fried egg


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eggs cooked by sauteing in oil or butter

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The Great Wimpy cooked breakfast includes two slices of bacon, two fried eggs, two breakfast sausages, Heinz baked beans, a grilled half tomato and a slice of toast.
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and such favorites as "The Bomb," a luxe brisket burger topped with chili, a fried egg, and melted cheese, or "The Roosevelt," savory pork tamales topped with chili, a fried egg and crunchy corn chips.
Serve in individual bowls, each with a fried egg on top and scattered with parsley.
Start with #1 GauGio, superior crisp fried egg rolls at $3.
You have got to try the salmon fried egg," he said in his usual mischievous manner.
That's outrageous," I protested, "for 28pc of people add no sauce to their fried egg butties, so what's taking up all the time?
Also try the pad kratiem prik Thai--garlicky stir-fry over rice--and get the fried egg on top.
Grilled Asparagus with Fried Egg & Chorizo For the Asparagus Ingredients (makes 4) 800-900g asparagus for four people or 6-7 piece, each depending on size Olive oil Sea salt & freshly milled pepper Method Brush the asparagus with oil, season with sea salt and freshly milled pepper and cook on a griddle pan for about one minute on either side or under a grill for about 3 minutes and keep warm.
It is folded around a fried egg, slice of ham and Swiss cheese.
A DAILY dose of three fried egg sandwiches and a whole lot more has propelled Michael Phelps into Olympic history, but the champion swimmer's favourite bulky butties would never get past the lips of Flat jockey George Baker - the six-foot rider is much more a Marmite man.
Fatburger, though, has a fried egg sandwich that blows both Tommy's and McDonald's away.
What's this giant fried egg doing on a beach in Sydney, Australia?
He had come to London in the '60s, not least because he wanted to work for Cedric Price, a brilliant producer of diagrams himself (for example the Fun Palace project, or his drawn analysis of the medieval, industrial and contemporary city: poached egg, fried egg and scrambled egg).