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New England egg fest pictures

MaineggMainegg Posts: 7,787
edited 5:44AM in EggHead Forum
OK I will start off by saying I did not get many picture's. I was talking and eating and cooking to much.
We had a blast. I am not good with names so I will not even try to do that part. The first three pictures are what we cooked
boneless Chicken thighs stuffed with goat cheese and sun dried tomatoes
cinnamon rolls
Fruit stuffed pork tenderloins. I forgot the curried fruit in the frig at home :evil:
the back of Brenda M :blush: and some weird guy
DAMN good dip
I wanted this pan!!
Great Pizza by the team on the left. The guy on the right SUPPOSEDLY did chile?? was it for woosies or not?? I have no idea I didn't even get a sniff :(
My wonderful husband Neil, trying to get 3 med eggs and a mini and all our cook stuff on the truck! He did it :)


  • Big'unBig'un Posts: 5,909
    Great pics! How many attended? It looks like yall had a great time and good eats.
  • BeerBQBeerBQ Posts: 111
    What kinda dip was that? Looks tasty.
  • BeliBeli Posts: 10,751
    Glad to see some faces put to the names.. :laugh:
  • Essex CountyEssex County Posts: 990
    It was nice to meet the Mainegg contingent. I got a taste of most of your offerings and they were great. It was a whirlwind event for this rookie eggfester. A non-stop festival of cooking, eating, talking, etc. I was stuffed by 11am. It was also fun to meet the folks who would take the eggs I cooked on to nice new homes!
  • MaineggMainegg Posts: 7,787
    BeerBQ wrote:
    What kinda dip was that? Looks tasty.
    he started with cans of Hormel chili, then a layer of cream cheese, then salsa, then grated cheese, then peppers. No stirring. Just layered, very, very good. HOT, spicy and creamy. But oh did I want that PAN!
  • HermHerm Posts: 206
    I only got a few too. Too much food and beer. It really was a great time. Thanks to everyone who cooked. I'm hoping to cook next year.







  • HungryManHungryMan Posts: 3,470
    Looks like a good time had. I wouldn't expect anything else.
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