Monthly Archives: January 2011

Poop Muffins II

I created this recipe for those of us who sometimes have a problem going to the bathroom.  If  you know what I mean! I have a poop muffin I recipe too.  But I liked this one better so I’ve decided … Continue reading

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Super duper Cookies

Here is one of my own creations.  Using my wonderful eggs.  All the ingredients in this recipe are organic.  The baking powder and soda are aluminum free.  You can use any kind of nuts that you like in this recipe, add … Continue reading

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Lots of Marvelous Eggs

I have lots of eggs and not enough customers.  What’s a girl to do?  Where are all those people who wanted eggs?  Well, let me know how many dozen you want.  If you live in the town of Southold than hop on … Continue reading

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The Incredible Edible Egg and Vitamin D

Did you know that the yolk of an egg has 20 IU of vitamin D?  Well it does.  These days we have to get as much vitamin D as possible.  In the winter we are all covered up, or it’s too … Continue reading

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Saturday’s Soup

I don’t know if I mentioned it but in the spring and summer and fall I grow an organic vegetable garden.  I grow many different types of vegetables.  When I have an excess of vegetables I slice them up and … Continue reading

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What can I make with my Eggs?

Here is a list of things to make: Hard boiled eggs, soft-boiled,scrambled, poached,omelets,over easy, over with bacon, with ham.  French toast, pancakes,wonderful cakes, cookies, some breads.  Add them to soups poached, or scramble it and make egg drop soup. Egg … Continue reading

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My Auracana Chicken and the Red tail Hawk

She got her.  The hawk came down and attacked my Auracana.  Thank God she’s a fast runner and was able to get away.  I knew it was the hawk that attacked her because the wound was on her back and … Continue reading

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