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Posted: 13-Oct-2003, 02:01 PM
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Not sure where this one comes from but all the ingredients are world wide and those of you that feed children know how difficult it can be at times!!!

I like this one myself!

Recipe Name: EGG IN THE NEST
Category: 18TH CENTURY
Serves: 1

1 Slice of bread
1 Large egg
2 Slice bacon

Fry the bacon in your skillet. Meanwhile cut or tear out a circle
(I use a biscuit cutter) in the center of the bread. When the bacon is
done remove it from the pan and place the bread in the pan. Crack the
egg into the hole you created in the bread. Place the cut out portion in the pan to toast. Fry egg to your liking, turn over the cut out portion to brown the other side. The egg and bread can either be turned for a few seconds or left as sunny side up. Serve with the bacon.

For some reason kids love this simple breakfast....might be the name


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I'm not sure where it came from either, but the first time I had it was when I was living in Imperia (North West Italy)


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Gee....All this time I thought I was eating Toad in the Hole!


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QUOTE (3Ravens @ Oct 13 2003, 04:27 PM)
Gee....All this time I thought I was eating Toad in the Hole!

"TOAD IN THE HOLE" Contains sausage and other ingredients not in this recipe...
Catriona has a recipe for " Toad In the Hole" posted here that is like the one I have , but this is not it!

As is in everything , regions have names for things that might not be the same in other regions.

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QUOTE (Shadows @ Oct 13 2003, 02:01 PM)
Not sure where this one comes from but all the ingredients are world wide and those of you that feed children know how difficult it can be at times!!!

I like this one myself!

Recipe Name: EGG IN THE NEST
Category: 18TH CENTURY
Serves: 1

1 Slice of bread
1 Large egg
2 Slice bacon

Fry the bacon in your skillet. Meanwhile cut or tear out a circle
(I use a biscuit cutter) in the center of the bread. When the bacon is
done remove it from the pan and place the bread in the pan. Crack the
egg into the hole you created in the bread. Place the cut out portion in the pan to toast. Fry egg to your liking, turn over the cut out portion to brown the other side. The egg and bread can either be turned for a few seconds or left as sunny side up. Serve with the bacon.

For some reason kids love this simple breakfast....might be the name

We called this egg in the hole when I was a kid. My mom made this all the time. I've tried, but I can't ever make it right. My egg white is still runny, but the toast is burnt. I'm normaly a great cook (at least thats what my husband tells me), but the littlest things I can't ever get right.


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ah, i didn't know this existed. i was reading the dreaming jewels by Theodore sturgeon, which mentioned "carnival eggs"--eggs fried in the center of a slice of bread, the centre of which has been punched out w/ a water glass. i can't really cook, but for some reason i can make these...i've been eating them steadily all summer. they're good w/ some seasoned salt or a bit o' taco sauce. at least, they are to me. perhaps i'm strange. i'll have to try it w/ bacon.


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We called this egg in the hole when I was a kid. My mom made this all the time. I've tried, but I can't ever make it right. My egg white is still runny, but the toast is burnt. I'm normaly a great cook (at least thats what my husband tells me), but the littlest things I can't ever get right.


Celeste of the Stars1 we should get together! you make something fabulous, i could make eggs...passt scho, ja?

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