Hey... guess what?
*I* just had the best breakfast ever! My aunt called them birds in a nest. You take a slice of bread, and use a glass (or biscuit cutter if you have one) to cut a circle out. Butter it all up, throw it in a frying pan, then crack an egg in the middle and cook til your egg is done. (Flipping it of course...) This is one of my favorite breakfasts, and Jacqueline will often cut shapes out of the bread (bunnies, flowers, hearts...) when she makes them for me. Well last night I took a loaf of Asiago Sourdough bread out of the freezer, and this morning, Jacqueline made me birds in a nest with it.
Oh. Em. Gee. The bread was crispy and all sourdough-y on the outside; the inside was all chewy tender, and the egg! Part of it had gotten all crispy crunchy around the edges, the white was all cooked (no runny), and the yolk was the perfect amount of undone! I actually ate it all with my fingers! (Usually it's too floppy from the thin bread...) It was fabu!
Oh, and of course, I've got my coffee! ^-^