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Larry (Jenolan) Lewis

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Jenolan Caves

This is not Jenolan Caves, we use the Jenolan name because we love the Jenolan, Abercrombie, Wombeyan, & Yarrangobilly caves.

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    •  Jenolan

      There is a new scam method being followed, quite often now when you do something like insurance, energy plan, etc on the telephone they waffle out a bunch of conditions and want you to respond "Yes" if you have done one of these lately you probably know what I am talking about. Anyway, the scam, someone rings you up, when you answer they are "Can you hear me?" the normal response, if you can, would be to say "Yes?!" what then has happened is that they have recorded you agreeing and they use this as proof that you have committed to a purchase, change energy/phone providors, change a plan or whatever.

      So now we have to be careful saying "Yes" on the phone to avoid being the target of fraud (sigh). If someone rings you that you do not know avoid say 'Yes" or any other agreement word as you could then be hassled trying to undo whatever they were trying to trap you with.

      Article on The Telegraph (UK)



    •  Jenolan
      • 4 large eggs, whole
      • 2 large eggs, lightly beaten
      • 1 cup unbleached all-purpose flour
      • 1 cups panko breadcrumbs
      • Kosher salt and freshly cracked black pepper
      • 7 to 8 cups vegetable oil
      • 1 large heirloom tomato, cut into 4 thick slices
      1. Prepare a bowl with ice and water. Line a sheet pan with paper towels.
      2. In a 5-quart pot, bring 6 cups water to a boil over moderately-high heat. After the water has reached a boil, turn off the heat. Crack each egg into a ramekin and quickly add to the water. Once you have added all the eggs, cover the pot and set aside for 3 minutes.
      3. Using a slotted spoon, very carefully lift the eggs out of the water and directly into the bowl of ice water to stop the cooking. Remove from the ice water and place on the prepared sheet pan.
      4. Spread the flour on a plate and put the beaten eggs in a shallow bowl. In another shallow bowl, stir the panko with salt and pepper.
      5. Carefully dust 1 poached egg in the flour, dusting off any excess. Transfer the poached egg to the beaten eggs, and then transfer with a slotted spoon to the panko. Coat with the panko and carefully place on a plate. Repeat with the remaining eggs.
      6. Heat the oil in a heavy saucepan over high heat until a candy thermometer registers 350 degrees F. Using a slotted spoon, place 1 panko-coated egg into the oil and fry until golden brown, 10 to 15 seconds. Transfer the fried egg to paper towels to drain. Repeat with the remaining eggs.
      7. Season the tomato with salt and pepper. Place 1 tomato slice on each plate and top each slice with an egg.
      8. BYOC: Try this in early spring over some steamed asparagus. You can always add some fresh spinach to this for a crunch. Add the whole thing over a nice thick piece of crusty bread or English muffin for a fun brunch item.
      9. Recipe courtesy of Claire Robinson, 2010
  • 2016-11-17
    Helen's Tractor


    •  Jenolan

      Had to buy  a new post hole digger and mower for my tractor, Helen decided she needed her own so I bought her a ride on mower ;-)

  • 2016-11-03
    37th Anniversary


    •  Jenolan

      Married for 37 years today, where did the time go?

      Bought Helen this, late I know jade is for the 35th

      Bought Helen this, late I know jade is for the 35th