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Week in Review: Eggs, Knives, and Seuss

The Value Of A Moment

I love Dr. Seuss and I don’t know about you all but we actually celebrate his birthday every year.  We watch The Lorax (the original version from 1972) and The Sneetches as a tribute.  Both send such strong and powerful messages that should be valued at any age.  And both quite relevant in current events.

You can also celebrate by throwing a Dr. Seuss Themed Party if you like!


These might not be quite Green Eggs and Ham (though some of them do have green in them)…. but make sure to check out what fellow bloggers have done with the incredible, edible egg!

Zucchini Basil Frittata from MJ and Hungry Man

Breakfast Scramble Avocado Cups from Things My Belly Likes

Warm Farro Asparagus and Poached Egg from Yes More Please

Sweet Potato and Carrot Rainbow Hash from A Time to Kale

Garden Egg Bake from Us (i.e. Green Door Hospitality)


Knife care and knife safety is such an important part of cooking!  Some have even said that a chef is only as good as their knives.  Gina over at P.E.A.C.E. (People Excited About Co-Existence) did a great post that goes through the Ins and Outs of Kitchen Knives with some sharp precision! (Ha, ha…get it… )  Includes a great video from Mr. Alton Brown as well!


Dr Seuss on Love~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Catch up with this week’s Green Door Hospitality posts!

Entertaining Basics:  Having a Beverage Station

Pantry Preserving:  Cardamom Pear Butter

Wordless Wednesday — Hill Country Enchantment

This Party Calls For A Theme:  Dr. Seuss Throwback

12 comments on “Week in Review: Eggs, Knives, and Seuss

  1. apuginthekitchen
    February 28, 2014

    Love the egg dishes, Dr. Seuss and the knife tutorial.

  2. Melisa R
    February 28, 2014

    This was very cleverly done. I also love Dr. Seuss. Target had the books on sale and I managed to buy two of my very favorites.

  3. Garden Walk Garden Talk
    March 1, 2014

    Dr. Seuss is fantastically strange.

  4. emily
    March 2, 2014

    Yum, I can never get enough of cooking with eggs. They’re so versatile. Thanks for including my hash!

  5. love in the kitchen
    March 3, 2014

    Love The Lorax and the Sneetches – the star on – star off machine was always one of my favourite Dr. Seuss moments.

    • Green Door Hospitality
      March 3, 2014

      Mine too Lindy! We really enjoy our yearly Seuss watching tradition of these two classics! 🙂

  6. P.E.A.C.E.
    March 4, 2014

    Wonderful post Jessica. Dr Suess truly appeals to my inner child. 😉 And thanks for including a link over to my place! xo Hugs to you! Gina

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