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Karl S & His Scrambled Eggs - Tomorrow is Sunday Morning

jfood | Dec 18, 201002:34 PM     13

Mrs jfood was out and about this morning so i decided to try a few of Karl S's slow cooked scrambled eggs. Two eggs, some half and half, salt and butter. I was able to keep the flame low enough so it took ~6 minutes to their cremy deliciousness. About 4 minutes into the process I added just a little extra butter.

And I am now not only a convert but a holy roller on this method. They are beyond OUTSTANDING.

Five hour later I am driving home from Laguardia and all I can think about is tomorrow morning is Sunday. Lazy Sunday. No Plans Sunday...and it is now a four egg, yup I am going whole hog and make a 4 egg plate of soft and delicious egg-perfection.

So to Karl S, I bow, take off my hat and thank you for the perfect scrambled egg technique.

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