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2020-05-20 8:13:58 PM  
I'd use better cheese though.

Subbette
 
2020-05-20 8:17:30 PM  
headline checks out.
 
2020-05-20 8:22:50 PM  
I like making bacon, egg, and cheese sandwiches for breakfast (or even lunch); gotta try that method.
 
2020-05-20 8:23:25 PM  
Is it a bloody mary with a dusted rim of Himalayansea salt with two strips of bacon, a slim jim, a skewer of boiled shrimp and bread sticks on the side...?

'clicks link'
Well fark that.
 
2020-05-20 8:34:11 PM  

optikeye: Is it a bloody mary with a dusted rim of Himalayansea salt with two strips of bacon, a slim jim, a skewer of boiled shrimp and bread sticks on the side...?

'clicks link'
Well fark that.


I'm not going to lie, 3 months in to work from home has led to a lot more mimosa or bloody mary breakfasts than I was prepared for, and I'm pretty sure my colleagues are all in the same boat.
 
2020-05-20 8:46:41 PM  

OK So Amuse Me: I'd use better cheese though.

Subbette


And grind my own pepper.

/Don't crack your eggs on the bowl, you drive the shells into them
 
2020-05-20 8:50:57 PM  

naughtyrev: optikeye: Is it a bloody mary with a dusted rim of Himalayansea salt with two strips of bacon, a slim jim, a skewer of boiled shrimp and bread sticks on the side...?

'clicks link'
Well fark that.

I'm not going to lie, 3 months in to work from home has led to a lot more mimosa or bloody mary breakfasts than I was prepared for, and I'm pretty sure my colleagues are all in the same boat.


I kinda liked this idea...for a 'brunch' dish. Pasta with crispy ham/prosciutto with a poached egg..and fancy parm cheese.
I'd serve that with a Mojito. and Basil on the dish.

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Okay...do it with some Ramen and microwave bacon and quick poached egg and a shake of KRAFT Parm Cheese from the jar. It's the presentation that gets you.
 
2020-05-20 8:51:10 PM  

RaceDTruck: OK So Amuse Me: I'd use better cheese though.

Subbette

And grind my own pepper.

/Don't crack your eggs on the bowl, you drive the shells into them


I've cracked my eggs on the bowl for decades and I don't have that problem.
 
2020-05-20 8:52:11 PM  

optikeye: naughtyrev: optikeye: Is it a bloody mary with a dusted rim of Himalayansea salt with two strips of bacon, a slim jim, a skewer of boiled shrimp and bread sticks on the side...?

'clicks link'
Well fark that.

I'm not going to lie, 3 months in to work from home has led to a lot more mimosa or bloody mary breakfasts than I was prepared for, and I'm pretty sure my colleagues are all in the same boat.

I kinda liked this idea...for a 'brunch' dish. Pasta with crispy ham/prosciutto with a poached egg..and fancy parm cheese.
I'd serve that with a Mojito. and Basil on the dish.

[Fark user image 850x566]

Okay...do it with some Ramen and microwave bacon and quick poached egg and a shake of KRAFT Parm Cheese from the jar. It's the presentation that gets you.


ooooh, yeah.
 
2020-05-20 8:55:30 PM  
That's not how to crack an egg and her pan isn't hot enough.
 
2020-05-20 9:12:45 PM  

cretinbob: That's not how to crack an egg and her pan isn't hot enough.


So, put your own expert spin on it. It's more what you'd call "guidelines" than actual rules.
 
2020-05-20 9:45:25 PM  

naughtyrev: optikeye: naughtyrev: optikeye: Is it a bloody mary with a dusted rim of Himalayansea salt with two strips of bacon, a slim jim, a skewer of boiled shrimp and bread sticks on the side...?

'clicks link'
Well fark that.

I'm not going to lie, 3 months in to work from home has led to a lot more mimosa or bloody mary breakfasts than I was prepared for, and I'm pretty sure my colleagues are all in the same boat.

I kinda liked this idea...for a 'brunch' dish. Pasta with crispy ham/prosciutto with a poached egg..and fancy parm cheese.
I'd serve that with a Mojito. and Basil on the dish.

[Fark user image 850x566]

Okay...do it with some Ramen and microwave bacon and quick poached egg and a shake of KRAFT Parm Cheese from the jar. It's the presentation that gets you.

ooooh, yeah.


