Saturday, July 22, 2017

Fried Egg Sandwich

Today's post is all about the fried egg sandwich. 

I am having so much fun reading all the memories people are sharing about growing up with tomato sandwiches after my tomato sandwich post on Wednesday, Summer's Favorite Sandwich. This afternoon, when I was making a fried egg sandwich for lunch, I thought it would be another fun post for people to share their favorite ways to make this old school favorite.

*Note to my southern Duke's Mayonnaise friends (because I know I'm going to get grief for having Hellmann's in the photo above)...yes, yes, yes, I know how awesome ya'll think Duke's mayo is, that NOTHING compares (mayo wars)...I still prefer my Hellmann's. Sorry, not sorry. Haha! But please feel free to remind me. 

I grew up with fried egg sandwiches, another childhood staple and favorite. Growing up, our fried egg sandwiches were simple - toasted white bread with Hellmann's or Miracle Whip, an egg or two fried in butter, with salt and pepper. I like my eggs well done (over hard). Simple to make, so good. In the summer, fresh sliced garden tomatoes are a must and if I want some crunch, I'll add some lettuce too.

Don't know how to fry an egg? Head here for these quick video tutorials from HipCooks: 

How To Fry An Egg Over Hard
How To Fry An Egg Over Easy

My grandparents loved to poach their eggs over easy and have them over buttered toast (using fleishman margarine) with salt and pepper - an open face egg sandwich and a little healthier (Poached Egg on Toast Recipe). 

If you would like to learn how to poach an egg, head here:
How To Poach An Egg

What's your favorite way to make a fried egg sandwich? Please share...

Thanks for stopping by!

Friday, July 21, 2017

Cucumber Salad - Weekend Potluck 283

Welcome to Weekend Potluck #283, 
we are so happy you could join us!

Starting each Friday morning, stop by Sweet Little Bluebird for our Weekend Potluck party, a place where top food bloggers come to link up their best and latest recipes! Each week we feature the most viewed recipe from the previous party along with recipes that caught our attention. We also have a featured recipe from one of the hostesses.

**Simply click on the photo (recipe) you like below and it will 
take you to the blogger's post with the full recipe.**

Let's take a quick peek back at last week!


Cucumber Salad by Julia’s Simply Southern


Chantilly Sheet Cake by Southern Plate

Instant Pot Italian Beef by Cooking with Curls


Mamaw’s Chicken & Rice Casserole by Sweet Little Bluebird

Remember that when you link up, it shows on all FOUR blogs. Plus…


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  1. LINK BACK HERE from your post so that others can find the fun. FOOD posts only! BLOGGERS: Please note we had some great recipes last week but our most popular recipe DID NOT LINK BACK so it wasn't featured. This potluck helps with our SEO and your SEO so linking back is essential and what makes this potluck worthwhile.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Mayonnaise Wars

Today I am taking a quick poll on Facebook and on my blog - which mayonnaise is your favorite?

Technically, Miracle Whip is not mayonnaise - but to many people it it's included. I grew up referring to Miracle Whip as mayo, using it like mayo. Here is the reason it's TECHNICALLY not mayo: Miracle Whip Vs. Mayonnaise 

After sharing my Tomato Sandwich post yesterday, many people left comments on Facebook stating I should use Duke's Mayo, NOT Hellmann's. I grew up in Michigan and had never heard of Duke's Mayonnaise, it wasn't even available in stores. I only learned about Duke's when I started blogging and following southern food bloggers. When I moved to Georgia a few months ago, the first thing on my list was to purchase some Duke's mayo, to find out what the fuss was all about...and I must say, I prefer Hellmann's. I'm sure those are some fighting words. Ha!

*Update, July 21:  Who knew adding Miracle Whip alongside mayo would start another food fight on Facebook! I love reading all the opinions/comments - some are very strong. Too funny!

What's your favorite mayo?