We're military and move a lot. Pretty sure at some point I am going to lose all my recipes. So, I'm trying to put my favorites on the web to lessen the impact that would have. If you are afraid of losing yours too, you are welcome to send me your favorites or try these and comment.

Friday, February 22, 2013

Egg A La Goldenrod

Here is my favorite childhood recipe.  Any time it was my birthday and I got to choose the dinner, this is what my mom had to make.

1 stick of butter
2 Tbsp flour
2 cups of milk
6 eggs
6 slices of toast

Boil, peel, and separate the egg yokes from the whites.  Leave the yokes whole and chop the whites.  To make the sauce, melt the butter and add the flour to make a paste.  Slowly add the milk a little at a time so the paste and milk will mix well.  Cook over medium heat until thick.  Add the chopped egg whites to the sauce.  Toast your bread and tear up 2 slices into bite size pieces on your plate.  Pour sauce over the bread.  Take one egg yoke and grate it over the sauce with a small sized grater.  You won't use the whole yoke on one serving (unless you really like a lot). Yum!

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