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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by John Backlund, Mar 31, 2020.
True. But there's a band name in it, somewhere.
~Bad Egg and the Garbage Disposal Unit~
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Be quick and don't think about it.
I learned this from journeyman cook back in my restaurant days.
The same advice applies to eggs over-easy. If you go slow and think about it, you'll break the yoke.
Using oxen is just wrong.
Egg Beaters … pre cracked eggs .
So your kind of saying...... I need to be smarter than the egg?
Dammit - I knew that was wrong!
Very fuzzy brain today...
I also use a flat surface - the counter. Then dig my thumbs in the cracked dimple and pull it apart. Worst thing that happens to me is sometimes some egg leaks out on the counter.
Gentle touch required though. If you get ALL of the egg leaking out, you've hit it too hard.
Jacques is the man!
Oops, I did it again!
Using a metal fork in a non-stick pan? Big no-no.
I suggest watching as many Kung Fu reruns with David Carridine as you can.
You may learn how to keep the grasshoppers out of your Omlettes as well.
Use a soft surface like your forehead. - Curly
Not paying attention to the subtleties required.
Be gentle but firm.
Actually, those are egg whites, not whole eggs. And whatever spices, preservatives, etc. they put in them gives 'em an odd taste to me.
I only eat whole eggs once every 1-2 weeks these days (trying to be good about cholesterol), but when it's not whole eggs, I'd much rather eat these than Egg Beaters.
Hi, mom. How's dad? How's the garden going this year?
And in the beginning there was scrambled eggs.
I can’t open a bag of ground coffee or tea leaves without spilling some.
The damn things seem to have in built acme explosives inside.