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Saturday, June 19, 2010

Scrambled Eggs (Anita Heap)

1 egg per child; 2 per adult

Touch of water for fluffiness

Grated cheddar cheese

Salt and Pepper

Spray pan with olive oil. Turn on heat to medium.

Beat eggs with fork in a bowl. Add a touch of water. When pan is hot pour in eggs.

Sprinkle lots of cheese over eggs. Add salt and pepper. Scrape bottom of pan over and over while eggs cook. When eggs aren’t runny anymore, serve.

If your kids are brave enough, you can add green food coloring to the eggs and serve them on St. Patrick's Day. Read Dr. Seuss's book "Green Eggs and Ham" ...and don't forget to serve it with bacon!

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