So, I’m pretty sure the only thing I can execute correctly is eggs. I’m actually surprised that today I made a really pretty and really delicious plate of scrambled eggs. I was so surprised that I actually did it right that I ran to grab my camera. So, I thought this picture was pretty amazing.
But enough about my progressing photography skills. This is really about the scrambled eggs and how amazing they are.
Guys, scrambled eggs are really easy to make and they just make life so much easier. I first made scrambled eggs a few years ago and I was terrified. I didn’t know when they would be done, I didn’t know if I had any shells in it, or how many eggs or what part of the egg I should use (That last one seems a little stupid, but come on. I was nervous). But, after doing it a million times and watching other people do it, I think I have slightly or temporarily master the art of scrambling eggs.
Yes, scrambling eggs is an art. Just look at the picture.
So, for those of you who are on the journey to supreme scrambled egg making, you have come to the right place. I am here to help and entertain.
OH, I have a really funny story to tell. One day, I was thinking of more efficient or different ways to make scrambled eggs. I went to my trusty friend Google and searched “interesting ways to make scrambled eggs”. And I came across this thing that said you should try putting them in a microwave. And below it there was a comment that said,
“I once made scrambled eggs. I took some eggs, cracked them into a bowl, and brought them outside on really hot summer day. After 6 days, I had scrambled eggs.”
I lost it. I seriously laughed so hard for no apparent reason. I never thought that anyone would really take eggs outside to cook. I was so confused, but it was awesome.
I had so many questions though. Was she joking? Could you really cook an egg outside? Does she need to see a doctor? Is she an eggspert?
So, perks to that person who was so awesome to comment that.