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Old 01-07-2012, 05:22 PM   #11
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Bacon Grease, Fried Egg(s), Dukes Mayonnaise, Ketchup, A Shot or Two of Hot Sauce, Black pepper!
That's my fried egg sandwich except I add a slice of American cheese instead of the hot sauce.

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Old 01-07-2012, 06:20 PM   #12
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Whole wheat bread, toasted and buttered, 2 eggs, over-easy with runny yolks, 2 slices American Cheese, 1 thin, bread sized pattie of breakfast sausage, a thin layer of Helman's Mayo. Once in a while, I'll change up for ketchup. If you add fried potato slices to this sandwich, it has to have ketchup. Now that's a meal made to be eaten with napkins.

Ever try a perfectly coddled egg on a toasted English Muffin, with American Cheese and bacon, or sausage pattie? An open -faced sandwich that has now equal, that's what it is.

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Old 07-21-2012, 10:52 PM   #13
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Sounds good. All that's missing is the bacon!
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Old 07-22-2012, 01:07 AM   #14
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No tomato????
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Old 07-22-2012, 02:06 AM   #15
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When I was a kid I used to eat sandwiches all the time. I don't remember when I started disliking bread. I will eat whole wheat, oatmeal, or rye bread. But usually just a few slices out of a whole loaf. I have to get my act together and keep the bread in the freezer. Then I can take just a couple of slices when I want a sandwich. They thaw out in a matter of minutes. By the time I would have the eggs cook, the bread would be ready for me. But first I need to get the freezer in order. Right now it is a mess. When I was fixing the meats from my last shopping trip, I was just tossing the sealed packets in helter skelter. No room for even my breath.
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Old 07-22-2012, 05:01 AM   #16
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French Style Omelette On French Baguette

Buon Giorno,

Once in awhile I prepare a French style Omelette with snipped chives and place it on a half of French Baguette, with Proscuitto di Parma and a drizzle of green peppercorn mustard, Field Greens, Rucola, or Arugula and Sliced Cherry tomatoes ...

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Egg sandwich This is the egg sandwich that I came up with, and that I prefer. Nothing fancy, but I think it tastes great. 3 eggs oil 2 slices bread garlic salt pepper miracle whip frying pan and spatula Put 3 eggs in bowl and whip them until it's mostly yellow. Put a frying pan on over medium heat. While the pan is heating up, toast the bread. I lightly toast it, so it's not brown. Just to give the bread some crispness. Put miracle whip on the toasted bread. Put some oil in the pan. Add the eggs. Add salt, pepper, and garlic to taste. Allow eggs to cook (around one minute). Once they are mostly solid, flip them. Let them sit another 30 seconds or so. Check to make sure the eggs are solid, not runny. Take eggs out of pan and put them on the toast. Enjoy! 3 stars 1 reviews
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