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October 12, 2009

because i might be tired of poached eggs…

Meet my new favorite… the fried egg grilled cheese sandwich.

For fall lunch with tomato soup? Yes, very good then. I’ll take two.

It was such a pleasant lunch with the afternoon light coming through the kitchen window, and me flipping through Gourmet over a salty treat.

Maybe the photo is less appetizing than I intended… but you get the picture.


  1. Westside Wedding said on October 12, 2009

    I love poached eggs, & that egg sandwhich looks delicious!

  2. Rita Finn said on October 12, 2009

    No! The egg sandwich looks amazing! I'm inspired!

  3. aliciajane said on October 12, 2009

    I am always looking for new ways to eat our backyard eggs. That sounds yummy!

  4. Joslyn said on October 12, 2009

    it looks seriously yummy to me…but i'm all over a fried egg sandwhich.

  5. "T-Bone" Lee said on October 12, 2009

    oh no…that picture did the job…i have some wheat bread, muenster cheese and an egg with my name on it at home. YUM!

  6. Sprouted Kitchen said on October 12, 2009

    anything dipped in soup is appetizing, looks great!

  7. Rachel said on October 12, 2009

    Oh yum. I have to admit, poached eggs are amazing, but fried eggs are my standby. So easy.

    I think I look at lots of food items and think "That could only be better if you put a fried egg on it."

  8. everythinggardens said on October 13, 2009

    wow, that is exactly what i'm making for dinner. thanks for the inspiration!

  9. Hali Bey said on October 13, 2009

    now there is no more Gourmet to flip through. End of an era.

  10. lovelymorning said on October 13, 2009

    See, we all know the magic of a fried egg don't we?

    I hadn't had them since I was little… until pregnancy (in favor of poached and scrambled). Now they're a dietary essential.

    Hali – it's just too sad to talk about it, isn't it?

  11. {lovely little things} said on October 15, 2009

    my dinner tomorrow. Done.

  12. jones said on October 27, 2009

    oh. my. goodness. this is just what I need to eat.

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