Pinterest in real life – a bit of a scramble

20 Nov


Well!  I did not intend to take so long of a break in this PiRL series. Alas! Life and work got in the way a bit but I I’m back!

This is a short one. I’d seen this fun idea on Pinterest and thought it looked pretty simple!

Pretty huh!

Here starts my attempt…..

I sliced some pepper rings and placed them in the fry pan...one of them was broken but I figured...no worries.

So I cracked my eggs and was immediately in trouble. The whites leaked! and notice it was everywhere but where the break in the pepper slice was...irony in action!

Then I tried to flip them....BAD IDEA! It all when down hill from there.

This is when abandoned ship and decided to have fried eggs and some saute'd peppers...

So In conclusion there is one thing I think I did wrong….my pan was too small.  If I had used a bigger fry pan i would have had a lot more room to maneuver the peppers and they probably would have laid flat on the bottom of the fry pan, thus, reducing leakage. I’m definitely going to try this again with a bigger fry pan.  Maybe on a morning when I have more time on my hands.

There you have it! Leave a comment & link with any projects you’ve tried or if you want to try this one! You’ll probably be more successful than me!

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One Response to “Pinterest in real life – a bit of a scramble”

  1. Marty November 20, 2011 at 2:18 pm #

    I was thinking “glue,” But it made me wonder if it would be good to dip the pepper in egg white and put it in the pan a short time before you pour in the egg. Maybe that would make it stick long enough to hold the rest of it in long enough to cook on the bottom.

    At least you could still eat the egg and the peppers. 🙂

    Me? I’m still pinning.

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