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Scottish Farmhouse Eggs

Scottish Farmhouse Eggs
Decided to mix things up and do a recipe. This is one I’ve made forever and I’m not 100% positive where I picked it up. It is always a crowd pleaser for brunch or breakfast. Special thank you to Dawnland Mama for the farm fresh duck eggs (even though she is a vegan herself).

http://www.ahoydiy.com/scottish-farmhouse-eggs/

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