“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:
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7 Replies to “Fried Ham and Egg Goodness”
Do you use whole-grain pasta? We love it!
haha, I just bought some at the store! I decided on the Barilla whole grain over the Kroger 100% whole wheat even though it was about $.20 cheaper. I had hoped I could make my own whole grain but nevermind! I’m hoping I can get used to the taste so I can reap all the nutritional benefits that come from whole grain vs. the ‘raped’ and bleached white floured items as much as I can….
We are completely on whole wheat pasta at our house. It took a little bit to get used to but after having a couple servings of the “raped” stuff, I actually think the wheat has more flavor!
Hey Margaret! That’s good to know. I tried it the other night and I could tell we all didn’t quite like it but no one said anything so maybe we’ll get used to it.
It does take a bit of adjusting, but we’ve come to prefer the wheat pasta also, as well as brown rice vs. white, and we use mainly whole wheat/whole grain tortillas, except for the really big ones which we still buy in white. The health benefits are just so great with whole grains.
yeah I think white rice is like eating nothing now. I’ve tried whole wheat tortillas but they don’t seem to hold as well.
You’d be surprised. They have come a long way in the past several years. They do have an eensy bit of trans-fat in them, as they don’t use lard (grrr), but they work pretty good. We get Mama Lupe’s 100% whole wheat from Dillons.