Yeah...don't be a slave to recipes. A bit of ramen and eggs in home cooking is super easy. You don't need to get the hand made pasta and fancy cheeses.

Too many people see recipes and think "I can't do that with the stuff I have" ... and then don't try. Use recipes as guideline and not a rule for making a dish.

Heck a couple of lasagna sheets...(the ones left over in the box you didn't have enough for another Lasagna )...
that would work there too with a can of beef stock or that consommé in the cupboard.
 
2020-05-20 10:29:47 PM  
Could anyone get that video to fit their screen?  I can only manage to watch half of it at once.
 
2020-05-20 10:31:38 PM  
"Make sure the buttered side is up"

Didn't she just butter both sides?
 
2020-05-20 11:25:38 PM  
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Crispy hash-browns with avocado mash & eggs.

You are welcome.
 
2020-05-20 11:43:30 PM  
Stopped at the word "hack". Been making breakfast sandos for better than 35 years...
 
2020-05-20 11:52:17 PM  
This was neater when I saw it last year and even neater the year before that.
 
2020-05-21 12:38:38 AM  

skiinstructor: Stopped at the word "hack". Been making breakfast sandos for better than 35 years...


Yeah this isn't really isn't a new technique.
 
2020-05-21 12:42:22 AM  
Street food technique

Man cooking Egg Omelette and giving it to customer on bread.
Youtube B9ahyPmDb7c
 
2020-05-21 1:01:29 AM  

stappawho: This was neater when I saw it last year and even neater the year before that.


abhorrent1: skiinstructor: Stopped at the word "hack". Been making breakfast sandos for better than 35 years...

Yeah this isn't really isn't a new technique.


Well, it was new to me. I haven't watched every video that's ever been posted on YouTube. I just thought it was unique and looks tasty. Thought others might enjoy something new and kind of neat Sorry to disappoint you Connoisseurs of breakfast fare.
 
2020-05-21 1:12:09 AM  

Beerguy: [Fark user image 400x400]

Crispy hash-browns with avocado mash & eggs.

You are welcome.


sub rice for the hash browns, and that's a typical breakfast (or quick lunch) anywhere in Lat Am.
 
2020-05-21 2:46:10 AM  

OK So Amuse Me: stappawho: This was neater when I saw it last year and even neater the year before that.

abhorrent1: skiinstructor: Stopped at the word "hack". Been making breakfast sandos for better than 35 years...

Yeah this isn't really isn't a new technique.

Well, it was new to me. I haven't watched every video that's ever been posted on YouTube. I just thought it was unique and looks tasty. Thought others might enjoy something new and kind of neat Sorry to disappoint you Connoisseurs of breakfast fare.


This is fark, dont waste your apology.

/ I enjoyed the video.
// as did those you voted up
 
2020-05-21 2:55:19 AM  

rkdutka: OK So Amuse Me: stappawho: This was neater when I saw it last year and even neater the year before that.

abhorrent1: skiinstructor: Stopped at the word "hack". Been making breakfast sandos for better than 35 years...

Yeah this isn't really isn't a new technique.

Well, it was new to me. I haven't watched every video that's ever been posted on YouTube. I just thought it was unique and looks tasty. Thought others might enjoy something new and kind of neat Sorry to disappoint you Connoisseurs of breakfast fare.

This is fark, dont waste your apology.

/ I enjoyed the video.
// as did those you voted up


In all truth. There was an invisible 'wanking motion' in the comment.  :P

I think it would be a fun food to make for kids, but you would need to have them watch you make it for the full effect.
 
2020-05-21 3:00:12 AM  
Neat technique, thanks subby
 
2020-05-21 3:24:52 AM  

RaceDTruck: Don't crack your eggs on the bowl, you drive the shells into them


I have been cracking eggs for decades without getting the shells in the eggs.  Then about a year ago I started getting shell bits in the eggs and I have no idea why.

/kid in scouts liked his scrambled eggs crunchy with the shells. We never let him cook again.
 
2020-05-21 4:38:47 AM  

DON.MAC: RaceDTruck: Don't crack your eggs on the bowl, you drive the shells into them

I have been cracking eggs for decades without getting the shells in the eggs.  Then about a year ago I started getting shell bits in the eggs and I have no idea why.

/kid in scouts liked his scrambled eggs crunchy with the shells. We never let him cook again.


