Everything looks yummy!!I am giving you a "Sunshine Award".http://melsbackyard-mb.blogspot.com/2010/02/aw-shucks.html
HiDo not know if this is of any help with the egg glut but this is how another person deals with her egg glut....http://livingthefrugallife.blogspot.com/2010/02/rerun-freezing-eggs.htmlHope it is of some use.Lurker de-lurking lolPataka inquisitive_1ady
those jam drops look so yummy. Reminds of when I was a kid!
Looks delicious! And I loved your kitchen pics on Rhonda's blog...especially the antiques! I'm interested in knowing more about the piklets. Little pancakes? Looks very interesting.Blessings,Diannep.s. I have chickens too and make a lot of angel food cakes (12 egg whites) and pound cakes (6 whole eggs)!
Just wanted to drop in and say how much I enjoyed looking at your kitchen pictures. Your kitchen looks divine!
Hi, I just found yuor blog and I just wanted to say that I've really enjoyed reading it! I too have an egg surplus at the moment (2 chooks, but only 2 of us in the house) so your post has given me some good ideas!
Howdy, just found you via Rhonda Jean's blog, and I love your kitchen pics.I have had a look over your blog and became a follower.I need to get some cooking done this weekend too, shame it goes so fast. We keep chooks and I think I have near on 4 dozen eggs sitting in my pantry so thank you for the inspiration and the ideas to use them.I have been looking at Michelle Bridge's site and that 12 week challenge is tempting. Am going back there now to do some more reading.Have a great long weekend,Tania
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