DRACONIS BLACKTHORNE (dblackthorne) wrote,
DRACONIS BLACKTHORNE
dblackthorne

Hellhouse Eggs

An indulgent day at Blackthorne Manor. It began with what is commonly known as "hot house eggs", or "eggs in a basket", which sort of resembles an eyeball centered between a piece of bread; though instead of the regular 'hole' cut into the piece of bread, an arrangement of shapes can be cut therein, as far as the imagination can conjure. This can be accomplished from cookie cutouts {Halloween shapes as appropriate}, to personal designs, even inclusive of a pentagram, if so inclined. Flipping the concoction over is optional. The cutouts then become toast. This has become a culinary sinsation herein, and shall be prepared more often.

When thusly fried, any assortment of toppings can be added. Hellhouse Eggs would include one's preferred hot sauce and/or various peppers, along with either shredded or sliced cheese on top, accompanied by bacon, or whatever other breakfast fare desired.

Then it was off in The Dracmare for provisions & to acquire a new scanner/printer all-in-one, which has been added to the infernal machine, black, or course, to also aesthetically compliment the shadowy environment. ∞

Tags: dining, dracumentary, food, hell's bar & grill, hell's kitchen, recipes
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