Eggs


This week I don’t actually have a recipe to share, more an appreciation of how good simple food can be when it is home grown and fresh. I was given some beautiful big freshly laid eggs on Friday and my mind started thinking of all the fantastic eggy things I could make: fresh pasta – better still fresh pasta with carbonara, quiche, bread and butter pudding, or (insanely) a soufflé.  But in the end what I most felt like was a nice oozy boiled egg with salt and pepper and buttery toast and it tasted brilliant! I haven’t had an egg that good for a very long time. Sometimes it definitely is best to keep it simple.
 

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6 Responses to Eggs

  1. Irene says:

    I totally agree. And love the photo.

  2. amanda says:

    Eggs,gorgeous eggs..our beautiful girls are laying 5 a day!! Delicious….

  3. Sasha says:

    I love how the yolk looks oozing onto that plate and, yes, I agree that sometimes simple is best.

  4. toi ♥ says:

    definitely yes. there’s nothing quite like some yummy eggs and a buttery and warm toast :)

  5. Svet says:

    Simple food is often the best!
    I like the mess on the plate and the play of colors there.

  6. With the coming on of spring and the chooks laying again, I’ve also felt the urge to feature eggs. So I figured, why not just good old scrambled eggs? So deceptively simple, yet so delicious.

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