- Apr 5, 2009
I didn’t eat dinner last night so I had a strip steak for breakfast.
Are you suggesting that a mushroom marsala sauce made at 10:30 PM last night and served this morning can be considered leftover rot? I guess there are a lot of people eating rotten food in restaurants, because I am quite sure some of it was prepared more than 10 hours before it was consumed.Nothing turns me off faster to a meal than the thought of l/o rot and an egg bleed. As The Stomach Turns.
It's okay. Thank you for the clarification and the flowers, LOL.LOL... "rot" is supposedly an abbreviation for 'rotisserie' and after the first couple of gasps I now recognize it for that but the visual it conjures in my brain still won't go away. That reference was from a post by Ginny.
runny eggs is perfectly acceptable to me as that is the term I and probably most people know, but to call it an egg bleed, which I'd never heard before, also conjures up something I would not want to see on my plate.
Jusa - I was not insinuating your meal was anything but delicious because your pictures clearly show they look divine. I'm sorry you mis-understood my meaning. I should have been more explicit.
As I am also sure Ginny's meal was equally delicious.
So here are some for the two of you.
ps, I love runny yolks too!