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Started Oct 3, 2011
Tag Archives: eggs
Quickest Egg 1. Find an appropriate utensil (a chopstick is good)2. Poke hole through top of eggshell.3. Start drinking egg. Poking a second hole in bottom of egg when tilted makes for easier drinking. There you have it! No dishes, pans or spatulas to clean. Instant Protein! Some kids take eggs like this to school … Read the Rest
Spice Eggnog Ingredients:– 2 cups real creamy milk– 4 eggs– Dashes of fresh ground spices: Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Cloves– A spoonful of honey– Optional: a spoon of homemade kefir or yoghurt. Either mix with hand whisk or make extra smooth in blender. Once, I added a spoonful of kefir to the eggnog in a bottle and … Read the Rest
“Pumpkin” Pudding Ingredients:– Pumpkin, Butternut Squash, or Sweet Potato (I’ve actually only used Sweet Potatoes as yet)– Eggs– Spices: Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Cloves (all ground)– Optional additions: Cream or Butter, Honey, Walnuts Take Pumpkin, Squash, or Sweet Potato and slice and steam or bake whole until soft.Mash in bowl, or if you want a smoother pudding … Read the Rest
Green Eggs Ingredients:– However many eggs you want– More spinach than you think (You could also try other thin leafy greens like swiss chard)– Pinch of minerals (himalayan salt)– Add your favorite fresh herb or spice– Cheese is good. Mix eggs, spinach and salt/herbs/spices smooth in blender. Experiment with consistency. I found I could add … Read the Rest
(by Helen Dickey—we like this cold or hot) crust:Make a rather dry crust out of Hodgson Mills buckwheat flour plus shredded coconut plus Spectrum organic palm oil shortening and a little water and pat into a greased glass pie dish. I don’t measure, but I think it is about 1/2 cup flour, 1/2 cup coconut, … Read the Rest
(I changed a recipe from an egg and breakfast place at Rohoboth Beach but the principles are the same—Helen Dickey) Fry vegetables in butter or oil (onions, green or red pepper…)Pour whisked egg mixture* on topput the pan in the hot oven uncovered till set. * egg mixture:4 eggsone large way-over-full Tablespoon of Daisy regular … Read the Rest
Beet Pancakes by Helen Dickey 1 cup Hodgson Mills buckwheat flour1 cup water (you may soak these two ahead of time if you want to)1 and 1/2 cups grated beets2/3 cup coconut (shredded, unsweetened and unsulphered)2 Polyface med eggs Mix and fry in oil or shortening. You may need to add a little more water … Read the Rest
4 tsp. unsalted butter, melted 2 cups fresh spinach, large stems removed 4 large Polyface eggs 1/4 cup cream 1/4 cup finely shredded Parmesan cheese Add 1 tsp. melted butter to the bottom of each of 4 wide-mouth canning jars or custard cups. Add ½ cup spinach to each jar, pressing down lightly. Make an … Read the Rest
Adapted from a recipe used at the Inn at Woodhaven (Louisville, KY) 1 large russet potato Salt and pepper to taste 1 1/2 cups sharp Cheddar cheese* 1 1/2 cups mozzarella cheese* 1 pound Polyface breakfast sausage, browned 4 large or 5 to 6 medium Polyface eggs 1 cup half and half* Dash cayenne pepper … Read the Rest