Friday, October 8, 2010
For Friday, October 8th, 2010
Little self-denials, little honesties, little passing words of sympathy, little nameless acts of kindness, little silent victories over favorite temptations--these are the silent threads of gold which, when woven together, gleam out so brightly in the pattern of life that God approves.
Frederic William Farrar
Today is World Egg Day!
World Egg Day celebrates and promotes the benefits of eggs. It is truely a world, or international, celebration, from China and New Zealand, to Great Britain and Mexico.
Use fresh, organic farm eggs whenever possible. They are yellower, creamier, and scramble fluffier than a generic supermarket egg.
Allow eggs to warm up to room temperature before cooking.
Don't crack eggs on the edge of a bowl;
you're more likely to get little pieces of eggshell in your scrambled eggs. Instead, opt for a hard surface like a wooden tabletop.
Coat your skillet with oil or butter to help prevent the eggs from sticking to the skillet.
Add a bit of fat, such as butter or milk, to your beaten eggs to add creaminess.
Once the eggs are in the skillet, cook them on low heat, stirring continuously.
If you find the pan is overheating, turn down the heat slightly and stir a few drops of cold milk into the eggs.
Remove the eggs from heat when they've solidified but still have a glossy sheen.
There are no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child. There are seven million
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