Apparently this is a food truck in Atlanta? That sounds amazing. I must find it.
This morning, I tried to make egg in an avocado. Results were mixed: it tasted all right, but eating two gooey things instead of one gooey thing in the middle of a crunchy thing wasn’t so hot. If you decide to try it, make sure you’ve got some toast ready to sop that shit up off the plate.
Secondly, Carrie said she wanted to take a picture of it (she has take a lot of pictures of food). I’m glad I didn’t wake her up for this; my egg in an avocado was among the least photogenic meals I’ve ever made.
I don’t feel bad about having wasted an avocado slice, though; the supermarket here in Black Mountain had enormous avocados on sale for $2.50 apiece, whereas in DC the tiny ones are usually two dollars. We’ve been talking about going grocery shopping here before we go back to DC just because everything is so ridiculously cheap here.
Kickass Comestibles of the Day: Donna @ Apron Strings has a special place in her culinary cardiovascular system for cracking eggs into veggies. Back in December she experimented with eggs in avocado slices, and last week she gave Onion Ring Sunny-side Up Eggs a shot.
This is a great version of the eggs in veggie ring molds – sauteed onions are so delicious, and give a nice tang to the eggs. And they are, of course, beautiful on a plate!
If you’re feeling egg-venturous (sorry), you can follow Donna’s instructions here and make your own.
I totally did this the other day! It kind of half works! Really nice though!
EGG IN AN AVOCADO! It’s breakfast heaven.
It’s like an egg in a vegetable basket.
Can you imagine a cuban party sub? Can you?
I would overdose on food if I had access to a cuban party sub.
Great googa mooga, I love Cuban sandwiches.
The deli at Publix (which makes amazing subs, by the way) sells Cubans. They’ve got them premade over by the salads if that’s your thing, but if you want one that will blow your brains out, you go order it off the menu at the counter. Several times when I’ve done that, the employee gets a really defeated look on his/her face, because I guess adding the pork is an involved process. It usually takes five or ten extra minutes since they don’t have pork ready with the other sandwich meat.
Can I marry a sandwich.
If your idea of the American Dream™ doesn’t include chimicangas, I don’t want any part of it.