The short version (as I remember): Europe just washes their eggs and often stores them w/o refrigeration. US eggs are homogenized/pasteurized and are kept chilled.

Eurpoean eggshells tend to be thinner and more fragile, and more susceptible to getting shell pieces in the egg unless cracked on a flat surface. US eggshells tend to be thicker and usually don't suffer cracking on the rim of a bowl.

Now throw in.... that's the way my Mom did it... and people pick one over the other as 'best'. You do what works for you with the eggs you use.
 
2020-05-21 4:49:34 AM  
Dad was over the other day, and he's the absolute king of shlocky breakfast food... I managed to convince him, "No, you really CAN make breakfast food for dinner!"
 
2020-05-21 5:43:24 AM  

optikeye: naughtyrev: optikeye: naughtyrev: optikeye: Is it a bloody mary with a dusted rim of Himalayansea salt with two strips of bacon, a slim jim, a skewer of boiled shrimp and bread sticks on the side...?

'clicks link'
Well fark that.

I'm not going to lie, 3 months in to work from home has led to a lot more mimosa or bloody mary breakfasts than I was prepared for, and I'm pretty sure my colleagues are all in the same boat.

I kinda liked this idea...for a 'brunch' dish. Pasta with crispy ham/prosciutto with a poached egg..and fancy parm cheese.
I'd serve that with a Mojito. and Basil on the dish.

[Fark user image 850x566]

Okay...do it with some Ramen and microwave bacon and quick poached egg and a shake of KRAFT Parm Cheese from the jar. It's the presentation that gets you.

ooooh, yeah.

Yeah...don't be a slave to recipes. A bit of ramen and eggs in home cooking is super easy. You don't need to get the hand made pasta and fancy cheeses.

Too many people see recipes and think "I can't do that with the stuff I have" ... and then don't try. Use recipes as guideline and not a rule for making a dish.

Heck a couple of lasagna sheets...(the ones left over in the box you didn't have enough for another Lasagna )...
that would work there too with a can of beef stock or that consommé in the cupboard.


We do one with pork and veggies and ramen or leftover pasta, just saute up the pork and veggies, mix in with the pasta and put it back in the pan with a little oil and pour scrambled eggs over it. The pasta should get a nice crispy top. I like pouring some kind of soy, oyster sauce, chili sauce, ginger or whatever I come up with mixture over it.
 
2020-05-21 8:18:12 AM  
That seems like more work that just toasting the bread in a toaster and assembling the sandwich normally.  Also if you can't have an overeasy egg on your egg sandwich what is even the point? The yolk should always be runny.
 
2020-05-21 8:19:50 AM  

Tired_of_the_BS: DON.MAC: RaceDTruck: Don't crack your eggs on the bowl, you drive the shells into them

I have been cracking eggs for decades without getting the shells in the eggs.  Then about a year ago I started getting shell bits in the eggs and I have no idea why.

/kid in scouts liked his scrambled eggs crunchy with the shells. We never let him cook again.

The short version (as I remember): Europe just washes their eggs and often stores them w/o refrigeration. US eggs are homogenized/pasteurized and are kept chilled.

Eurpoean eggshells tend to be thinner and more fragile, and more susceptible to getting shell pieces in the egg unless cracked on a flat surface. US eggshells tend to be thicker and usually don't suffer cracking on the rim of a bowl.

Now throw in.... that's the way my Mom did it... and people pick one over the other as 'best'. You do what works for you with the eggs you use.


And for another 'hack' -- as it's almost impossible to fish out broken shell pieces with fingers, fork, or spoon ... use the egg shell itself.  Just take the half an shell (a section that doesn't have lots of little bits clinging to it, just in case), and use that to fish out the bit of shell.
 
2020-05-21 10:13:57 AM  
Very clever. As someone who has no toaster and usually uses hte oven, this seems easier.
 
2020-05-21 11:42:14 AM  
I would just like to say at this time that I'm not even high yet and the munchies are real.
 
Ant
2020-05-21 11:44:24 AM  
Why does everything have to be a "hack" now?
 
2020-05-21 11:53:48 AM  
Meh. I mean, it's OK. I'd rather just cook the egg separately to ensure maximum crispness on the bread. Eggs cook so quick, you don't really need a "hack" to cook them "easier." They're already pretty easy.

But you do you.
 
