What surprise ingredient do you put in your eggs?

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. . . horeseradish?
. . . sherry?
. . . seaweed?
. . . pureed vegetables?
. . . any and every leftover?

My 4 year old niece has a surprising addition, if you are game.

Below is her recipe for Arnez Scrambled Eggs.
You will also find it in the CNC cookbook coming soon to . . .
a Women’s Ministry team member near YOU!

1. Crack in two eggs in a big bowl that’s clean. Throw away the eggshells.
2. Take a fork and poke at the egg yolks. And then stir it.
3. You can put strawberries in. [The surprise ingredient.]

4. Put the eggs in a pan that has a fire under it.
5. You get a spoon to pick up the cooked eggs to put them on a plate.
6. Put catsup but not Ranch [dressing] on the eggs.
7. Put everything away and wash the bowl and fork out.
NOTE: Orange juice would be a good match for this breakfast.

by Emily Arnez – age 4

The cookbook has other recipes just as darling!

Doesn’t that make you want to grab your checkbook and send in $14.99 to the church right NOW!

Seriously, how do you like your eggs?
I like mine dry with lots of white pepper and two pieces of buttered, wheat toast. Please smear one slice with marmalade. Oh, and a cup of English Breakfast Tea steeped for 3 minutes with a slurp of milk.

Entry filed under: Church Cookbook, CNC, Honor Roll.

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  • 1. Duker  |  . at .

    I like mine moist w/cheese, tomatoes, and spinach !!! SOur Creme on top can be YUM-O !!
    (Sorry, I have been cathing the new Rachel Ray show). Serve with an english muffin or sourdough toast. Add COFFEE !!!!

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  • 2. Lynette  |  . at .

    I like eggs just about anyway you can make them, scrambled with hash browns & ketchup,fried with bacon & cheese all tucked inside a butter english muffin & my daddy’s favorite when I was a kid & now it is mine, fried placed on top of a buttered pancake & more butter on top of the egg and a little syrup on the side. And of course coffee with real 1/2 & 1/2. YUM-O!!

    Don’t you just love Rachel Ray 30 minute cooking.

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  • 3. Susan  |  . at .

    Duker, sounds delish too!

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  • 4. Susan  |  . at .

    Lynette,
    Yes, coffee is best with half and half.

    I’ve never watched Rachel Ray’s show. Is it on regular tv?

    Sounds good with a fried egg on a pancake. As y’all say, “yum-o.”

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  • 5. Lynette  |  . at .

    Channel 59 HGTV (Home & Garden Network)
    If you don’t have cable, you can come over anytime & we will have a cooking show marathon.
    Rachel Ray
    Barefoot Contessa
    This southern lady I really like but forgot her name
    and so on.
    Oooh, that actually sounds fun!

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  • 6. The Sister  |  . at .

    Your 4 year old niece is soooooo cute and smart, too! I sure wish I was her mom. =)

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  • 7. Kate  |  . at .

    I thought it was cute how she said a clean bowl, poke the egg yolks and a pan that has a fire under it.

    Makes me want to buy a cookbook.

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  • 8. Susan  |  . at .

    I think that’s cute too, Kate. I’m glad you want to buy a book, that was the intent!

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