Aaaaaaaaand breathe. I have been super busy as per damn usual, which I seem to quite enjoy. Apart from those few The Last Man on Earth episodes I managed to squeeze in last week, thank goodness for Will Forte. If you haven’t seen it, give it a go it’s laugh out loud funny. Although I have been keeping myself very busy, I have still been dreaming of Europe every.damn.day. That place needs to get outtamybrain!
If it’s not a log cabin in the snowy French/Swiss alps, it’s a houseboat in Amsterdam or staying in an old ski jump overlooking Olso, Norway. For now, I will have to settle on watching French films and reading A Year in Provence and vicariously living through a book whilst drinking French press coffee.
Speaking of French press coffee, this infographic explains how to achieve the perfect French press. I need to up my game.
For now, it’s Melbourne living and cooking eggs inside bread, which isn’t too bad*. My second favourite thing about the below dish, not including the actual taste is the many names it has picked up. So far, I have been advised it’s called:
- Egg In Bread
- Frog in a hole
- Egg in the basket
- Gashouse eggs
- A hole in one
- Bulls eye
If there’s one thing you do today, it just must be letting me know in the comments below if you use another name for this delicious, wonderful invention. I have a list and I will continue to add to it until I’ve discovered every cute nickname under the egg in bread sun.
*I’d still cook eggs inside bread if I lived on the other side of the world
My wonderful beautiful friend Tilly is having a baby which is such an exciting time for all involved. I can’t wait to meet the newest addition to our little group of love. Her baby shower was fantastic with a lovely spread of Turkish dips, pita bread, fruits, cheeses, carrot cake and sprinkle cupcakes.