Every time I walk onto the grounds of the Springfield Museums, The Lorax greets me. He stands seriously ...staring.
At the opposite end of the grassy green, across from the G.W.V. Smith Museum, the gigantic bronze statues of Horton the Elephant, and Thing 1 and Thing 2 (to name a few) are within the area of the bronze statue of Dr. Seuss as he sits with The Cat in the Hat ... contemplating. It is really cool to view!
|Dr. Seuss with Cat in the Hat|
Looking at the bronze statue of Sam-I-Am with Green Eggs and Ham reminded me of the Green Scrambled Eggs I served my sons for breakfast - so many years ago celebrating Dr. Seuss' birthday! They tasted ... like Scrambled Eggs, but they were green. Normally, I do not add food coloring to anything, but that one day I did. For years I've used Egg Whites + Whole Eggs when making Scrambled Eggs. Two Egg Whites = 1 Whole Egg, when baking.
For each Breakfast portion I use 1 whole Egg + 2 Eggs Whites. (There is less cholesterol going on here.)
- Place needed amount of Eggs + Egg Whites in bowl.
- Add 2 Tablespoon Milk to the Egg Mixture in the bowl. (I use Soy Milk.)
- Beat with fork.
- I also add 2 cut up slices of American Cheese for that "Oh, so cheesy flavor."
- Pour into skillet and stir over Medium Heat, until done.
Rolls Royce were made in Springfield, MA for a period of time. Breck Shampoo, Absorbine Jr., The Indian Moto(r)cycles, and the Merriam-Webster Dictionary all have Springfield roots! The Duryea Automobile and Good Housekeeping Magazine, too. James Naismith invented the FuN sport of Basketball at Springfield College - the Basketball Hall of Fame is located here in Springfield. :) The list goes on ... and on!
FuN to think about and read Theodor Seuss Geisel's stories - especially this week! What is your favorite Dr. Seuss Book? Mine is Green Eggs and Ham!