In the Spring the chickens really start laying and we always have an abundance of eggs. It can get overwhelming till I make myself start using them more.
Here are the ways I've used the many of the eggs this week:
Egg salad sandwiches
Angel Food Cake
I gave two dozen to the neighbors.
How's it going in your neck of the woods?
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I love pickled eggs. Okay, I just plain love eggs. I get it honest. My daddy was manager of a hatchery and we got all the free eggs we could eat. My mother always made her own pickling liquid. She would fix a gallon jar or two of pickled eggs for the hatchery's Christmas party and there were never any to bring home. Love pickled bologna too. I've got a really good recipe for making my own. It is in a cookbook I got in Frankenmuth at the historical museum. Ann
Well, now you know Ann, I'll be wanting to go the historical
Museum, which I've never stepped in before, to see if they still have that cookbook so I can make my own pickled bologna. For real!
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