Thursday, July 20, 2006

Finally I found bread that holds the eggs nicely in tact for my bird in a hole. A nice hearty European bread. Melt some cheese on top of the egg and buttered toasted bread and two turkey sausages on the side and I have a happy breakfast.

6 comments:

MarylandMommy said...

Yummy! Love these but haven't made them in a while.

Yvett said...

That looks good. Seriously, Ani, if I lived close to you, I'd be there for every meal! :P

Jesser said...

Hehe. Your brekkie seems to be foaming at the mouth a little. ;) Matt's g'ma makes those for us for brekkie when we stay at her house in Nashville. They are yummy!

Lisanne said...

I had *never* heard of doing that until I watched "How to Boil Water" with Tyler Florence. I've always heard it called a "frog-in-the-hole," but I don't know why. :) That looks absolutely delicious. Lucas would love one, I bet! So what kind of bread did you use?

foodiechickie said...

Hope this inspires ya to MM:)

I wish my bloggy friends lived closer too Yvett.

They're so easy to make Jess. Niel and I use the word breakkie also. Love the Australian lingo.

Yes it is also called Frog in a hole. It's easy for little hands to eat as well. Ooops forgot to mention I purchased the bread at a European market. They're a little heartier than the American Wonder type bread.

Victoria Winters said...

I love eggs and I love breakfast. YUM.