Fried Ham and Egg Goodness

Uncategorized / Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

“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!

7 Replies to “Fried Ham and Egg Goodness”

  1. 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….

  2. 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!

    1. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

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