Kevin Bacon, actor, has been, as most know, among other things, turned into a parlor game based on the six degrees of separation concept. The concept which posits that any two people on earth are six or fewer acquaintance links (steps) apart. The idea is to see how few steps it takes to link your self with the said actor. Side note, let’s not forget his mighty fancy footwork in a very popular movie, we have all watched a time or two.
Sticking with the same concept, I am looking for your recipes. A friend and I are gathering (get it, we both have chickens) recipes that include the use of eggs. Yes siree, Bob. (I have no idea who Bob is.) I would love for you to share a favorite recipe or two. PLEASE? The recipe has to include eggs. NO chicken recipes will be accepted. GEESH, people.
Now, here is the parlor game concept. When you share your recipe, please include what step you are to someone who raises chickens for eggs. Okay, you know me. Duh. That would be one. My name is Sue and I know Daleen and she gathers fresh eggs daily. So one. I was thinking more like, my name is Gabe and my Aunt raised chickens who layed green, blue and brown eggs. Or my name is Zoe and my grandma let me collect eggs and one time, Lovey the golden chicken pecked my hand and I cried. The end. Or maybe you used to have chickens? Or you have never had a fresh egg in your life? My name is Lloyd and I buy my pure white eggs at Safeway and I have no idea where they come from.
Yesterday, I made Flock Block cakes. The recipe calls for seeds and oats and feed and scratch and molasses and coconut oil and cinnamon and cayenne pepper……..and THREE eggs. You mix and bake and when done, if you remembered to poke a hole in your cake, you have a round disk to hang up for your chickens. They can play and peck and the flock block helps them stay warm and fights away the dull drum on a cold or rainy day, they have to stay inside to play. http://www.grit.com/animals/poultry/chickens/homemade-flock-seed-blocka-warming-winter-treat-to-beat-boredom.aspx
Last night for dinner, I made a black iron skillet full to the brim of delicious fried rice. Of course I used three fresh eggs in my glorious concoction.
So to sum up……
Kevin Bacon, nice legs and great dancer.
May I please have a recipe or two from your “favorite file”? I would be most grateful.
Yesterday, I made two Flock Block Cakes and one huge frying pan of delicious Fried Rice, each recipe contained fresh eggs.
January 19th is National Popcorn Day………..let’s get the celebration rolling…………thinking caps on people!
ps. You didn’t think this vegetarian, blog writing girl was going to actually share a recipe for bacon, did you? geesh, people you make me laugh.