|Herbs in the Home|
|by Katherine Richmond|
Herbs have been used for their culinary, medical and decorative properties for many centuries.
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Using a large fork, beat eggs with salt until ... use in Asian stir fries. The noodles can be tossed in olive oil and refrigerated for use the next day.
Boil the eggs for 3-5 minutes ... 81.7mcg folate, 108.5mg phosphorus, 286.5IU Vitamin A, less than 1mcg Vitamin B12, less than 1mg Vitamin C, 16IU Vitamin D.
Simmer the eggs slowly for 20 ... aluminum foil and bake in a preheated 400°F oven for 10-15 minutes, or until golden brown. Serve warm or at room temperature.
Preheat oven to ... the same skillet, melt 4 tablespoons of ... Meanwhile, sauté the eggs. Serve with ... serving dish. Serves 3, 2 eggs for each serving.
Wash asparagus. If ... skillet, sauté the eggs in a small ... with Parmesan cheese. Melt the 1/2 cup ... asparagus topped with one of the eggs. Serves 6.
Boil six eggs for 10 minutes. ... yolk, season with salt and pepper and melted butter and refill. Fasten the two halves with toothpicks. Great for picnics.
Note that this original Southern classic doesn't call for any sugar! Mix dry ingredients. Add buttermilk in which baking soda has been dissolved. Add ...
Cream butter and ... with sugar. Add eggs one at a ... follows. Mix all ingredients and pour over cake while it is still warm. This is an extra moist cake.
Mix together egg, milk, season ... and add to egg mixture. Melt butter, add egg mixture and then scramble. If desired, add salt and pepper to finish dish.
Cut asparagus spears ... Alternate layers of eggs, cheese and ... buttered bread cubes and pimento strips. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-30 minutes. Serves 4.
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