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Well, you could make your own onion powder. It isn't that difficult. Peel and finely chop your onions. Then, spread the onion pieces out on a tray and heat in a 150°F degree oven or in a food dehydrator until dry. Tip: The onions are dry when you can easily crumble the chopped pieces in your hand. Allow the onions to cool. Then, ...


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It means vanilla extract. Whether it's correct or not is hard to say. It does sound like a lot for something with those quantities, so it's possible they meant to say a teaspoon, which is a pretty common amount, resulting in a subtle but noticeable flavor in a batch of chocolate chip cookies, for example. Or it's possible they just wanted whatever it is ...


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I have no clue what a "bacon roll" is... and if I had to imagine what it is, it would not be what you got. My mental image was a "sausage roll" but with bacon. A sausage roll is like a pinwheel or "cinnamon roll" but with savory biscuit dough (American biscuit) and ground sausage meat: (Image from here) So, a "bacon roll" in my head is the same thing ...


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As per @Joes comment, the "roll" was most likely referring to an omelette. If you perform a Google search for rolled eggs and look at the images, you will see rolled omelettes. Apparently, this diner used the term "roll" as such. Here is one image of rolled eggs: The side dish you had was most likely a regional version of home fries: What you ...


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What was the name of the place you went so I can avoid ever going there? ;-) The food you described is NOT normal for any decent NY diner. It isn't even normal for Denny's (which is a chain-restaurant approximation of a diner). I really do think what you were served as a side was a very poor specimen of home fries. Home fries are a common side for any egg ...


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American cheese isn't real cheese, but a processed cheese product made partially from cheese, but with loads of extra stuff added in to make it pliable and melt easily. The "American Cheese" you see in the ingredients is the real cheese part of it, although the American part of it is probably for marketing purposes. It's not a substitute for cheddar or ...



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