Saturday, 28 November 2009

Grateful egg

Thanksgiving is my all-time favorite holiday. Dinner was late this year, but it was triumphant. This is what I ate for breakfast this morning:

Stuffing, sweet potato mash, mashed potatoes, brussels sprouts, roast parsnips, and broccoli to start.

Topped with cold turkey and cranberry sauce.

Alternate view.

Topped with an egg.

Oh man, this is heavenly. Beats the pants off full English any day.

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Thursday, 19 November 2009

Dip or salad? Part I

You may recall that 34 eggs were used in the process of making Julie’s birthday feast. Fifteen were deviled – many of the rest made their way into this bucket. But was it a dip or a salad? We don’t know. All I know is that I’ve never before had a “salad” that tasted like a Big Mac.

Dip or salad? Part II

The lettuce acts as sneaky camouflage. Also involved: bacon, mayonnaise, sugar. This blog is not intended to be a gross-out blog. I leave that to sites like this. But sometimes eggs get put in things and I eat them and I have to share it. Thank you, Glen. I think.

Sunday, 15 November 2009

Teaser eggs

Just to give you a taste of what’s been going on these past few days:

Fifteen deviled eggs makes 30 halves. Another 19 eggs were used in the course of Julie’s birthday feast.


Sunday, 1 November 2009

Polenta Egg

Never had this before: grilled polenta with a kind of ratatouille and steamed broccoli.

I love the way the broccoli looks.

And the rest of it. Mmm!

Yep, it’s an egg.

A kind of a coy egg. But at least it’s not weird.

Apologies for the delays in posting recently. I have some more lined up for the moment, but do please continue to send any of your eggs in.