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Friday, February 29, 2008

Four Stars



This morning I cooked breakfast for a food critic from The New York Times. I made the exotic delicacy “Egg in a Nest”. The review was excellent-


Critic- “This is delicious
Me- “Thank you”
Critic-“I mean, it’s not burnt or anything.”

I must be a really good cook.

7 comments:

blah blah blah said...

eggs in a nest? looks really really good.
is that a fried egg on a peice of toast?

-Ward

wesley's mom said...

You cut a circle out of a piece of bread, put it in a lightly greased skillet, crack your egg in the hole, cook, gently flip, voila!!
Egg in a nest.

blah blah blah said...

that is what I thought. sounds gross, is it?

-Ward

wesley's mom said...

I don't eat anything where there is a possibility of a runny egg so I have no idea if it's gross or not. I just make it for my children.

They request, I deliver. That's the kind of mom I am.

blah blah blah said...

I guess I shouldn't talk, I'm eating mac'n'cheese with nacho cheese doritos crunched up in it for lunch.

-Ward

wesley's mom said...

I really hope you are making that up in an effort to gross me out. EWW!

blah blah blah said...

Nacho Cheese Doritos can top just about anything. As a matter of fact I also had two Potato Salad and Dorito sandwhiches with my mac'n'cheese'n'doritos. Don't knock it 'til you try it. Haven't you ever put fries on your sandwhich, it's the same basic concept (only crunchier). Like croutons.

-Ward

 
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