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  1. Creative Cooking
    so glad i am back so i can share some of my new favorite recipes. I have been doing ww, and it is doing great.. but i still crave those foods that i am guessing helped me to become heavy.. you think..lol so this is easy, easy.. baked egg rolls what you need, soy sauce ginger garlic bag of...
  2. Just Tips
    Here is information on how to date the freshness of your eggs... Budget101.com - - Egg Freshness- How old is it? | How to tell how
  3. Make It Yourself
    First of all I hope you can see my attachment its my first time trying to upload one I made this decoration for my front door.. it only cost me 5 dollars I had the eggs left over from Easter I bought a straw wreath at Michaels for 2.99 and I bought that weird shiny gift filler that I used...
  4. Meal planning
    Eggs are fairly cheap here. So it is a cheap protein source. I'm looking for more ways to serve them as a meal. Here is what we already do omelets french toast toad in a hole (one eyed pirates) scrambled egg over potatoes Skillet egg drop soup fried eggs with sides (like toast or pancakes)...
  5. Question and Answer
    I have always considered being a surrogate mom. Not just for the money involved, but for the opportunity to give another family an amazing gift. I have had two wonderful problem-free pregnancies and labors, and I would do it over and over and over again. Recently our financial struggles have...
  6. Easter
    Dont know If I can say that but though it would be fun. we could send what ever kind of easter eggs we can, Tell me what yall think.. I would not take alot of money to do and woud be fun...
  7. Kitchen Basics
    I'm trying to use extra egg nog before it goes off, and I was wondering if anyone has used it in cooking before. I know it could be used in baking but I was wondering about cream soups, maybe the spices would add a bit of kick (I'm talking about egg nog before the run is added ;)) Anyone have...
  8. Homesteading and gardening
    Woohoo, we got our first egg! Kind of small. Which chicken lays a blue-green egg?
  9. General Chat
    Went back to try to find the orginal thread so as not to start a new one and to check if this website had already been posted....couldn't find it ...know it's not that far back..overlooking it somehow Any hoo...just found this website and it's easy to check your eggs...just mix and match...
  10. OAMC, Homecanning, Freezing, and Preserving
    My dh wants to stop his everyday doughnut pit stop addiction. He wants something like an egg muffin with bacon and not sausage to grab from the freezer in the morning and eat at work. I've never made these before for the freezer. So cook the biscuits and slice, scramble eggs and cook bacon...
  11. Thrifty meals
    Good Ramen Recipe DescriptionAdding veggies and eggs to ramen makes it so much better. Preparation Steps:Dice veggies. Level of Difficulty:Easy Time Needed: Ingredients:cooking spray 1/8 cup diced onion 1/8 cup diced tomato 1/8 cup sliced halapeno dash pepper...
  12. Kitchen Basics
    After doing a bunch of baking near the end of May...I am left with a bowl of about 4-5 egg yolks. (Should I just scramble them up with one or two reg eggs and make an omelet? A lemon cream something? Custard?) What can I make with them aside from Hallandaise sauce or freezing them for later...
  13. Kitchen Basics
    I personally can't stand the suckers but dh likes them. I found another bag in the pantry. I've used them for tuna noodle casserole or chicken noodle soup for dh. What else? :)
  14. Question and Answer
    I was wondering if anyone had idea about what I could do with extra egg yolks? I often use the white (coating on breads/angel food cakes) and am left with the yolks. Health-wise I should just toss them, but I can't bring myself to just waste them. Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm open to...
  15. Kitchen Basics
    and please don't say "omelettes". :yucky: I made lemon curd and I have 5 egg whites in the fridge. With the price of eggs lately I hate to throw them out.
  16. Kitchen Clones
    Panera Bread's Spinach Artichoke Baked Egg Souffle This recipe clones the spinach artichoke souffle, but if you're a fan of the spinach and bacon version, check out the Tidbits below for that easy variation. Encased in buttery crescent dough is this version of the egg, cheese, spinach and...
  17. Kitchen Basics
    Anybody have a tried and true recipe for me? :wave2:
  18. Kitchen Basics
    I plan on making lasagna tonight but I've got a question. I've been reading recipes all over the internet that say to add egg to the ricotta cheese as a binder. I've never done it before and I don't know how much egg to use. I'm only cooking for myself and my boyfriend and we usually use an 8x8...
  19. Freebies
    Free BOGO Coupon For A Dozen Eggs To Celebrate World Egg Day! Take The Pledge Join America’s egg farmers in a commitment to living more healthfully and giving back to the community. For every pledge made, we will donate one egg to Feeding America – up to one million eggs! That’s in addition...
  20. Frugal Canadians
    Someone just sent this to me via email. Effective Sept 9 - Oct 4 2009 - buy one get one free. To those that eat this - enjoy! :) http://www.eggs.ca/ContestsPromos/McDonaldsoffer_print.aspx
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