Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Cooking: Scrambled Eggs


It's one of the first things I teach my kids to cook.  Eggs used to have a bad rap, but now we know that eggs are good for you! Our hens lay beautiful eggs with rich yolks full of healthy Omega-3s.



Tim has an afternoon inspection today, so I took the opportunity to cook for him.

 Eggs from our hens 

 A bit of cream.  Read here if you are interested in what creamline milk is.

I added some ham that I cooked for dinner last night.

 I added a bit of cheddar cheese, sea salt and fresh cracked pepper.



I made enough for the family, naturally, and with a downpour outside, its a nice way to start the day.


10 comments:

  1. Scrambled eggs with cheese (and sometimes some sauteed veggies) is a go-to quick dinner for us. Quick and easy, healthy and yummy...all the right ingredients!!

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  2. Looks good! I have never seen cream line milk, what is it?

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  3. We often have eggs for breakfast in a variety of ways. But always scrambled on Sundays! Yes and a little cheese added. Such a versatile food.

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  4. Yum! I need to get me some farm-fresh eggs!

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  5. I love eggs and my hubby and I love scrambling them with cheese too...sometimes we add ham, sausage crumbles or even bologna! There is nothing like having breakfast for dinner either. Eggs is my go-to breakfast. The only thing that would make mine better is having some yummy fresh (and colorful) eggs such as yours!

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  6. **nothing** like gorgeous eggs, real milk, and ham, to make a breakfast beautiful. mmm

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  7. I love cream line milk from Maplehofe. :-)

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  8. We have a big snowstorm raging outside. That looks like warm and filling food!

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  9. It's about time people realize that eggs are good food. ha! We have eight hens who provide us with enough eggs for cooking different recipes. We had fresh asparagus in a frittata yesterday. I'm curious about your remark about the "inspection". Home inspector? First time reading your blog...need to start at the beginning... xo

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