Deviled-Egg Salad Sandwich
Eggs (1 per adult or older kid is usually what I do and 1 per 2 small children)
Salt and Pepper
1. Boil eggs and peal them after they cool
2. Run eggs through a food chopper or just crumble them by hand or with a fork
3. In a small bowl, mix the crumbled eggs with desired amounts of mayo, mustard, paprika, salt, and pepper.
4. Serve with your choice of bread and enjoy!
I also finally updated my Food and Recipes pages!
Have a Tasty Tuesday!
1. Went with daughter on a field trip to the nature center.
2. Steamed 5 of my husband’s work shirts.
3. Potted flowers in the front and back yard!
Read about other mom’s small triumphs!
I love books and love sharing and discussing them with others. i’m not sure if I would rather find good food or a really mind-provoking book if I were stuck on an island. I added an amazon bookshelf on my sidebar From time to time I hope to share reviews or excerpts from my favorites. If I so inspire you to purchase a copy of your own, and if you click on the links I provide or the pic in the bookshelf, I may get a referral cut. I’m not trying to make money off any one (lesson learned already on that account) but if you’re going to buy a certain book anyway, just keep this in mind.
“I love eggs, from my head down to my toes, oh you gotta love em, the incredible edible egg!”
I’m so glad I know that eggs are actually good for me. Especially when they come from hens who get it all the gooey worms and little critters they can peck from their non-concrete surroundings.
I also really like bread and have taken more of a fancy to ham as my gallbladder issues have sort of calmed down. For some reason I didn’t think of putting them together until my good friend and extremely talented photographer posted this mouth-salivating picture on his photo journal.
He told me I could share it but I’m going to make you go to his blog to see the picture and then you can get lost in his breathtaking world of photographic magic.
I was hoping to post about the home-made pasta I made today but well let’s just say pasta is one thing that makes me very thankful I live close to the grocery store!
Speaking of food and great photography:
Check out what City Wife and other moms are cooking up for Tasty Tuesday!
I have been less than creative with my meals lately. Did I even eat today? So for this Tasty Tuesday I’m going to give you my homemade mayo recipe. Did I already do this? I know it is in my recipes but can’t remember if I actually made a post about it yet.
I love mayo
I use mayo
chicken salad,poppy seed dressing, delightful sandwich spread
My kids love mayo
Alright if you stuck with me through that here is the recipe
Mayonnaise in Cuisinart Processor
1/3 cup oil (I used safflower oil)
2 Tb Vinegar (white preferred)
1 tsp Sugar
½ tsp dry mustard (optional)
½ tsp Salt
Put all ingredients in food processor and mix well. Then as the processor is still on, slowly pour in 2/3 cup more of oil.
Makes around 1 cup of mayo
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Welcome! Ive moved once more. Thanks for following me in my geekiness
I’m still working on importing from my wordpress.com blog. You can read all those posts still at that site. I hope you will update your subscriptions to this blog and follow me along here!
1. Ran a mile without stopping!
2. Vacuumed the whole upstairs and kitchen!
3. Successfully remembered how to carry a baby on my back in my Beco!
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