Monday, April 18, 2011

A Culinary Masterpiece...

I've been working pretty hard on my major project for university recently and my blog has definitely been pushed to the sidelines.


Today I found God. I found God, and he was in the form of this mouth-moistening, penis-hardening, delicious invention. The father, the son, and the holy toast:



To make this sexy, seductive, gooey piece of Heaven, you need the following:


2 eggs, 2 slices of bread, a few slices of (or grated) cheese, some oil, a mug, a plate and, of course, a frying pan.

Start by pressing down on the bread with the upside-down mug to make some holes. Heat up a teaspoon of oil in the frying pan while you are doing this. Boil the kettle and wipe the mug clean for a nice cup of tea in the meantime.



Put the holy bread into the fires of Hell (the frying pan), and press it down so that when you crack the egg into it, the egg doesn't seep underneath. Crack the egg and gently drop it in the middle. You may want to pop the yolk to prevent the end product from being too messy - I didn't, because I like to live on the edge.



If you want to add seasoning, now's the time. I always add a bit of salt and black pepper to fried eggs. Do the same again for the second slice.


Put your cheese onto one of the slices and let it melt a little before you cover it up. Grated cheese makes the cheese a little more bubbly due to air pockets (a pro-tip from my buddy, James Allen). Go with whatever you prefer.


I broke the yolk on the second slice because two unbroken yolks in one sandwich is just plain crazy. Place the second slice on top and cook for another 2-3 minutes on a low heat.


Cut that bad boy into diagonal slices, because there is no other way to cut a sandwich. Enjoy with a nice cup of breakfast tea.


Beautiful.

It ends up being approximately 750 calories, with 55g of fat. Worth it though.
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81 comments:

Nutty C said...

Looks delicous, got to try this.

Kingmush said...

Looks...interesting. I should try this.

Jozzy said...

aww that looks goood.

M@tTy said...

Im so hungry after seeing this! Awesome post

Clint Mullins said...

Glad to see a new post from you, but I'm especially glad that you have egg in the middle of that TOAST. So goood.

ThePrynce said...

Dude this is awesome I put bologna or warm roast beef in middle for a little added flavor

Scott said...

My dad used to make those for me. Going to try this tomorrow!

Latest Tech News said...

looks tasty gonna try this tomorrow

amBored said...

wow this looks delicious

Kaduceus said...

is that runny yolk or melted cheese? can't tell

Archie Wu said...

Omg that looks so delicious, I love egg and cheese lol

123mikeyd123 said...

wow this so weird, i made one of these this morning

Jay Reid said...

@Kaduceus Both! :)

Amalek said...

Its...Its perfect!

Lich said...

Yes, they are absolutely delicious!

Xatana said...

Well I know what's for breakfast tomorrow

Wintermute said...

looks very filling

Boss said...

Looks great, i'm hungry now..

JayPower said...

Mmmmh looks lush ;D

Come At Me Bro said...

This is great!

Jordan said...

Duuuude this looks sooo good.

Anonfourtwenty said...

I cook these all the time. Saw it from something similar to this on the internet. I LOOVE them.

Great blog btw, I will be following.

GoldenSun01 said...

Oh I will try this. Thank you for the tip ^^

chronometer said...

Actually saved this ;D Thanks.

Splattercore said...

And tomorrows breakfast will be! Love it will be following.

pv said...

i can feel the cholesterol from here

Shona said...

nom nom om nom nom nom

Minecraftblogger said...

Looks pretty tasty :3

M.D. Flodström said...

That does look delicious

Moobeat said...

looks good

modernb said...

I love these things, discovered them a couple of years back :3 Good to see you're back though!

thenitefalls said...

I haven't eaten breakfast and now I know what to eat :D

Seth said...

I've seen two blogs with these today... random lol

philmin9 said...

I've been eating those for years! Call them an egg in a hole.

Ronald said...

looks really good

Trolske said...

Damn, I need bigger slices of toast. Mine are always to small to make a hole big enough for the egg.

Scott said...

More than 50% of my life has been spent looking at, thinking about, or consuming one of these heavenly creations.

Yorkie Love said...

Egg in a hole is amazing, but you need to cook yours slightly longer. The toast should have a crispy, NEARLY burnt texture, and the yolk will not be as runny. Yum, though!

Following and supporting!

Yorkie Love

JayPower said...

looks sooo lush ;D

BossMusic said...

I made it today, it was lovely.

ThirteenCats said...

That. Looks. Gross.
Following for more!

Kryz Cabbu said...

HOLY SHIT! Pardon my language! This is indeed fantastic blog i've ever found! I'd def come back and check out wonderful culinary stuffs!

I have a blog as well..so check mine out sometimes :)

*thumbs up*

TDurdy said...

Looks great! Cool post.

PFT said...

Wow... lol... This looks delcious haha

Aamir Muhammad said...

Looks sooo good.

GeneralMakaveli said...

wow that looks amazing

Jay Reid said...

@Yorkie Love ...actually the yolk in fried eggs is best half cooked, like mine was. Infact the sandwich in the picture was perfectly cooked the way myself and most people I know like it :)

GreenIdeas said...

hmm frog in the hole, with cheese nice.. love your style following

Glovey said...

Great blog man! Keep up the good work!

Poker Ed said...

that looks amazing ! i have to try it

Jacob said...

Looks great! Will definitely try this tomorrow for breakfast (This morning I did something similar with an egg sandwich, just that this looks way better!).

freightblog said...

the trick with cutting a whole in it is just awesome.
following.

Jay said...

it's...BEAUTIFUL!

Necroticism said...

Dude, seriously, that's a nice view. But 55 gr. of fat is too much :D

lets go get lost said...
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Raul Pevere said...

damnit this is making me hungry! lol

lets go get lost said...

I know what I'm gonna have for breakfast tomorrow. Thanks!
I'll follow You.

Blair said...

Great post!!! I'll be sure to return :) Keep up the great work!

MaggotsGalore said...

You make me hungry...

ironchefman said...

Toad in the hole with cheese? Genius. And very well cooked!
But posting nutrition info for this, well that's just a low blow! I at least hope you fried them in real butter for the extra nutrition the dairy provides.

WhitUK said...

damn it, gonna have to head to the kitchen now.... *wipes drool*

2e1hsb said...

Ooooh that looks so good!

Paul said...

the calories are a little turn off but hey you only live once!

JakF101 said...

Damn I suck at cooking hah!

Legnox said...

It. is. all. sooooo beautiful!

Mouse Roberts said...

This is true culinary artistry.

Scrogglez said...

never thought about cooking it like that, i always just use my bread to wipe it up

noob luck said...

yum

Jack said...

You're making me hungry, I want that so bad.

Mike said...

That looks delicious. I want one.

eraizer said...

Im so hungry that looks delicious

Fortune said...

Stuff like this... just looking at it makes my insides hurt

jostacaine said...

this is one of my favourite sandwiches, no lie, i just had one an hour ago. following in the name of good taste!

noob luck said...

i made it and it was really good

Dave said...

looks amazing, going to make one later

sandman said...

le toad in le hole!!

My Personal Projects said...

Oh man... If I wasn't cutting weight right now, lol

Jamal Crawls said...

my roommate taught me how to make these. theyre delicious!

FunkyDuckman said...

looks good, but I hate runny yolks. Blah =)

raizoo said...

DO WANT

Dark Scheme said...

mmm looks delicious

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