They were elevated above their grease puddle, the foil survived unscathed, and they didn’t dry out.
Some say chorizo is supposed to be greasy. I don’t know if these Johnsonville ones are typical, but the grease seems incredibly excessive. Over a quarter of the weight and 73% of the calories are fat. So no matter what I do they’d never be dry.
I sliced one of them up and scrambled some backyard eggs with it.
Will they cancel Easter?
What if there’s no pope before Easter? Will the bunny still bring eggs?
Yes, but each egg will come in a condom.
So to speak…
You, sir, are a credit to the human race. Now, shut up and take my money.
I think chicken periods are utterly disgusting and I wouldn’t eat them to save my mother’s life, but this is cool enough to own a mini share of Etsy. Rock out 10 of them and put them in a store.
Thank you. That sounds like a good idea. (I made it in a 2 hour x 10 week pottery class for $150.)
If I were to do such a thing, how much do you think people would pay?
I’m still working out the microwave power/timing, but it seems like my bread-shaped egg cooker is a success.
Artisanal scrambled eggs embedded with Wisconsin, New York, and Vermont shredded gourmet sharp cheddar over crumbled maple sausage on a bed of melted Hoffman’s Super Sharp cheddar slices enrobing toasted Asiago cheese bagel halves, and topped off with fresh-ground peppercorn medley.
It is an age-old riddle that has perplexed generations: Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
Now British scientists claim to have finally come up with the definitive answer: The chicken.
The scientific and philosophical mystery was purportedly unraveled by researchers at Sheffield and Warwick universities, according to the Daily Mail newspaper.
The scientists found that a protein found only in a chicken’s ovaries is necessary for the formation of the egg, according to the paper Wednesday. The egg can therefore only exist if it has been created inside a chicken.
The protein speeds up the development of the hard shell, which is essential in protecting the delicate yolk and fluids while the chick grows inside the egg, the report said.
“It had long been suspected that the egg came first but now we have the scientific proof that shows that in fact the chicken came first,” said Dr. Colin Freeman, from Sheffield University’s Department of Engineering Materials, according to the Mail.
“The protein had been identified before and it was linked to egg formation, but by examining it closely we have been able to see how it controls the process,” he said.
Dinosaurs laid eggs.