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Greens + Eggs + Bread, one pan!

no-more-ramen:

This is one of my go-to meals for when I don’t have the energy to do much. It’s great because everything is cooked in one pan in under 20min and it’s very filling!

ok so here is what you’ll need:

  • 1 frying pan, probably medium-size (like a dinner plate) but you can also use smaller, with a lid preferably
  • Sliced bread, any kind
  • Eggs, any kind or number
  • cheese if you want
  • salt if you want
  • Greens, I like it most with chard but you can easily use kale, other dark greens, probably any greens at all
  • Olive oil, other oil, or butter

here is what you do:

  1. wash the greens and chop them up or tear them. really roughly, it doesn’t matter if they’re neat slices and large strips is just fine. don’t shake the water off the leaves.
  2. put your pan on a burner, on high. when it’s hot add a bit of oil, maybe around a tablespoon or two.
  3. add greens! stir them around a bit until they’re sizzling, then add around a cupped-handful of water and cover almost completely. you can add a tiny pinch of salt here if you fancy it, either way is good but i prefer lightly salting the greens and not salting the egg.
  4. stir occasionally for around 5-10 min. when you poke the stem bits of the greens with a fork and they’re the texture you want in your mouth, put them on a plate and put the pan back on the stove.
  5. add a little bit more olive oil or butter or whatever to the pan and crack an egg or two into it. when the whites of the egg have solidified a little, smush the bread on top. if you want cheesy eggbread add the cheese slices on top of the egg first.
  6. wait a few minutes, pressing down on the bread occasionally, until the egg looks cooked. then flip the bread and move it around the pan, letting it fry and collect any leftover bits of egg or oil. when the bread and egg is fried how you like it put it on the plate.
  7. eat the food! it is delicious and yours and you earned it by rights, and especially if you used oil the pan should be pretty easy to clean.

(via fifth-dimensional)

im-horngry:

Chocolate Strawberry Cake - As Requested!

im-horngry:

Chocolate Strawberry Cake - As Requested!

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deusvolt:

"Age & Language in Lentils" (a visualization of the median age, population sizes and languages spoken in the USA and Italy)
Data Cuisine is a research project in which socioeconomic data is presented as culinary visual- and gastronom-izations. Whereas the psychologists tested the eaters with an edible Kandinsky, Susanne Jaschko and Moritz Stefaner lead workshop participants in translating data sets into recipes: “Have you ever tried to imagine how a fish soup tastes whose recipe is based on publicly available local fishing data? Or what a pizza would be like if it was based on Helsinki’s population mix? Data Cuisine explores food as a means of data expression—or, if you like—edible diagrams.”
(x)

deusvolt:

"Age & Language in Lentils" (a visualization of the median age, population sizes and languages spoken in the USA and Italy)

Data Cuisine is a research project in which socioeconomic data is presented as culinary visual- and gastronom-izations. Whereas the psychologists tested the eaters with an edible Kandinsky, Susanne Jaschko and Moritz Stefaner lead workshop participants in translating data sets into recipes: “Have you ever tried to imagine how a fish soup tastes whose recipe is based on publicly available local fishing data? Or what a pizza would be like if it was based on Helsinki’s population mix? Data Cuisine explores food as a means of data expression—or, if you like—edible diagrams.”

(x)

(via aeromachia)

islamandart:

Asalam Alaikum brothers and sisters. Ramadan Kareem. I will be posting daily Ramadan inspiration just like last year. So stay tune inshAllah. Any comments, submissions or suggestions are welcome. 

islamandart:

Asalam Alaikum brothers and sisters. Ramadan Kareem. I will be posting daily Ramadan inspiration just like last year. So stay tune inshAllah. Any comments, submissions or suggestions are welcome. 