2020-05-21 12:06:37 PM  

OK So Amuse Me: rkdutka: OK So Amuse Me: stappawho: This was neater when I saw it last year and even neater the year before that.

abhorrent1: skiinstructor: Stopped at the word "hack". Been making breakfast sandos for better than 35 years...

Yeah this isn't really isn't a new technique.

Well, it was new to me. I haven't watched every video that's ever been posted on YouTube. I just thought it was unique and looks tasty. Thought others might enjoy something new and kind of neat Sorry to disappoint you Connoisseurs of breakfast fare.

This is fark, dont waste your apology.

/ I enjoyed the video.
// as did those you voted up

In all truth. There was an invisible 'wanking motion' in the comment.  :P

I think it would be a fun food to make for kids, but you would need to have them watch you make it for the full effect.


It's not that it was posted here or that it's been posted here before. It's the way people present these things.

"look at this hack I cam up with for making egg sandwiches!!" like it's something new they invented.

It's not new and it's not a "hack". It a cooking technique that's been used for long time.
 
2020-05-21 12:06:39 PM  
Toosted
 
2020-05-21 12:41:02 PM  

abhorrent1: OK So Amuse Me: rkdutka: OK So Amuse Me: stappawho: This was neater when I saw it last year and even neater the year before that.

abhorrent1: skiinstructor: Stopped at the word "hack". Been making breakfast sandos for better than 35 years...

Yeah this isn't really isn't a new technique.

Well, it was new to me. I haven't watched every video that's ever been posted on YouTube. I just thought it was unique and looks tasty. Thought others might enjoy something new and kind of neat Sorry to disappoint you Connoisseurs of breakfast fare.

This is fark, dont waste your apology.

/ I enjoyed the video.
// as did those you voted up

In all truth. There was an invisible 'wanking motion' in the comment.  :P

I think it would be a fun food to make for kids, but you would need to have them watch you make it for the full effect.

It's not that it was posted here or that it's been posted here before. It's the way people present these things.

"look at this hack I cam up with for making egg sandwiches!!" like it's something new they invented.

It's not new and it's not a "hack". It a cooking technique that's been used for long time.


As I said earlier, it was new to me and I didn't personally name the video, so whatever on that point. I just thought that it was a fun cooking technique and was a cool 'all in one' way to make a sandwich. I'd also bet that if you made this for someone else that's not seen this technique they would be pretty impressed with it. I was just trying to bring some yummy fun into the queue.
 
2020-05-21 1:18:16 PM  

OK So Amuse Me: abhorrent1: OK So Amuse Me: rkdutka: OK So Amuse Me: stappawho: This was neater when I saw it last year and even neater the year before that.

abhorrent1: skiinstructor: Stopped at the word "hack". Been making breakfast sandos for better than 35 years...

Yeah this isn't really isn't a new technique.

Well, it was new to me. I haven't watched every video that's ever been posted on YouTube. I just thought it was unique and looks tasty. Thought others might enjoy something new and kind of neat Sorry to disappoint you Connoisseurs of breakfast fare.

This is fark, dont waste your apology.

/ I enjoyed the video.
// as did those you voted up

In all truth. There was an invisible 'wanking motion' in the comment.  :P

I think it would be a fun food to make for kids, but you would need to have them watch you make it for the full effect.

It's not that it was posted here or that it's been posted here before. It's the way people present these things.

"look at this hack I cam up with for making egg sandwiches!!" like it's something new they invented.

It's not new and it's not a "hack". It a cooking technique that's been used for long time.

As I said earlier, it was new to me and I didn't personally name the video, so whatever on that point. I just thought that it was a fun cooking technique and was a cool 'all in one' way to make a sandwich. I'd also bet that if you made this for someone else that's not seen this technique they would be pretty impressed with it. I was just trying to bring some yummy fun into the queue.


I like you.

I thought it was fun. I'll probably try it this weekend!
 
2020-05-21 1:43:09 PM  

cretinbob: That's not how to crack an egg and her pan isn't hot enough.


eggs are young, and you need to cook them with tender heat.
 
2020-05-21 2:37:54 PM  

naughtyrev: I'm not going to lie, 3 months in to work from home has led to a lot more mimosa or bloody mary breakfasts than I was prepared for, and I'm pretty sure my colleagues are all in the same boat.


It must be tough being a bartender and being forced to work from home.
 
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