Saturday, January 23, 2010

To prove a point

This post is all about proving to my dearest that "Egg in a Hole" is a real thing, and not some kooky thing I came up with for breakfast. For those of you who don't know, you use a juice glass to make a hole in a piece of bread, put the bread in a frying pan, crack an egg in the hole and cook it. Smart cooks know to fry up the little circle of bread in the pan, too, and serve it as a "hat"! Served at Ronnybrook Farms in Chelsea Market, but you can totally make it at home.

1 comment:

Tommy Salami said...

It's often called toad in the hole, eggs in a basket, hen in a basket, or... "Brooklyn eggs" when done with Italian bread and fried in olive oil.
It's perhaps the best use of an egg and a slice of bread ever.