Lemon and Basil Eggs over Foccacia

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  • on September 15, 2013

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    This is a huge hit! Made it for our special Sunday breakfast. Husband doesn't like basil or parmesan, so I eliminated them and simply put in some chopped ham. Also used ciabatta. I see infinite possibilities for this presentation. Bacon, leeks, cheddar, gruyere, pancetta, veggies and all different kinds of breads. Next time think I'll try individual rolls. Absolutely love it.

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  • on December 25, 2012

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    They didnt have focaccia bread at the store but I used Italian bread and I'm glad I did! It came out pretty good. Moist and everything. Not too dry, not too moist, it was just right! Not my fav. It was savory but I probably won't repeat. My guests enjoyed it though. : it felt like something was missing though. Maybe I'll add little bits of pancetta and try out how that tastes.

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  • on July 31, 2012

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    GREAT!

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  • on March 25, 2012

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    I want to try this one again. The direction "up to four cups" of the bread pieces would be if you were using a HUGE loaf. I should have known it was too much when it was thicker than Thanksgiving dressing when I spooned it in. There was little moisture left, so there was little to pour. I would start with one cup of bread and then see.

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