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I have been eating them since I was a kid, a quick and easy breakfast. But its funny that my husband never heard of them. lol

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ginak59 July 14, 2014

i too made these in class and they are good when your in a hurry cause they are fast to make dont have to be watched that closely you can add chopped scallions and link sausage thats been microwaved a little alitlle butter on top of egg is good the can also be cooked longer til they are like hard boiled which is how boyfriend likes them

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Dienia B. January 10, 2005

These were very easy to make and tasted GOOD . They baked up nice and crunchy on the outside with the nice soft egg in the middle !! I will make these again for my 2 nieces ! Thank You !

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Theresa P January 09, 2005

I kid you not I too made this in Home Ec class 60 years ago - fond memories! I took a couple of libertires I used an Italian Calabese Roll (sp), took our some of the center crumbs popped a slice of crumbled bacon and a small chunk of cheddar under the egg- Baked at 350 for 15 minutes The bun came out all crunchy. Served with Potato Mushroom Saute - Lovely Brunch Thanks Gee Bee

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Bergy January 08, 2005
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