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Greens + Eggs + Bread, one pan!

no-more-ramen:

This is one of my go-to meals for when I don’t have the energy to do much. It’s great because everything is cooked in one pan in under 20min and it’s very filling!

ok so here is what you’ll need:

  • 1 frying pan, probably medium-size (like a dinner plate) but you can also use smaller, with a lid preferably
  • Sliced bread, any kind
  • Eggs, any kind or number
  • cheese if you want
  • salt if you want
  • Greens, I like it most with chard but you can easily use kale, other dark greens, probably any greens at all
  • Olive oil, other oil, or butter

here is what you do:

  1. wash the greens and chop them up or tear them. really roughly, it doesn’t matter if they’re neat slices and large strips is just fine. don’t shake the water off the leaves.
  2. put your pan on a burner, on high. when it’s hot add a bit of oil, maybe around a tablespoon or two.
  3. add greens! stir them around a bit until they’re sizzling, then add around a cupped-handful of water and cover almost completely. you can add a tiny pinch of salt here if you fancy it, either way is good but i prefer lightly salting the greens and not salting the egg.
  4. stir occasionally for around 5-10 min. when you poke the stem bits of the greens with a fork and they’re the texture you want in your mouth, put them on a plate and put the pan back on the stove.
  5. add a little bit more olive oil or butter or whatever to the pan and crack an egg or two into it. when the whites of the egg have solidified a little, smush the bread on top. if you want cheesy eggbread add the cheese slices on top of the egg first.
  6. wait a few minutes, pressing down on the bread occasionally, until the egg looks cooked. then flip the bread and move it around the pan, letting it fry and collect any leftover bits of egg or oil. when the bread and egg is fried how you like it put it on the plate.
  7. eat the food! it is delicious and yours and you earned it by rights, and especially if you used oil the pan should be pretty easy to clean.

(via fifth-dimensional)

confectionerybliss:

Cat Cookies | Global Trans Pan Party

confectionerybliss:

Cat Cookies | Global Trans Pan Party

im-horngry:

Chocolate Strawberry Cake - As Requested!

im-horngry:

Chocolate Strawberry Cake - As Requested!

(via cameoappearance)

deusvolt:

"Age & Language in Lentils" (a visualization of the median age, population sizes and languages spoken in the USA and Italy)
Data Cuisine is a research project in which socioeconomic data is presented as culinary visual- and gastronom-izations. Whereas the psychologists tested the eaters with an edible Kandinsky, Susanne Jaschko and Moritz Stefaner lead workshop participants in translating data sets into recipes: “Have you ever tried to imagine how a fish soup tastes whose recipe is based on publicly available local fishing data? Or what a pizza would be like if it was based on Helsinki’s population mix? Data Cuisine explores food as a means of data expression—or, if you like—edible diagrams.”
(x)

deusvolt:

"Age & Language in Lentils" (a visualization of the median age, population sizes and languages spoken in the USA and Italy)

Data Cuisine is a research project in which socioeconomic data is presented as culinary visual- and gastronom-izations. Whereas the psychologists tested the eaters with an edible Kandinsky, Susanne Jaschko and Moritz Stefaner lead workshop participants in translating data sets into recipes: “Have you ever tried to imagine how a fish soup tastes whose recipe is based on publicly available local fishing data? Or what a pizza would be like if it was based on Helsinki’s population mix? Data Cuisine explores food as a means of data expression—or, if you like—edible diagrams.”

(x)

(via aeromachia)

islamandart:

Asalam Alaikum brothers and sisters. Ramadan Kareem. I will be posting daily Ramadan inspiration just like last year. So stay tune inshAllah. Any comments, submissions or suggestions are welcome. 

islamandart:

Asalam Alaikum brothers and sisters. Ramadan Kareem. I will be posting daily Ramadan inspiration just like last year. So stay tune inshAllah. Any comments, submissions or suggestions are welcome. 

Greens + Eggs + Bread, one pan!

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  1. about me

  2. all this beauty

  3. all this love

  4. be granted glory
  5. (princess tutu)
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  7. (persona 3)
  8. catch you catch me
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  54. something eldritch

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  61. unique in all the world
  62. (le petit prince, the little prince)
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  65. welcome to night vale

  66. what a piece of work is man
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  70. wind him up and watch him go
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