Friday, June 22, 2012
My Alphabe-Thursday (on Friday) -- "E" -- Eggs Again
You can check out more Alphabe-Thursday 'E' assignments with Miss Jenny at the head of the class. You can find Jenny's Alphabe-Thursday here. You might even like to join us as we go through the alphabet, one letter per week.
My son takes all the yellows, puts them in a plastic bag with the rest of the ingredients, squishes them around until everything is mixed together, then he cuts a little hole in one corner of the bag and pipes the mixture into the whites. Sprinkle on a little paprika, and you're done!!
In the last several years, I have become horribly ill from eggs. In one incident, I was carted off to the ER in an ambulance, and the EMT kept saying, "God! I wish I could get a pulse!" Still, there are times when I am sooooo tempted!
I should have read this a couple of days ago hen I had problems peeling one of my eggs for breakfast. I think most of the egg came off in the shell...I was not amused!
Good tip that I'll relay to my wife. Thanks for sharing.
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And I love devilled eggs!
Thanks for another eggsellent link for the letter "E".
This afternoon I went into the kitchen and found the egg carton sitting on the stove. I thought hubby had left them out after breakfast. When I went to put them away I notice they were still cold. That turned on my old light bulb in my head. I opened the microwave to find our fantastic egg cooker in there. I then knew hubby wanted a chef salad for dinner. But the cooker only holds four eggs. Not enough for all of us. So I refilled the cooker and placed it in the microwave and went back to my computer. A short time later I heard this loud bang and went running to the kitchen. When I opened the microwave the eggs had all exploded and what a mess was inside. Seems hubby only half filled the water in the cooker and I failed to double check it. The cooker went dry, the eggs exploded. After cleaning up the mess I had to make a run to the store for more eggs.
they are always warm and co-operative. I must try devilled eggs. Cheers, Merle.
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