Early this morning we got up, and had breakfast. I usually fry 3 eggs apiece in my little, iron skillet. They fry in one pad of butter. That is not too much. We always use real butter. We changed many things about life when Ed went through his bypass operation. One was to go off most red meat. Another was to cut out the frying of all foods. We bake, barbecue, or cook it on the stove, but we don’t fry except for eggs. They are wonderful, and I still am learning about frying eggs. They are hard to handle when I am half awake. I have to be alert, because if you are too hasty, the eggs won’t look tasty.
On pad of butter. Let it melt. Then while it is melting break an egg over the butter. This works. Don’t be hasty about putting the next egg in the small, pan. One egg at a time is timely, but you must have the first one set before you put in the second. Then I put the last of the three in by itself. By the time I am ready to cook my own eggs, I am warmed up to the idea, and they fry easily. I wipe out the pan when it gets too, messy. Then add another pad of butter, and fry the eggs I need. We are generous with the eggs, because they have protein, and we don’t eat bacon, sausage.
We make toast, and butter it. Add jelly if you like grape jelly. I put my buttered toast under the eggs. This works. I have one slice of toast with two, eggs at least.