[CnD] In Reply To: A Quick Intro

Shannon Wells oldtimechristian at gmail.com
Mon Jun 27 15:50:48 GMT 2011


Lora, that's interesting. I love fried egg sandwiches, but didn't know how to fix the egg. About pancakes, well, the one time I tried, I folded 5 out of 7. haha! I ate the only 2 that turned out right.
On Jun 27, 2011, at 11:35 AM, Lora Leggett wrote:

> I have been blind since birth and have no problem using a frying pan.  I just melt a little bit of butter in it with the heat at about medium.  Then I crack the egg in a measuring cup.  If you are making an egg sandwich or muffin, mix the egg in the cup with a whisk for about one minute, to make sure you mix it up well.  If you want to keep the whole yolk crack it very carefully into the cup and pour it very gently into the pan after it has started heating up.
> because you want your butter or whatever you are using to melt before you pour the egg into the pan.
> After I pour it I cover the pan.  I use a small frying pan because I don't have any of those egg rings and I would be afraid of missing anyway if I tried to pour into the ring.  So just use a small pan.
> I leave the heat on somewhere between medium and high with the cover on for about 2 minutes and listen for it to make sizzling sounds.  When I think enough time has gone by I turn off the heat and slide the pan off the jet and over to the middle of the stove.  I leave it covered another minute or two and occasionally sprinkle some shredded Cheddar cheese onto the egg.
> After it cools about 2 more minutes or the time it takes to go do something when your husband wants something, you can come back and very carefully pick up the egg and put it on your bread or muffin with a spatula.  I have been married 37 years and this did not come easy overnight.  It was frustrating and they looked awful at first but now George says they are perfect.  I guess better stove,m better pans, real butter instead of margarine.  I have been successful with margarine and also shortening when I was out of butter. Shrotening you have to be a little more careful about sticking though.
> But with a little practice it is pretty easy.  Now I will be darned if I can ever get the hang of pancakes.  I am still looking for a success at that.
> Lora
> 
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Sarah Mellor" <sarah_mellor at btinternet.com>
> To: "~Sarah~" <blindbat84 at gmail.com>; <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org>
> Sent: Monday, June 27, 2011 11:00 AM
> Subject: [CnD] In Reply To: A Quick Intro
> 
> 
>> Hi Sarah
>> 
>> Welcome to the list. My name is Sarah as well and I also write what I call E novels so it must be to do with the name hahahaha.  I'm sorry to hear what you went through with loosing your sight but admire you for still wanting to cook.  I'm 31 and live alone in England and an totally blind and have been since birth. OH I didn't know yo could fry an egg in the microwave fried eggs are something I really miss but am scared of using a frying pan as I think a lot of blind people are. I know the method for cooking bacon between kitchen paper works very well its a tip I got from the list a while ago so this is a great place for finding out new ideas and new recipes. I'm sure you will enjoy it.
>> 
>> Blessings.
>> 
>> Sarah
>> _______________________________________________
>> Cookinginthedark mailing list
>> Cookinginthedark at acbradio.org
>> http://acbradio.org/mailman/listinfo/cookinginthedark 
> 
> _______________________________________________
> Cookinginthedark mailing list
> Cookinginthedark at acbradio.org
> http://acbradio.org/mailman/listinfo/cookinginthedark



More information about the Cookinginthedark mailing list