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Fried egg sandwich (The real way it's done.) Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
John Thorson- Valdosta, GA
Added: Saturday, March 25, 2006

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1 egg (brown egg preferred)
white or dark sandwich bread
Miracle Whip Dressing spread
Dill pickle sandwich slices
Any kind of cheese.

Directions:
Directions:
1. Most important: Break the egg into a cup and use a fork to beat it into liquid form.
2. Heat skillet to medium high.
3. Melt patty of butter in hot skillet.
4. Add beaten egg from cup into center of hot, buttered skillet and kind of swirl skillet by handle to flatten and spread egg out.
5 Just as the top of the egg begins to dry, turn it over and let fry another 15-20 seconds...
6. Put fried egg between two slices of bread and eat with/or/without adding the other stuff.

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
one
Preparation Time:
Preparation Time:
about 5 minutes
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Next time you're at a restaurant, ask for a fried egg sandwich. I can bet you it won't look, or taste, like this one. If it does, leave a big tip.
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Did you hear?: Ole and Swen lost their job at the factory and applied for help with the State. The interviewer said they could get limited funds each week based upon their job skills until they found other work. "What did you do, Ole?" she asked. "I sewed the elastic into women's underpants on the assembly line." said Ole. "Oh, that's a good semi-skilled job worth $100 a week." she replied. "And how about you, Swen? What did you do?" she asked. "I was a dieselfitter." he said. "Wow, that sounds really skilled. You'll get $300 a week!"
..."Hey! That ain't fair!" shouted Ole. "Swen sits right next to me on the line. I sew the elastic into the pants and he then slips them over a form that looks like a women's bottom. If they're OK, he hollers back, 'Ya, dieselfitter!'".

 

 

 

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