the humble egg is a nutritional powerhouse.
a few years ago, i took a wellness coaching course with canfitpro, and during the nutrition portion, we learned that an egg is rated 100; other food sources are compared to the egg in order to determine just how good they are for us. [sorry, but googling is not pulling up more details, and my memory is fuzzy]. if you click here, you can find all the wonderful benefits of including eggs in your diet.
i have eggs in my fridge 90% of the time:
this weekend, we celebrate easter – are you decorating eggs? last year, i decorated a dozen. they looked pretty.
mom has a lovely easter bowl on display, right now:
if you are a vegetarian and you consume eggs, you can call yourself an ovo-vegetarian.
i grew up thinking of eggs as a supper food, not a breakfast food. we did not cook eggs for breakfast, ever, and if we were in a restaurant, i always went the pancake or french toast route. eggs in the morning sounded eggs-cruiatingly yucky.
and thus we now have on record the least egg-citing post ever in the history of the kiki blog.
the most mundane egg question i can think of:
how do you like to eat your eggs? my go-to prep method is scrambled in the microwave because
that, to me, is cooking it is quick, easy and tasty to do so. i love mom’s homemade version of egg mcmuffins, and she also poaches a perfect egg.
sidenote: this is also, i do believe, the first post ever in which not one eggs-clamation point appears. do you know how tricky that was to do??? [<– like, add in RIGHT HERE].