Friday, March 6, 2009

Green Eggs and Ham


Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! Grace's school has been kicking off a reading challenge this week in honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday this past Monday. We have a large collection of Dr. Seuss books (many of which were Bryce's as a child) including this collection of Dr. Seuss favorites. This is a neat book because it also gives a lot of information about the man himself and some stories behind the stories!

Last night we had Green Eggs and Ham for dinner and the children LOVED it! I'm always amazed at how excited the children get about fun food.

Green Eggs and Ham
Divide egg yolk and whites. I found that it's much easier to keep the yolk intact in it's shell rather than putting it in a bowl where it's more likely to break. Add a few drops of green food coloring to egg whites and whisk until blended. Skim bubbles off top of whites, then pour into buttered, nonstick pan. Cook 20 seconds, and gently add yolk; cover and continue cooking until yolks and whites are firm. Served with slices of warmed ham.

2 comments:

  1. thanks for letting me know about your woodland party! so cute!!! you are a girl after my own heart!

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  2. You are so good about involving the kids in all sorts of things! Go Anna!

    Kelly

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