Let Me Tell You All About It
I'm not sure if you have figure it out yet, but I love FOOD.
I'm also the kind of person that thinks a good fried egg make everything BETTER.
And caps emphasize my POINT.
I absolutely love a good, runny eggs pair with, well, anything that will soak it up.
And you hate runny eggs or just eggs in general... well, sadly, this post is not for you.
Heck, I didn't prepare step by step instructions by photo because this is so easy to make. And I may have been so excited about my lunch that I didn't even think about it.
Just be thankful I thought to stop and photography is quickly before I ate it.
I'm not the kind of food blogger that makes things to photography and then dispose of, I am eating everything I share. If I didn't want to eat it, why would I both sharing it in the first place?
I had a mean craving for a delicious sandwich the other day, here is what I piled on her:
- Fresh, Homemade Bread
- Garden Fresh Tomato
- Organic Kale, Wilted
- Over Roasted Turkey [From the deli]
- One Egg
And here is how I made it:
- I heated up my frying pan and sprayed her with a little pam.
- I tossed my bread in and let it toast. I didn't butter it, the pam did the job for me.
- I pulled my bread out and tossed in the turkey, let it get warm and a little crisp
- I removed the turkey, sprayed a little extra pam in, tossed my kale in and covered it with a lid. Let it get a little wilted, turning occasionally. It will turn a darker green, but don't leave it in until it turns to mush. It only needs a couple of minutes in the pan.
- I removed the kale, sprayed a little extra pam and cracked that egg in. I cook mine like it's sunnyside up and then flip it at the end, letting it cook for about 30 seconds before removing it from the pan. I just have a small issue with undercooked egg whites, that's all.
- And this is how I stacked my beautiful sandwich: Bread, turkey, kale, tomato, egg and bread. And enjoy!
For me, this baby is comfort food... I mean, look at it.
My only regret was that I didn't have any good 'ol plain potato chips on the side, it needed them, right? Something about a real good sandwich just needs chips.
Also, you don't have to use kale, if you don't want it. I didn't have any lettuce, I just had kale and I'd actually come to like it over lettuce. I wilt it just to make it a little softer, but you can certainly serve it up fresh.
On a side note, since I'm sneaky, I made burgers last week and just piled on the wilted kale and no one was the wiser. Only when I mentioned it the next day did my husband realize what I had done.
Now, I will say, even if I didn't have fresh potato chips, I at least had a coke! A lot of people think their new marketing scheme is dumb, but I love it.
Except for the fact that I still haven't found my name.