Now that I have my stove working again I am going to make one of my famous bacon egg and cheese sandwiches. Schar bread untoasted, smeared with LOTS of butter. An over easy egg with melted extra sharp white cheddar. Two (unless I splurge and have three) strips of bacon cooked very crisp and crumbled on top of the melted cheese. Then I'll turn the sandwich upside down so I can peek at where the yolk is. I'll eat around the edges and be VERY careful when I get near the yolk. When I do get to the yolk I'll tip it up and take a tiny bite so the yolk doesn't explode. Rather gravity will assist it into my mouth.
You have to build these carefully. If you don't crumble the bacon, a bite might put pressure on the yolk and break it prematurely. And of course if you don't put the bacon on top of the melted cheese it'll fall out. If you toast the bread it'll be too hard and break the yolk. Lots of experimenting went into this complex recipe.
But seriously, I am having so much fun with food now that I can eat so many "new" things.
barty, i am sitting here smiling at your recent posts have a fabulous time with your 'new' foods!!!!
we have the kitchen emptied out and are waiting on the guy to come and install the NEW KITCHEN FLOOR !!! i am excited and he is LATE!!!! if we have to move all this crap again, i am going to freak out.......
so, probly having a sammich for dinner, tonight.