|I think that EBD was very fond of veal. They seem to have it an awful lot.|
|Also vegetable sausages, of which the recipe was only known to Karen.
slices of beef in a sauce, carrots and potatos in a gravy (two sams)
|I'm sur eI should know but bricelets?? what are they?|
A square of sweet wafer fried in olive oil.
|Miss Di wrote:|
|Also, why is beef OK and veal not? It's all dead cow meat! (Yum yum)|
|A lot of the Baby Maynards seem to get "a boiled egg broken over breadcrumbs" for their supper. Personally I think that sounds the most revolting way of eating eggs! I have a vision of a bowlful of breadcumbs with nasty rubbery hard boiled egg bits scattered all over the top <yuk>|
I always picture it as a very soft, runny boiled egg which sounds just as revolting.
This was the normal way of eating soft-boiled eggs for us, depending on the definition of bread crumbs. We broke up bread into easily spooned up pieces. Next, we (or Mommy at that age) scooped the eggs out of their shells onto the bread, added butter and salt, and mixed a little. No such thing as egg cups! When not feeling terribly well, I still think of this as a comfort food -- though I don't leave the yolk quite as runny due to Salmonella brainwashing.
Bread-and-milk also happened, though not frequently, as it was considered less healthy than cereal. Break up bread, sugar it a bit, pour on milk, and eat.
|I can just about manage a boiled egg and soldiers, but only if the yolk is slightly runny and everything else set.|
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