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Posted: 22-Aug-2006, 04:16 PM
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It does appear the link is broken; it should have taken you to " Breaking The Fast " topic where you would have found the recipe below. Some folks call these "one eyed egyptians" but the historical name is "Egg In The Nest"

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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Thanks for the recipe, I will try it next week for my honey.I'm sure he will be happy.
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Posted: 30-Aug-2006, 08:08 PM
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QUOTE (Shadows @ 22-Aug-2006, 04:16 PM)


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

smile.gif Heh heh, yeah -- maybe it's also the way it isn't what it appears to be (like, just an egg sitting on bread, how dull. . .) but it actually has the keyhole in it, with the egg sitting down in the middle of the hole. Is there perhaps a different taste and texture, because both the bottom of the bread and the bottom of the egg got crisp in the bacon fat together and kind of blended? I think that would make it nice, actually.
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Don't know , but we love these every few weeks...

My six kids have spread the "news" to their friends and these are a must have for several of the families we know!
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I am looking for a recipe for chicken tenders cooked like hot wings!

I want the heat on/in the meat as well as on the outside!

Anyone have a recipe???

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What recipe are you looking for?

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Now a recipie that would make me very happy- I'm missing propper Scots Buttries which I can get for neither love nor money down below the border.
Never though to learnt he recipie before I left- anyone got a good one?
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Folks are you looking for a recipe for something that tickled your taste buds and you want to make?
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