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Plain & Simple

February 21, 2008

Coming from Holland, I am accustomed to eating eggs for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Or, if not eggs, the basic cheese & bread combo. However, I have to admit that my egg consumption is rather boring. I like my eggs scrambled and usually, the plainer the better.  Sure, I like the occassional journey of herb or vegetable ingredients into my egg dishes, maybe some chives, but sadly, there are days that I just want eggs…. plain and simple.

This weekend I am assigning myself the pleasure (or task, depending on how it goes!) of making an egg dish that works for a Sunday breakfast. Should you stumble across this blog (does one stumble across a blog??) and have a great egg dish stashed somewhere, please share it & I will attempt to make it. If I can make it ahead, even better!!


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2 Comments leave one →
  1. treatster permalink
    February 27, 2008 10:11 PM

    this is your first comment! It’s from Charlene! You should make matzo brei..something I learned about in California.
    Charlene’s matzo brei
    you will need:
    matzo crackers
    3 eggs
    1/2 c. chopped onion
    mozzarella cheese
    sourcream OR applesauce depending on whether you want sweet or savory
    Put a table spoon butter into a frying pan and brown the onions.
    Crack eggs into a bowl and whisk slightly.
    Crack the matzo crackers into fourths (roughly), hold them under warm tap water to moisten, not too soggy though.
    Stir the moistened crackers in with the eggs. Put the mixture into the frying pan awith the onions and stir up until the egg/cracker mixture is just cooked. put some shredded mozzarella on top.
    Serve with either a dollop of sour cream or some applesauce.

  2. March 6, 2008 4:47 PM

    It’s on the agenda!

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