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Well, the title caught my eye and my curiousity got the best of me so I had to give this a try. The title should have given me an indication of what to expect, but I was still surprised to find that I had a lump of scrambled egg in the middle of a watery "soup" mixture. Now, I like my scrambled eggs firm, not runny so I was very tempted to pour off the "soup" part, but I told myself I was going to try the recipe like it was written. I did add 1/4 cup cheddar/jack cheese to the top of the finished product because I love cheese with my eggs, but did everything else as directed. Anyway, I sat down to eat and discovered that this was not as bad as I was thinking it might be. In fact, the soup had a warm, buttery taste, while the eggs tasted like regular scrambled eggs. I can see why it might be a good warming breakfast on a cold, snowy day. Here in south Texas, that almost never happens! I'm glad I tried it, but it's not something I'll make again. Thanks Bar-b-blues for an interesting treat!

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Texas Aggie Mom June 30, 2008
Breakfast Egg Soup