Breakfast Burrito With Eggs, Sausages, Bell Peppers, Onions, Cheese, and Salsa

This is my take on a breakfast burrito with scrambled eggs, breakfast sausages, chopped and stir-fried bell peppers and onions, melted Mexican 4-cheese blend, and medium-hot salsa.

I cracked 5 eggs and poured them into a bowl.

I beat the eggs with a whisk until the egg white was evenly mixed with the yolk. If the eggs are not evenly mixed, the scrambled eggs will be spotted with egg whites.

I added milk to the egg mix and cooked the scrambled eggs by stirring the cooked parts towards the center repeatedly on medium-low heat.

I added parsley flakes as I was cooking the scrambled eggs. You can add any variety of your choice seasoning at this point.

I cooked 4 breakfast sausage patties on medium-low heat. You can use any choice meats, such as small pieces or strips of chicken for example.

I cut the sausage patties into small pieces using a spatula and a wooden spoon.

I stir-fried onions and green, yellow, and red bell peppers in a small pan on medium-low heat.

I put a small amount of olive oil in a small pan, on low heat, and covered a Mexican soft flower tortilla with the olive oil on both sides. I put the Mexican 4-cheese blend on one side and scrambled eggs, breakfast sausage pieces, and stir-fried bell peppers and onions on the other half.

I let the shredded cheese melt just a little bit.

I prefer to have the salsa on the side so that I can add to the breakfast burrito as I eat it. This way I won't add too much salsa to overwhelm the flavors of the breakfast burrito.

I kept the extra portions in case I want to cook another tortilla or save them for the next day.

This is a very delicious breakfast. In hindsight, I would have put less ingredient portions into each burrito to make it easier to fold the burrito.

Mashed Potatoes with Gravy

This is my second time cooking a meal with mashed potatoes and gravy. It's a delicious and quick meal to prepare. I had mashed potatoes with brown gravy, spinach, and baked chicken thighs.

First, I cleaned the potatoes with something abrasive.

I prefer to peel the potatoes, so I peeled the potatoes and placed them in a bowl of cold water to remove some of the starch.

I chopped the potatoes into small pieces and placed them into another bowl of cold water to continue removing the starch.

I put the potato pieces into 2 pots filled with cold water and added a pinch of salt into each pot.

I brought the water, with the potato pieces, to boil until the potatoes were soft enough to easily cut in half.

I drained the water from the potatoes.

I mashed the potatoes until the mix was smooth.

I melted some butter and mixed it with the mashed potatoes.

I added warm milk and mixed it into the mashed potatoes.

I mixed the mashed potatoes until there are no lumps, while adding salt in the process. I didn't add any extra seasoning, since I was going to add brown gravy, but feel free to add any seasoning you want at this point.

I brought a cup of water, along with gravy mix, to boil and stirred it occasionally to keep lumps from forming. Then, let the gravy simmer and continue to stir it.

I boiled some spinach with a little bit of water, olive oil, some garlic powder, and a pinch of salt.

I baked some chicken thighs with Italian dressing and hot sauce.

I put everything together onto a plate and poured some gravy over the mashed potatoes.

Cooking mashed potatoes is a simple but delicious recipe.

Google Earth Studio Early Access

I've been invited by Google to the Google Earth Studio early access.

Google Earth Studio is a web-based animation tool for Google Earth imagery. It allows users to create and render videos using Google Earth.

I'll be using Google Earth Studio, through Heaven's Disciples Labs, to see how it can be used for world building, starting with its use in studying geography, topography, and city planning.

The image below is of downtown Cleveland, Ohio, that I captured from Google Earth Studio.

I'm going to create videos of cityscapes for inspiration in modeling 3D buildings and cities for my video game development.