It just gets funnier every time I look at it.

It just gets funnier every time I look at it.

bringtheruckuss:

Sorry about your shitty dad.

bringtheruckuss:

Sorry about your shitty dad.

I would watch a show that was exclusively Marc Maron and Michael Ian Black insulting each other.

Actually, we were all pretty excited by this recipe — like he says in the text, it’s a technique that lives somewhere between scrambling and frying, which I had never heard of before, and it tasted like no other egg sandwich I’d ever had, especially with the untoasted bread and the Hellman’s. Seriously, give it a try.

Look, Marian Bull, editor at Food52.  I’m not saying it doesn’t taste good.  I’m saying it’s not a recipe, or a “technique”.  It’s breaking a yolk and cooking an egg, then putting it on some bread.  What it IS, I suspect, is some content that Michael Ruhlman gave you for free that you decided to run with because it makes good SEO.

That said- egg sandwiches, man.   Fucking delicious.

Michael Ruhlman’s Weekend Broken-Yolk Fried Egg Sandwich
Look, I love Ruhlman.  But this is an illustrated recipe for putting an egg in a hot pan for a little bit and then putting it on a piece of bread.

Michael Ruhlman’s Weekend Broken-Yolk Fried Egg Sandwich

Look, I love Ruhlman.  But this is an illustrated recipe for putting an egg in a hot pan for a little bit and then putting it on a piece of bread.

Found a pork loin roast in the freezer, so I’m going to do some char siu and make fried rice and spring rolls for dinner.