Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Eating Out While Eating In

Introducing the best egg sandwich you'll ever meet.

Say hello, handsome.



After falling in love with Fannie's Killer Fried Egg Sandwich from M. Henry earlier this year (while visiting Chicago), Andrew and I finally decided to recreate it at home.

Isn't it perfect?

I swear, I could just stare at that sandwich.

All. Day. Long.


Kelly's M. Henry's Fannie's Killer Fried Egg Sandwich

2 slices of toasted sour French bread
2 eggs
2 slices of center cut bacon (they use applewood)
1 plum tomato
gorgonzola
thyme

Prepare the eggs over medium and layer all ingredients on bread. Season with salt and pepper to taste.

10 comments:

Life in Rehab said...

I sent that recipe home lightening fast. Hello, Sunday Brunch!

Nita {ModVintageLife} said...

Oh...I love anything with gorgonzola! I would never have thought to put that in an egg sandwich.

Design A-Peele said...

ok, not going to lie. I think I would need the eggs done WELL and then that sandwich would be perfection! ;)

Vonda said...

Holy hunger. That looks awesome. I think I'm going to attempt that this weekend! Thanks!!

a Broad said...

We make a variation of that on Sunday nights sometimes.. not sure why Sundays ... I toast french bread.. use Gouda cheese and sometimes smoked cheese ( we don't eat bacon) and then fried eggs.
I will add the sliced tomatoes.. not sure why we never did that before.
There is something so satisfying and homey about fried egg sandwiches.
I also like fried/poached eggs on my salads.. good thing I don't have high cholesterol or something :)

Kelly said...

That's how Andrew makes his, Design.

Vonda, it's SO GOOD!

CBD said...

Wow, that looks so good and I'm not usually a fan of eggs!

oneluckycouple said...

Looks AMAZING! I love the runny eggs...

alison (semi-fab lane) said...

that looks so good! i would never think to use gorgonzola.

Anonymous said...

I do a version of this with ham and brie, only the eggs are just a little more done. I love vine ripened tomatoes on anything. We have even done this with pesto, tomatoes and scrambled eggs, no cheese. It's all good.