Whether it's a conversation with a friend, a word that is penned, or a craft that is made, everything we do leaves a stitch in the fabric of time. Join us as we investigate the stitches of the past and present...
"To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: ... a time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak" (Ecclesiastes 3:1, 7).
My English husband’s favorite
breakfast consists of two soft-boiled eggs with slices of buttered toast on a
warm plate. Adding crispy slices of bacon or sausages round out this savory
British breakfast. Egg cups and egg cozies to keep the cooked eggs warm come in
a variety of themes and sizes to suit every décor and taste. We happen to own a pair of
chicken egg cups given to us as a gift and a set of hand-knitted lamb egg
cozies. Follow the instructions below to whip up this simple morning fare.
your favorite pair of egg cups, making sure the eggs fit in them.
a tiny hole in each egg on its flat end. This prevents the egg from cracking
place the eggs into a pot of boiling water and cook them for five minutes. This
is a good time to make the toast and finish crisping the bacon or browning the sausage.
tongs, place the soft-boiled eggs in the holders on a plate. Cover with your
favorite egg cozies until it’s time to lop the top off the first egg’s shell
with egg scissors.
the soft-boiled eggs with salt and pepper to taste.
the soft-boiled eggs with toast, bacon or sausage, and fresh tomatoes alongside
a cup of hot, steaming tea. Enjoy!
Have you eaten soft-boiled
eggs for breakfast? What accompanied them? Do you own a set of egg
cups or egg cozies? If so, what do yours look like? Don't forget to leave
a comment to enter your name in the drawing for Dawn of Liberty by Amber
Schamel! Winner announced in the Weekly Windup on July 18th. Check out all of
our great prizes on the Prizes Galore page.
Deb Garland is an author, sailor & pastor's wife. She writes Christian historical romance novels steeped in Scripture & anchored in true stories of the Pacific Northwest, Canada, & Alaska. Winner of ACFW's First Impressions contest twice for historical romance, she lives on an island in Washington State with her husband of 35 years.