Sunday, December 10, 2006

Simple Things

I'm a huge fan of good food, and I'm bothered when people assume that this means expensive food. I find good food at all prices (and have a lot of fun looking for good examples).

This meal is an example of huge value for money - it's cheap and good. I eat this more than anyone would believe and am happy every time.

Egg in a Hole
1 serving

2 eggs
1 tablespoon butter
1 slice bread

salt & pepper

  1. Rip or cut a circle (1.5 inch diameter) from the center of the bread.
  2. Toast one side of the bread in the buttered skillet. Flip the bread (it's important to get both sides really fried).
  3. Break one egg into the hole and the other against the bottom of the toast (the balance of egg to toast is wrong with just one egg).
  4. Flip when cooked on one side.
  5. Salt and pepper to taste.
  6. Enjoy!


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