Another thing I learned is that following the rules all the time, can be boring and let’s be real, tilting at windmills is my specialty.
That’s why, when my good friend, Shayna over at Mommy Outside suggested that we do a Guest Post Swap on eggs, I was all in!
Before, you check out her appetizing recipe post for Spinach, Egg and Feta Pockets, see what I have to say about…
How to Not Cook a Fried Egg.
Here at The Zoo, we love eggs. A lot. For awhile, we were going through two dozen a week and Ed and I were only accounting for a few of those.
Regardless, eggs come from chickens and chickens taste good (and can even be considered cute by some people) so if A + B = C than A + C = B. And let’s not forget about all the protein.
As far as my calculations are concerned, eggs are good.
Back to the purpose of this post.
When I tell you that I can’t cook, I’m not exaggerating. Until one year ago, I was the Mistress of all things boiled water; rice, coffee, kraft dinner, couscous. The list goes on.
However, my mothering instincts eventually kicked in and I found out that scurvy is not pretty on the teeth so I bought one of those Pampered Chef Steamers (well worth the money and I’m frugal. Note that this is an unsolicited endorsement) and learned how to turn on the oven.
And after two years of hard work… I can NOT cook a fried egg!
Do Your Eggs End Up Looking Like Mine?
Be sure to watch for next weeks cooking post on How to make a Fallen Soufflé.
My photography skills are similar to my cooking skills. In turn, Shayna took the picture for me. Isn’t she talented.
Note that eggs may not prevent scurvy.