Recipe for Disaster. Part Deux

Back in the early spring, as I was preparing for an exam, I came up with a delicious recipe for chicken and asparagus.  If you're interested, you can click here.  Just kidding, but if you're still interested, you can really click here.  I don't know why, but it seems that intellectual stimulation gets my creative culinary juices flowing, for I have come up with a new recipe - Chiggs (short for chili and eggs).

I start off with a medium sized pan and  browning a Tbsp of chopped yellow onion and one clove of garlic in oil.  I then scramble four (4) eggs in this nasal masterpiece.  Notice how the eggs are spread around the perimeter with an opening in the nucleus - this comes into play shortly.

 I then dice up three cherry tomatoes (mini tomatoes to the lay person), and douse with salt and pepper.

 The chopped tomatoes then are gently placed into the nucleus of scrambled eggs as shown above.

 The entire ensemble is then completed with a dollop of cream cheese and warmed until the cheese is melted.

 The eggs are then placed in a bowl and topped with 3/4 cup of chili and two slices of toast.  Depending on how I feel, I just might post my magical chili recipe in a following post.  I don't know why, but my display of food looks eerily similar to a clown face.


Actually, chili and eggs don't go so well together, digestively that is.  I happened to make this a couple of hours before church on Sunday; and, dare I say, my stomach was a little bit frothy. 

Finally, my next post just might include a little something on men's hairstyles.


Jane said...

I loved your take on a writing a recipe, it made me laugh. I think my very favorite part was when you tricked me into clicking "here". I fell for it.

Jess said...

I guess I should have tried it before I posted, but I've never done a link before in a post, so I thought it'd be funny to do a fake one as well. Luckily, my true link worked (apparently my fake link worked as well).

Indian Restaurant Fan said...

The writing is quite different from the normal way recipes are written, Chiggs, will definitely try when i am free.

Krista said...

"Chiggs", that has got to be the most undesirable food name I can think of. I enjoyed reading this and it did resemble a clown face which was quite eery. I could have told you just with my common sense that eggs and chili would not do well for the stomache. Thanks for the entertainment, made my morning. Love ya!

Johnston Family said...

Before even reading the "clown" reference to your picture, I looked at it and thought to myself "Self, he looks like the Joker"- No Joke! (and no pun intended)