Friday, 31 October 2008

Blimey it's turned Cold, Time for Boiled Eggs and Toasted Soldiers

It really has turned cold today, Time for Marion to bring out the groovy hat
for the dog walk this morning, beautiful day but cold.

Then to Boiled Eggs and Soldiers
slice the toast into soldiers so you can dunk them in the soft boiled eggs

Breakfast is served


Ron said...

Nice hat Marion.
That's a good looking breakfast too Paul.

Earl and Vickie said...

I love egg cups! You just don't see them much in the US. It's one of my fond memories of either being in England or in my childhood, a British possession, (Western Samoa).

Deborah Woods said...

How interesting. I have never heard of soldiers before. I don't understand eating soft boiled eggs right out of the shells. How do you keep from getting shell into the egg when you break it open?

Hollis Engley said...

Aha! Well, I sorta thought the soldiers might be something like that.

mahanpots said...

My (Irish) wife says the soldiers are for dipping into the egg.

My father used to make sqaure "soldiers." He would cut off the crust of the bread and quarter that, butter them and put them in the oven. Crisp on the outside and soft on the inside.
He also like grits with his eggs, soft-scrambled.

Nice work.


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