Showing posts from May, 2014

Flattened Sunny Side

I am a sunny person and like my eggs sunny. Gushing will not do! I don't want my eggs running away. I flip the sunny side over until it is firm. Unfortunately, that action flattens the reverse side, but that suits me fine. Three egg whites and one whole: low cholesterol for two  Flip over.  Flip again (below).    Toasted slices; slather with orange marmalade. Cut "sunny side up" eggs into two portions. The sun peeks!   Sprinkle fresh ground pepper for taste.      And another story ends. --Frances Ohanenye maintains this site. Please direct all inquiries and request for permission to use copyrighted material to Thanks for complying with my request.

Happy Mother's Day to Your Palate!

If quietude moves you, give in to it. It moved me today, and I gave in to it and dined solo, not that I had any choice in the matter being miles removed from all family members. I wanted to treat myself and feast at the Spindletop , one of Houston's finests, much like Atlanta's Sun Dial where I have dined as well. Both restaurants revolve. On Mother's Day of all days (and charging as much as it did), Spindletop offered its customers a cookie-cutter menu streamlined for the chef's convenience. I had searched the menu online and knew what I wanted to order today, on Mother's Day, but Spindletop failed to offer me much choice; very disappointing. The appetizer and main course appeared fresh. The dessert, especially the creme brulee and the cheese cake, looked and tasted old. Still, the rest of the food was delish; my waiter was very efficient and very professional; the manager, on the other hand, failed to manage. Actually, (and for whatever reason), he a