[CnD] the dread fried egg

Jude DaShiell jdashiel at shellworld.net
Tue Aug 2 08:06:28 GMT 2011

If I make fried eggs, they're either one-eyed sailors or to make it 
without the bread, I have a can with both bottom and top removed I put 
in the pan after the oil goes in and I crack the egg on its rim and pour 
the egg inside the ring.  Then I wait for about three minutes and flip 
the whole ring over so the other side of the egg can get done.  The 
flipping is lots easier with the ring since much of the time it's just a 
matter of flipping the ring and the egg inside goes over with it.  Only 
thing is, a slight rust problem when those rings get washed, but I think 
a little steel wool followed up by oiling the ring ought to take care of 
that problem.

On Mon, 1 Aug 2011, jan brown wrote:

> Well, I don't like fried eggs very well so the way I used to cook them might
> not appeal. I put a bit of butter in the pan, heated it up enough to melt and
> cracked in the number of eggs desired. I let it cook until it sizzled on high
> and then turned down the heat until a sound of cooking was scarcely audible. I
> let it rip for about ten minutes. Since I don't like fried eggs much, I
> slathered catsup all over it before eating. Hope this helps.
> Jan

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