We're into the last three days of the A-Z Challenge and start off with X is for:
noun - a dish of eggs prepared by beating them with a little liquid (usually milk) and seasoning, then cooking and stirring gently until light and fluffy
informal - the gold braid on a military officer's cap
I always do my scrambled eggs with milk in a microwave, stirring every 30 seconds, and have never been let down by their fluffiness or flavour.
If you're interested, there's a wikipedia page about scrambled eggs here. I honestly didn't know there were so many variations on preparing and cooking them!
I couldn't find any scrambled eggs charts but did find loads which were egg related:
Eggs Ala Round by Glendon Place
Humpty Dumpty Verse by Artecy
Egged by Tom Allen (HAED)
My personal Xs include:
xeric - which means being deficient in moisture. OK, it's supposed to relate to desert-type environments, but as I don't drink enough fluids I squeezed it in as an adjective for me!! :)
And my finished X pieces are out of this world:
These are a couple of aliens I stitched about 10 years ago from a magazine whilst the children and I were staying at my mum's house over the summer holiday. They were really quick and easy to stitch and have always brought a smile to my face!
For the penultimate day tomorrow, a question which answers many questions!