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Julia Phillips ENG-101-111 Huttner Process Analysis How to Prepare a Christmas Morning Breakfast Casserole The process of preparing for Christmas morning begins with prepping the traditional Christmas Breakfast Casserole. Step one is to open the lower kitchen cabinet next to the stove to remove the 11 x 9 glass baking dish and a large mixing bowl. Place the casserole dish and bowl onto the counter, being careful to set them well back from the edge. Retrieve the metal cheese grater from the upper cabinet and take out a medium sized skillet and place it on the stovetop. You will also need salt, pepper, and olive oil cooking spray to use later in the process; best to have them out now before they are forgotten. Now go to the refrigerator and remove the 1 pound package of morning star vegetarian sausage that was purchased from ShopRite online shopping. Then remove the one pound bag of frozen shredded hash browns from the freezer; so you can allow it to begin to thaw out. Now take a sharp knife from the silverware drawer. Slice the plastic wrapping secured around the vegetarian sausage tube by puncturing the plastic with the tip of the knife and plunging the knife in about a 1/8 of an inch into the package towards one of the ends of the tube. Then, while holding the knife’s handle, slide the blade lengthways down the tubes to the opposite end. At this point you will need to squeeze the vegetarian sausage from the tube over the pan you set on the stove earlier on.
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  • Fall '15
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