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Eggfest Menu Ideas

golpher247golpher247 Posts: 4
edited March 2012 in EGGtoberfest

 

Hi all,

 

I've gone to a couple of eggfests and this year I've signed up to be a chef at eggfest and I want to make sure that I create a sure fire winner.

I don't want to spend a load of money but I want to get some good type of dish that is unique and tasty.....I don't really care what type of meat it is.

I was hoping to get some input as to what types of great dishes you have seen at the eggfests you have gone to in the past.  I figure that I shouldn't try and re-invent the wheel and I should cook something that was a hit somewhere else.

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

Comments

  • MickeyMickey Posts: 18,261
    edited March 2012
    Hitting THAT cook is too much to shoot for this first ( or second or tenth) cook. That cook you talk about is reported back here by some egghead and cought his/her attention as unusual. Most there have never had egged good before and it is all good. Look, do not cook over 3 hours max (and that is by far an hour too long). First place is others also want to cook and often Eggs are limited. Go to these and still learn, can't learn a lot cooking all day. You get to talk, but you can't get real involved as you don't want to cut both hands ( don't ask). Lastly so much food is being (on a fair size fest) passed out most people can't tell you what they had other than it was all so good. Go and have fun, start EASY and work yourself up (at that point you will not be asking what to cook). Have fun and report back, don't forget the pictures and label the eggheads you meet for us. To better answer your question, go look at most eggfests and they post lots of the cooks.
    Salado TX Egg Family: 2 Large and a very well used Mini, added a Mini Max (I'm good for now). 

  • MattlockMattlock Posts: 64
    Which one you cooking at?  I'll be at the Georgia Mountain Eggfest this month.
    Newbie Egghead - Just got a LBGE at the Georgia Eggfest! Life is Good!
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