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|Start by bringing the chicken stock to a simmer in a sauce pan, cover and let sit on simmer until needed. In a separate medium pan over medium heat melt 2 tablespoons of butter.|
|Add in the onion and stir until soft, but do not brown. Then add the rice, stirring constantly, and toast but not brown. Then add white wine, and let almost completely evaporate.|
|Once the wine is almost evaporated, add 1/2 cup of chicken stock at a time, stirring constantly. Let each cup absorb into the rice before adding the next.|
|As the stock absorbs the rice will start to release its starches and get creamy! After the last of the stock has been added and absorbed, add in your vegetables that you have cooked separately, the Parmesan cheese, and last tablespoon of butter.|
|The End Result!|
|The end result. YUM.|
|In a pie plate, or shallow pan of some sort, crack the eggs, and Half & Half and vanilla. Whisk until combined.|
|In a sauce pan stir together berries and sugar and let sit on low heat, stirring occasionally. This will be a heavenly topping! And the berries do all the work for you!|
|Dip each slice of bread in the egg mixture - letting it soak it just a bit on each side.|
|Place each slice on a heated and lightly buttered pan or electric skillet. About 2-3 minutes per side until golden brown.|
"Cooking is like love. It should be done with abandon or not at all."Breaking bread with others is an instant ice breaker. And those we share a meal with typically soon become friends - if they aren't already. Food has always been the main event of any party, or week day really, of my entire life. My family is obsessed with food, good food. I don't know how a person could grow up in this kind of environment without cultivating some sense of respect and love for food and those who prepare it.