Crab Meat Frittata

This was absolutely delicious!!! Making eggs this way was the best tasting eggs I have ever had. You can make this with imitation Crab Meat or real Crab Meat. What a wonderful meal for breakfast, lunch or supper. This is low in calories but high in flavor. Source: Favorite Band Name Country Christmas   Ingredients   In a large oven […]

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Chesapeake Crab Strata

I had never tasted Chesapeake Crab Strata before. I had a 1# can of crab sitting in my refrigerator just screaming to be used. This is another very easy recipe to prepare and a great dish for the holidays especially if you are having guests. However, I wasn’t sure if it would taste as good as it sounded so I […]

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Honey Custard French Toast

I have never made French Toast with Honey Custard before and it was delicious! This recipe will feed 6 people or you could freeze any leftovers. I could eat this Honey Custard French Toast for any meal, not just breakfast. Source: Favorite Brand Name Country Christmas   Ingredients – Butter for browning too.   In a large bowl whisk the […]

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Baked French Toast Wedges

You will not believe what this is made from! If you love French Toast and bread pudding you will love this recipe, I sure did! It has all the flavor of French Toast and sort of reminds me of bread pudding. Top it off with syrup, powdered sugar or any fruit topping or just eat it plain. Adapted from: Favorite […]

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Open Face Omelette

I was never good at making a traditional omelette so I created this Open Face Omelette. Not only was it very easy but also very good! This is a simple breakfast with scrambled eggs on the bottom, hash browns on the eggs then top it off with cheese….so good! I served this with sausage patties on the side and what […]

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Western Omelette

This Western Omelette is Stuffed full of potatoes, onions, green pepper, bacon and with two kinds of cheese. My husband cooked his potatoes and veggies on the grill before he made this wonderful omelette. (Vegetable link below) This is a great way to use up those leftover potatoes and vegetables from supper last night. You can use any cooked potato […]

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Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict has only four ingredients. Toasted English Muffin, Canadian Bacon and poached eggs all topped with delicious Hollandaise Sauce! I was thrilled how wonderful this turned out. You can make this delicious Eggs Benedict for breakfast or if you’re like me, eat it for supper! Below is the link for the Hollandaise Sauce. https://indianeskitchen.com/2018/07/13/hollandaise-sauce     Ingredients   Cut […]

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Hollandaise Sauce

A few months ago I ordered Eggs Benedict at a restaurant. I had never had Hollandaise Sauce before and I was hooked immediately so I decided I would make my own. I had no idea what was in the Hollandaise Sauce but I knew it made my Eggs Benedict taste amazing! Well believe it or not, there is just four ingredients […]

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Refrigerator Pickled Eggs

Refrigerator Pickled Eggs, you either love them or you hate them…… or maybe you have never tried them before! The best part is they are not canned. I love this combination of spices with white vinegar, although you can get a different taste with cider vinegar too. Since I am the only one eating these, I just make six eggs […]

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Homemade Mayonnaise

Why in the world would you spend so much money on Mayonnaise from the store when you can make this recipe in just a few minutes. You won’t buy Mayonnaise this fresh or cheap in any store! Now somebody will comment about the safety of using raw eggs and yes, that can be a concern. There are many ways around […]

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Microwave Scambled Eggs

This is the only way I make scrambled eggs….. in the microwave. I like to make these for my grandchildren too, they love them. Microwave Scrambled Eggs are so fluffy and moist and you get nice big pieces you can eat with a fork. Four eggs are done in about 2-1/2 minutes depending on your microwave. I like to use […]

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Deviled Eggs

I always seem to be the one that is asked to make deviled eggs for any get together and I really don’t mind. Don’t we all hate peeling the eggs? Keep in mind when you make these, one egg gives you two deviled eggs. So if you want a dozen deviled eggs, only hard boil 6 eggs. What I do […]

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Egg Salad Sandwich

My favorite thing to make after Easter, with all those left over colored hard boiled eggs, is an Egg Salad Sandwich. I like that I can peel two eggs and have just enough for a sandwich. A lot of people like mustard, relish etc added to their Egg Salad, which is fine, but not me. I like it simple so […]

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Easter Deviled Eggs

Happy Easter and Passover everyone! I have my grandchildren and my mother in law for dinner today, everybody else is either working or busy doing something else. I hope you are all enjoying your family and friends for Easter and Passover. If you end up with a bunch of leftover hard boiled eggs today, why not make deviled eggs with them. […]

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Easy Beet Pickled Eggs

I have always wanted to try Beet Pickled Eggs. I love pickles and I love beets so I knew I would love Beet Pickled Eggs. I made them using the juice of Pickled Beets. Terry does not like beets and would not try these so I only made a few. I use to can my own Pickled Beets and ate them […]

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