August 26, 2010
i've been getting fresh eggs and tomatoes at the farmers market. so i decided to put them together.
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step one. slice off the top 1/2 inch of the tomato and scoop out the insides. sprinkle with s + p.
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step two. whisk one egg and add fresh basil, s + p. pour into tomato shell. load up with shredded parmesan. repeat steps with more tomatoes and eggs, if needed.
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step three. bake in a 350 degree oven for about 30 minutes, or until egg is firm.
and if you aren't big on thick pieces of tomato, you could easily do the egg part in a muffin pan and add chopped tomato to taste.
ps. guess what.. the bunk is all finished! it's all clean white and looks so cute in the corner of 'the blue room.' (which by the way, we've come to love. it's going to stay blue.) i'll have to show you a picture soon. i keep walking in there just to admire it.
pps. i got a bike! for 15 bucks at a thrift shop. i'm excited. but i think i've forgotten how to ride. my first ride was so fun!

13 comments:

Lauren said...

yum! looks very interesting.. might have to try it.

Maryclayre Dick said...

That recipe looks so delish! I usually just eat my tomato on the side...but this looks like a fun and yummy twist!! I am so glad that you also share a love for eggs and tomatoes!

I love your blue room...I feel like I have seen a picture. I can just imagine how nice and clean that crisp white looks against the wall!

Renee said...

can't wait to see the "blue room" with the new addition of furniture! congrats on your bike purchase!! you will have so much fun riding around town this fall!

Renee said...

p.s. i noticed the other day, that "joy the baker" has a wooden trivet just like yours!! great minds think alike!

jelena said...

great idea, so colorful, the shell you can eat!

Christina said...

I don't as a rule like eggs, but this looks intriguing. I may have to give it a try!

Marisa said...

This looks amazing! With buttered sourdough toast on the side. Yum!!

Anneliese said...

shawn & i rode bikes last fall (before i was pregnant) & i definitely felt a tad wobbly at first...and i was scared of riding over curbs or giant cracks...but i never wrecked! :) a very fun way to exercise.

katrina lauren said...

love this idea...looks so great & easy to! i can't wait to try. er um went on my first bike ride this year, in many years....it was a wobbly start but left me wondering why i abandoned this past time for so many years!
cheers!
k.

Raining Pearls said...

Looks delish, can't wait to make this weekend. Will you show us your bike, I've been crushing on one all summer!

kristin said...

love that you remembered how to ride a bike. so desiring a bike these days, but 3 kids 3 and under seem like a hard trip with a trailer hitched on. soon enough!

egg+tomato looks delish!

Amanda said...

Amazing recipe. So simple and yet it's everything that I like. My grandma is giving me some tomatoes tomorrow, so maybe this is what we'll make for breakfast on Sunday!

Katie said...

yum! this looks amazing. I can't wait to give it a try.

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