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Make it a movie night with Brave and these Scotch Eggs! 
Make it a family movie night. Watch Brave and enjoy Scotch Eggs.
We love the movie Brave. It was one we were truly excited for from the first preview we saw over 6 years ago. When Brave came out we were in the middle of the Princess craze with our little girls.  They loved Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, and the Little Mermaid. It was also during a time where there seemed to be a lot of backlash on Princesses in general.
 


Why did Princesses always need a Prince? Couldn’t they take care of themselves? They’re always so helpless – well except Belle. I think people often overlooked her in their generalizations of the helpless Princesses. Actually, I could give a good argument on why every single one of the Disney Princesses was not helpless, and actually quite brave in their own individual stories. 
 
That should probably be its own post. Instead, let’s talk about Brave and the strong-willed red-headed Scottish Princess. Merida. She is a spitfire! And one of my favorite princesses to watch. I’m raising my own little spitfire, and while she and I have way too many head-butting moments like Merida and her mother – I am actually grateful for that determination. 
Make it a movie night with BRAVE and this recipe for Scotch Eggs.
 
When I first watched Brave, I thought it was how Merida was brave enough to stand up for herself against family. She was brave to be herself, and live her own life. The more I watch it, the more I love the ending. Merida was brave for doing those things, but she became braver when she admited she was wrong, took ownership of her choices, and apologized to those she hurt. Saying sorry and meaning it, is the bravest thing any of us can do, and too few of us choose to do. 
 
I’ve made it a personal goal to always apologize to my children when I’m wrong, or when I let my inner bear come out. I want them to know that I’m human, and that apologizing is a good thing. The first few times were not easy, but it’s become a natural habit, and has allowed a lot of trust between us all. 
 
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For a fun family movie night, I would highly suggest making these Scotch Eggs! They were a lot of fun to make, and they tasted fantastic! Granted my kids hate eggs…but they all gave the scotch eggs a try, and some really liked them. Some just enjoyed the sausage casing, but that’s ok too. They showed me they were brave enough to give something new a try. 
Make it a family movie night with this recipe for Scotch Eggs and the movie Brave.
I knew the kids would be hesitant to try the eggs, and I wasn’t sure just how filling they would be so I paired it with a side of sauteed root veggies. A couple of chopped potatoes and some rainbow carrots from our backyard garden were just screaming to me for a hearty Scottish side. Toss them in a little oil, add some garlic and salt and cook up until fork tender. You’ll love it with the Scotch Eggs!
Scotch Eggs
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Ingredients
  1. 8 large eggs, hard boiled, chilled, and shelled
  2. 16oz pork sausage
  3. 2 raw egg
  4. 1/2 cup milk
  5. 1 cup flour
  6. 2 cups panko bread crumbs
  7. dash of thyme, basil, and chives
  8. oil for frying
  9. salt and pepper
Set up a breading station using separate bowls
  1. 1. Flour, salt, and pepper
  2. 2.Egg Wash - raw eggs and milk, whisked to mix well.
  3. 3. Panko Bread crumbs and herbs
  4. Portion the sausage into 8 balls. Flatten each ball into a thin round disc.
  5. Encase each boiled egg evenly in the sausage, making sure it closes well all around.
  6. Coat with flour, egg wash, then panko bread crumbs.
  7. Preheat oil to 350F.
  8. Cook meat encased eggs for 5 minutes until golden brown.
  9. Drain on a paper towel, and season with salt.
  10. Serve warm.
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