I know a lot about eggs. My grandparents raised chickens (so does my sister) and my mother told me once she had a pet chicken who was born with no feathers. They had to keep her inside for fear she'd freeze when the temperatures were low. I think she called her Inky Dink, but I'll have to defer to my sister to correct me if that's wrong. I buy about 3 dozen eggs a week to bake with or to eat and although my lovely daughter, Erin would like me to bake Vegan, I just can't bring myself to do without eggs and butter...sorry sweetie.
One of my favorite Sunday brunch recipe is quiche. Last week I made them individual so I could freeze some for later.
|These papers can be purchased through Sur La Table|
|I cooked some veggie sausage, then mixed up eggs and half & half to pour over them|
|I baked the individual quiches in a 375F-degree oven for 18-20 minutes|
|Some roasted red potatoes and cheesy biscuits make a wonderful breakfast for these cold mornings.|