Thai Son-in-law Eggs Recipe

I made these Son-in-law eggs recently when I had a glut of hard-boiled eggs after Easter.

Thai Son-in-Law Eggs

Thai Son-in-Law Eggs

The first time I had son-in-law eggs was in Hawaii (yes, at that amazing graduate dorm). My Thai friend, Pepper introduced this to me and we set out to make it together. It’s a really delicious dish!

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Japanese Oden Recipe

Easter is now behind us and we were left with lots of boiled eggs to deal with. This is what happens when you have kids and neighbor’s with kids and we end up coloring a lot of boiled eggs and then in order not to waste them, we have to find ways to eat them all up without resorting to devilled eggs or egg salad sandwiches.

Too Many Easter Eggs

Too Many Easter Eggs

This past Monday, I came up with two ideas—Oden and Thai Son-in-law Eggs. I’ll post about the latter in a future post but for today, let me talk about Oden. Oden is one of those Japanese dishes that I learned while studying in Hawaii (I tell you, that international dorm has been more successful in giving me numerous culinary experiences than actual studying experiences!).

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Two Corned Beef Hash Recipes

Updated March 17, 2009

Originally posted April 8, 2007

What to do with all those leftovers from that Corned Beef dinner?

I know what you’re thinkin’:

Corned Beef Hash with Fried Egg

Corned Beef Hash with Fried Egg

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Spam Fried Rice

Do you like fried rice with Spam?

Spam Fried Rice

What goes in fried rice with Spam?
Tell me, tell me, Ann-I-Am!

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