- 2 lg eggs
- 1 slice bologna (¼“ thick – cubed)
- 1 tbsp tomato (sm chopped)
- 1 tbsp onion (sm chopped)
- 1 tbsp green onion (sm diced)
- 2 tbsp cheddar cheese (shredded)
- Salt & pepper
- Grated carrot (garnish)
- Shredded cheese (garnish)
In a bowl, whisk eggs and stir in bologna, tomato, onion, and cheese. Season to taste. Place egg mixture into a ziploc bag, release air and seal. Place bag in boiling water for 10 minutes – turn bag mid-way. Serve and garnish with shredded cheese and grated carrot.
Newfoundland was the first place to discover proof of the theory of continental drift
saltjunk.com is a website dedicated to Newfoundlanders and Labradoreans at home and abroad, and to other folks who simply enjoy Newfoundland & Labrador cuisine and its traditions. I successfully completed a Culinary Management Course, a Certificate program in Baking and a course in Food Photography; my purpose is to add new NL recipes to the existing culinary library and revisit some of the older ones and fine-tune them using today’s techniques (if possible). Also, I want to preserve some of the older and forgotten recipes that have been lost with time.
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This libation is not for the weak at heart. It is designed for the rugged fishermen who fished of the Grand Banks, the laborious wood cutters and haulers who brought firewood home for the harsh winters and the fearless riggers who climbed and worked on high steel.
Gentlemen, a toast to you and always leave a drop for the Angels….
- 1½ oz Screech Rum
Pour in a shot glass and serve.
lightsome – cheerful