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post #16 of 63
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Leave out the egg sandwich, add more beer.

 



Add more beef and I'm in.

 

Egg salad page two party.


Edited by Eee Pee - 10/14/11 at 7:19pm
post #17 of 63

actually leave the salad out, just egg and bacon. also waffles instead of the bread and add melted cheese all over. icon2_baba.gif


Edited by JamesMcProgger - 10/14/11 at 11:21pm
post #18 of 63
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actually leave the salad out, just egg and bacon. also waffles instead of the bread and add melted cheese all over. icon2_baba.gif



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post #19 of 63
Woke up early(for me) today around 8 to pick my friend who was ditching Saturday school, but he decided to go at the last minute. So i got up out of bed, sat on my couch an entire two feet away, put on my K240s and started my day off with Korn's Unplugged album. Looked out of my window and saw my grandma leave so i walked around the house to see if anyone else was home... No one, so naturally i turn on my stereo loud enough so that i could hear it in my kitchen while i got breakfast. Remembering this thread i decided to make my self some breakfast, started the eggs and started playing some Russian Circles. I ended up with a delicious Egg sandwich on toast with two slices of American cheese and a healthy layer of fresh chipotle paste. Ate it while Ice Cubes "Why we thugs" Played in the background. Thanks for reminding me that i can cook, otherwise i would have ate one of those granola bars in the background.
Good day so far.
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Edit: The sandwich looks even more yummy when you click on it to zoom.
Edited by John In Cali - 10/15/11 at 10:16am
post #20 of 63
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Woke up early(for me) today around 8 to pick my friend who was ditching Saturday school, but he decided to go at the last minute. So i got up out of bed, sat on my couch an entire two feet away, put on my K240s and started my day off with Korn's Unplugged album. Looked out of my window and saw my grandma leave so i walked around the house to see if anyone else was home... No one, so naturally i turn on my stereo loud enough so that i could hear it in my kitchen while i got breakfast. Remembering this thread i decided to make my self some breakfast, started the eggs and started playing some Russian Circles. I ended up with a delicious Egg sandwich on toast with two slices of American cheese and a healthy layer of fresh chipotle paste. Ate it while Ice Cubes "Why we thugs" Played in the background. Thanks for reminding me that i can cook, otherwise i would have ate one of those granola bars in the background.
Good day so far.

Edit: The sandwich looks even more yummy when you click on it to zoom.


Oh, good idea with the chipotle. Next time I'm going to try some sriracha sauce, which I'm thoroughly convinced tastes good on everything.

post #21 of 63
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Originally Posted by John In Cali View Post
Edit: The sandwich looks even more yummy when you click on it to zoom.


True.



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Originally Posted by Head Injury View Post
sriracha sauce, which I'm thoroughly convinced tastes good on everything.


And true.  Including Ramen noodles.

 

post #22 of 63
Very true with the sriracha, i had it with my leftover eggs.
post #23 of 63

Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww! I absolutely hate when my family makes this, it smells soo bad. I would never eat one, though i eat other egg foods.

post #24 of 63
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Originally Posted by Head Injury View Post

A simple scrambled egg sandwich is underrated as well. Scrambled eggs, melted american cheese, and optional ketchup on toast. Good for a quick breakfast. Then you can eat an egg salad sandwich for lunch cool.gif


Sure, and then for dinner you can have a mild heart attack.

post #25 of 63
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Sure, and then for dinner you can have a mild heart attack.


Why, because of cheese and mayonnaise? You clearly have no respect for an American diet.

post #26 of 63

I'm feeling old, but you all need to see What's up Tiger Lily. The greatest movie ever made about Egg Salad tongue_smile.gif

post #27 of 63
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Originally Posted by Head Injury View Post

Why, because of cheese and mayonnaise? You clearly have no respect for an American diet.


Seriously?  You mention the ingredients I wasn't even referring to?  ph34r.gif  Egg yolks are loaded with cholesterol.  You're not supposed to eat more than 2 eggs a week.

 

That being said, I love egg salad sandwiches but they have a tendency to give me indigestion.  Hard-boiled eggs do that to a lot of people if they eat more than a small serving.  They also have a tendency of making your house stink while chilling in your refrigerator, covered or not.

 


Edited by IPodPJ - 10/16/11 at 1:11am
post #28 of 63
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Originally Posted by IPodPJ View Post

Seriously?  You mention the ingredients I wasn't even referring to?  ph34r.gif  Egg yolks are loaded with cholesterol.  You're not supposed to eat more than 2 eggs a week.

 

That being said, I love egg salad sandwiches but they have a tendency to give me indigestion.  Hard-boiled eggs do that to a lot of people if they eat more than a small serving.  They also have a tendency of making your house stink while chilling in your refrigerator, covered or not.

 


Ummm... you know your body produces three to four times more cholesterol than you ingest? the less you eat, the more your body produces.  The difference is marginal, at best.  Thats just one school of thought though.

 

Even if you are an "LDL is bad" proponent, eggs have not been linked to LDL growth (unless you also eat lots of saturated fats,) and, with regular exercise, your HDL will increase so the whole point is moot anyway.

 

Conservative estimates say 6 a week is fine.

 

post #29 of 63

there's a lot of discussion these days on how many eggs a week is good/acceptable and how many are too much.

 

the answer probably lies in individual variety (f.e. different genes, different diets, other environmental factors)

 

 


Edited by Proglover - 10/16/11 at 7:51am
post #30 of 63

That's funny. Just yesterday I was thinking about making that sandwich. I put a dash of cayenne pepper and add about a teaspoon of kosher dill pickle juice to a two-egg mixture otherwise it gets too soggy.

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