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January 30, 2005



>Is this going to become worldwide blogging event?
isn't it already?

>Just a side note, how many times is one able to present eggs on toast creatively?


Mmm! Joke or no joke, I would wager your 'local boy' eot is gonna stick around! I would love give it a try, but I have yet to find pao doce (who knew PSB could sound so exotic?!) here in Tokyo. Another recipe to file for when I'm back in Hawaii...


Hey Reid's on board. Top job and the people of Spam® should give you some kind of award. MMM creamy eggs too.

Looking at eggsponential (did Jeanne get that one) growth here and as for the creativity, one can never fry the same egg twice.


Reid - hmmmm, creamy eggs, fresh garnish, exotic bread... Life sure tastes good on the islands! Glad the Fates finally let you join us in our monthly ovoid venture.

Let's see... London, Guam, Australia, Hawaii, Seattle... oh I'd have to agree with Santos and say we are already worldwide!

And as for how many ways you can cook eggs and bread - how long is a piece of string ;-) This event is about finding the eggstraordinary in everyday ingredients, over and over again. Oh yes, and all that stuff about world peace, saving the planet and freeing the 3rd world from the yolk of pverty as well.


I'd better get cracking

Allen Wong

Mmm, luncheon meat and eggs. I still can't believe how good the stuff tastes.


looks delicious! i love SPAM.


eat slices of spam = eating slices of satan's ass.


Hi Santos,

I guess you're right! =P Great entry on your site by the way! Love the greenery and what's hidden amongst it!

Hi Rae,

Thanks for dropping by the blog and leaving me a comment! I'd take Tokyo over Honolulu any day even if I couldn't find any pao doce. Perhaps you can use melon pan as your bread for this! =)

Hi Anthony,

I think they need to give us all a bit of money. The people of Hawaii eat too much of the stuff. Creamy soft scrambled eggs are my favorite. Nothing compares.

Hi Jeanne,

YIPPEE! I finally made it. Was it worth waiting three months for? Doubt it, but I gave a valiant effort I think.

You all are right about that stuff. See you next month for EoMEoTE#4. I already started planning for it. Maybe I'll get to host it sometime. =)

Hi tokyogoat!

Thanks for visiting. Yep, better get to cracking those eggs.

Hi Allen,

I can't believe how good it tastes too. I have some of the low salt stuff as I find regular Spam® a bit too salty for me. The eggs and Spam® combo is hard to beat.

Hi cyn,

Thanks for visiting my blog. =)

I like Spam® too. I think the flavors in this dish worked well together. I guess that's why I like Spam® and eggs.

Hi tokyogoat,


fish fish

Hey Reid, I love ur 1st pic. The eggie looks very cute. And your 2nd pic making me hungry... shouldn't come at this time. hungry!

FatMan Seoul

Me like spam
Me like egg
Me like everything
On your plate


Hi fish fish,

That first pic was nicked from Anthony's site. =) I liked it too. Maybe I should ask if I can use it as my new header? Since I know you don't eat meat, perhaps you can find a substitute for Spam® and try this omelette on toast sometime!

Hi FatMan,

Long time no hear!

Thanks! I like Spam®, eggs and sweet bread toast too. I practically inhaled all of this. It was gone in matter of a couple of minutes. I should have made more, but I was too lazy. =P


eggs + luncheon meat + toast = simple perfection on a plate.


Hi Julia,

Thanks.... =P Hope to see you soon. We can compare notes on breakfast foods.


Hey.. Reid... :)
Love the way you made yer eggs.. but i'm pretty unconventional when it comes to food.. but eggs .. hmmm.. i like mine.. sunny side up.. or omelette type.. and i HATE spam..!! love luncheon meat. but hate spam.. they just don't taste the same.. but my spouse says otherwise.. heh!!


That looks like a luscious combo, Reid -- I didn't make it in this month, just setting up my blog really, but next month I know eggzackly what I'm going to make...


Hi MrsT,

I actually like all kinds of eggs -- scrambled, poached, over easy, etc. -- it just depends on what I'm eating with them. I normally have rice with eggs. It actually goes quite well with sunnyside up or over easy. According to a Singaporean friend of mine, the Spam® we eat here is like the luncheon meat in Singapore. Maybe you should try it. =)


Hi Julie,

Thanks for dropping by the blog and leaving me a comment. Looks like you're off to a good start with your blog. I used to live in New York years ago. Will be dropping by your blog now and again to see how the landscape in New York has changed since I was last there.

Nice pun! =P

Good luck to you!

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