Category Archive: eggs

Sweetcorn Egg Drop Soup

Allan and I had our first real disagreement over corn soup.  I made some, he said he loved it and then a year later let it slip while we were out with friends… Continue reading

Cajun Devilled Eggs with Cream Cheese

Another version on devilled eggs, this time with a Cajun kick and cream cheese.  The cream cheese sets these eggs up a lot more firmly than just mayonnaise. Cajun Devilled Eggs with Cream Cheese 8… Continue reading

Poached Scrambled Eggs

Ever since Delia Smith’s “How to Cook –  Book One” showed me that I had never really poached an egg in my life I have always used her technique of poaching eggs in… Continue reading

Simple Crustless Quiche

A really simple crustless quiche which can be dressed up as much as you choose.  This time I added tomato. Simple Crustless Quiche 6 eggs 3/4 cup milk 2 cups smoked ham or… Continue reading

Spicy Devilled Eggs

Devilled Eggs were, as I have said before, unknown to me until the first Easter in Canada.  Since then they have been a go to when I am making appetisers for a buffet.… Continue reading

Mini Quiches

I love mini things and when I made the latest in my quest for the holy grail of pie crusts, Vinegar Pie Crust, I decided to use some of it to make some… Continue reading

Asian Inspired Egg Drop Soup

This is a really simple soup, one that probably everyone loves and has their own version.  This is the one I use.  I didn’t have any scallions today, so had to make do… Continue reading

Mashed potatoes with baked eggs

Left over mashed potato.  A common thing on a Monday for me as I always make extra on a Sunday to make a quick supper the next evening, and this is the latest… Continue reading

Egg Blossoms or Salsa Baked Eggs

This is a really easy way to start your day with a delicious breakfast that takes no time to prepare and cooks while you do whatever else you need to. They are also… Continue reading

Devilled Eggs – Take Two

Devilled Eggs. One of the simplest, yet versatile, appetisers. I had actually never heard of them before moving to Canada, but since then I have sure made up for my lack of knowledge!!… Continue reading