Here’s a copy of a post I did for a “dinner pic” Arfcom style. Only I made breakfast tacos, so mine is a breakfast pic. Hope you enjoy, Bill.
Step 1: dice up a yukon gold potato. Boil in water with vinegar/salt for 5 minutes. Just enough to get the insides a little fluffy.
step 2: (also step 0): get out the bacon. I coated this center cut bacon in flour last night and put it in the fridge. I know it sounds crazy, but the flour keeps the bacon from folding up and cooking unevenly on a hot pan.
step 3: lightly beat two eggs, set everything up by your skillet. Instead of a skillet, I'm using a homemade discada, made from a disc off an old plow I used to spend hours dragging through the family farm as a kid. I like to add a little cumin and hot smoked paprika to the potatoes for a little extra flavor. Protection while grilling provided by my VZ 61 Skorpion SBR.
Start with the bacon so we can use the bacon grease for everything else:
Crisp up the potatoes in the bacon grease:
I’m lazy and just roughly cut up the bacon with scissors while the potatoes are crisping without having to go back inside, then throw them back on.
Then dump in the eggs
Take off eggs/bacon/potato mix, throw on the tortillas. I really like the half corn/half flour ones HEB makes that offends purists of both sensibilities.
The Arf dinner pic tradition is a meal, along with a rifle, pistol and a reload for each.
When I did this one I decided to go with my JM stamped Marlin 1894c in .357 magnum, and a S&W Model 66-8 (their new 2.75” K frame in .347 with a full length ejector), along with a Blackjack Model 5 knife. And Dr Pepper to drink, of course.