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April 20, 2008

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Chris

BH..... bad boy! :)

I'm sure (maybe?) it tastes good, but BLARF... it looks horrid! It is a step up from Haggis I would imagine, but ech.

That's the kindof dish you look at wondering "were they drunk"? :)

but catch me when I've got the munchies and I'd probably chow down on it :)

Bloghungry

True, it's ugly and I should have made more of an effort with the pictures, but it tastes amazing and I'm really over pretty food that has no favor. You shouldn't be so quick to pass judgment.

Chris

No judgement! Just impressions. If I tell myself it's bad enough I'll not run out and make it... maybe :) I had the same impression of the first recipe I saw on your blog, but made it for the BF when he came for a visit. It was wonderful!

You keep churning them out though. It may not look terribly healthy, but the sound and imagined smell make me want it all the more!

Jay

I travel to Germany quite a bit and they love to crack an egg over things. They even put a slice of hard boiled egg on their lasagna. So even though it looks unappetizing, I know this must taste fantastic.

nilblogette

Egg on pizza is all the rage - Champagne Bakery does it even. Anyone who has tried it quickly realizes there is no point having pizza any other way.

But then, I also don't get what looks unappetizing about it. Bacon, yeasty dough, cheese and runny egg - is that not a timeless combination?

nilblogette

Egg on pizza is all the rage - Champagne Bakery does it even. Anyone who has tried it quickly realizes there is no point having pizza any other way.

But then, I also don't get what looks unappetizing about it. Bacon, yeasty dough, cheese and runny egg - is that not a timeless combination?

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