Hi there, Good to see you back. Have been wondering about you lately. No we do not have a dog other than our Grand puppy who is turning 5 years! We have her here just now visiting while our kids are off visiting Toronto for a few days. We love having her around. I am still busy at home and going to Tai Chi classes most weeks.Still golfing in between the rain storms. I have been trying to stay ahead of the weeds in both flower beds and veggie garden. Glad to see you back. The new system does take a little getting use to. take care,Erin 708 days ago
Did you know that the best quality eggs are usually those sized Small in stores? The reason for that is because when a hen begins to lay eggs they are small and the eggs get larger as the hen matures.
If you are going to make eggs the centrepiece of your breakfast, consider small or medium eggs. The white will stand nice and high with the yolk on a fresh egg so watch for that as well. When you crack an egg and the white spreads all over the pan, it is usually a better idea to scramble the egg.
When we bring eggs into the house from those first few days of a hen laying there is nothing better for breakfast than a fresh and tender egg.
Whether I am making eggs benedict or soft boiling them or even just simply cracking them into the pan... eggs for breakfast are always a nutritious choice. Check here for all the facts!