February 26, 2012
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Here's a great way to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss! Make easy Green Eggs and Ham for the kids!
- One egg per person
- One slice of ham per person
- An egg beater
- A mixing bowl
- Green food coloring (Macaroni Kid Editorial Note: If you want to use an all-natural food color, try using ground spirulina powder - which you can get a a natural foods store)
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Vegetable oil
- A large skillet
Slice the pre-cooked ham and warm in the oven. Turn the skillet to warm and add a drop of vegetable oil. Break the eggs into a large mixing bowl and beat with an egg beater. Add a little milk and some green food coloring (a few drops is all you'll need) and then scramble the eggs. Serve the green eggs with ham and toast. It may look strange, but it's delicious.
Recipe courtesy the Georgia Association of Educators. http://gae2.org/content.asp?ContentId=595
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