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Monday, August 8

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counting one egg for every chicken...whew, no roosters here!

(By the way, eggs are adding up, any good recipes to share?!)

8 comments:

  1. That is exciting about your eggs! Here are links to some of my favorite recipes(to use those eggs in!:)
    http://livingsoabundantly.blogspot.com/2009/04/banana-bread.html

    http://livingsoabundantly.blogspot.com/2009/04/fudge-brownies.html

    http://livingsoabundantly.blogspot.com/2010/11/cinnamon-rolls.html

    My friend's recipe from Martha Stewart: http://georgiascookiejar.blogspot.com/2011/07/zesty-lemon-bars.html

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  2. I have a great egg bake recipe on my blog...my kids love it!

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  3. Here's a great link with over 100 egg recipes (and not just different versions of scrambled eggs either!)

    http://www.endlesssimmer.com/2009/04/16/100-ways-to-crack-an-egg/

    My favorite new thing w/eggs is baked eggs in ramikins. We've been eating that for breakfast as my dh told me he was tired of green smoothies. Humph, how can you get tired of green smoothies? LOL

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  4. So egg-citing! : )

    And I secretly want a rooster!

    ~Andrea

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  5. I make individual souffles in ramekins. Usually 4 individual ones at a time. They reheat wonderfully the next day - aluminum foil over the top, reheat in a slow oven for 20-30 mins. Deelish!

    Check out the Community Chickens website - I remember someone did a post once about all the ways to use up eggs!

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  6. Thanks ladies, what terrific ideas for sites to visit. The "usual" recipes are a getting a bit old! -Mary

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  7. Oh my - you need a rooster - at least one. I have three that I'd love to put in a box and ship to you - overnight even. : -)

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  8. You know, truth be known, I wouldn't mind some good, old-fashioned, early-morning crowing! -Mary

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