About Mary

Mary is a minister's wife, mom of two boys, and former missionary to Scotland. She’s also the creator of Healthy Christian Home, where she points to God's spiritual and physical nourishment through the natural world He has created. In her free time, you can find her with a cup of hot tea and a stack of books -- or watching a new BBC series.

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  1. Joni Gomes says

    5 stars
    So true about ow and slow!! I always try and tell my husband but he won’t listen to me haha. I will be sending him the link to this post now!

    • Mary says

      I used to have that problem too, until I started getting the Pan nice and hot, adding oil and getting it hot before adding eggs. It creates a non stick surface!

  2. Hope says

    5 stars
    My sister and I were just commenting last weekend that although we can cook fairly confidently we both fail at making fluffy scrambled eggs! Great tips – thanks!

  3. Megan Stevens says

    5 stars
    SOOO true! I love and do all of these, but it’s hard for my husband to do #2, lol! Why do people want to cook their eggs over high heat? 🙂 Yes, soft eggs. 🙂 🙂

  4. Carol Little R.H. @studiobotanica says

    5 stars
    I cannot wait to try this method. I have always added a tablespoon or so of milk or cream.
    I just came home eggs from a friend’s farm (from this morning!) I will make this tomorrow.
    Exciting! Love scrambled eggs! We add a mini sprinkle of chili flakes for a wee kick or chopped herbs!!

  5. Vanessa says

    5 stars
    I love your tips! I always take my eggs off the burner when they seem a little under done, so I can totally vouch for that move.

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