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Monday, August 19, 2019

Elementary, My Dear Vegan: Eggs on Toast

Hi everyone! Today’s “Elementary, My Dear Vegan” is from S2E2 (“Solve for X”). Coming back from coffee with the son of the patient who died under her care when she was a surgeon, Watson finds Holmes in the kitchen making eggs (sunny side up) on toast. He offers her some, but she declines. For my eggs on toast, I used this recipe from One Green Planet, minus the avocado because mine had sadly gone bad. But even without the avocado, this was a really fun and tasty lunch! 


Here’s Cringer hanging out on the blue chair in the kitchen… 


Bonus quote from the episode:
Holmes: I’m an expert on poisons, Watson. I know virtually everything there is to know about them. But I’ve come to learn over the last few years that there is nothing on this planet quite so toxic as guilt.

Peace. :)

8 comments:

  1. It looks like a good sandwich! What do you use for the yolks?

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    1. Looks like Susan got to it first, but yes, the main ingredients for the yolk are polenta and chickpeas! :)

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  2. Oh fun! Polenta and chickpea is a unique combination for the yolks, I haven't seen anything like that before I don't think.
    It is so sad when avocado turns against us.

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    1. Thanks, Susan; the polenta/chickpea combination worked really well! :)

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  3. That looks soo pretty and tasty!! I used to love a simple egg sandwich in my vegetarian days!
    Cringer looks like a great kitchen snoopervisor!!

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    1. Thanks, Hillary! Cringer is a wonderful kitchen snoopervisor; she tends to do her job from a distance until it's time for a sniff test of the final product, haha! :D

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  4. Mmm... looks so tasty! If a restaurant offers a vegan egg with a "runny yolk" I try and get it. I loved eating eggs that way but i am too lazy to do it at home lol

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    1. Thanks, Jennifer; it was really good! I haven't been to any restaurants that offer a "runny yolk" vegan egg, but I would definitely be curious to try it if I saw it on a menu! :)

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