs to be removed to have a look at the coils. The coils should have 1/16 frost from top to bottom. In most cases with this error code, the evaporator will only have frost in the upper left corner, this means you have a freon leak.

sub zero refrigerator dirty condenser

 

Finding the coils with a full frost pattern would indicate a dirty condenser or failed condenser fan motor. Several other things can cause this issue and tests would need to be made to determine the exact failure. If needed, we would be happy to assist you.   Sub Zero refrigerators can be simple to work on; we know these units well and can answer or review any question you have

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