This is not normally the kind of thing I blog about, but Wes has made a special request and I feel beholden to honor it. Help us settle a discussion we had tonight before Wes left for school, won’t you?
So, you’re Wes. You’re studying at home and take a break to make some lunch. There are no handy dandy leftovers hanging out in the fridge, so you survey your options. They are as follows:
- Mac n’ Cheese
- Trader Joe’s chicken potstickers (2 mins. in the microwave and SO GOOD)
- Peanut butter and jelly English muffin sandwich
- Apples and cottage cheese
All decent choices, right? Bear in mind, too, that any and all of these combinations can be eaten in conjunction with a banana or a pickle or each other, so it’s not like he was starving. It’s no cheeseburger with fries and a lemonade or anything, but it’s also a fairly respectable array of choices.
What did he choose? Eggs. Just eggs. He scrambled four eggs and made them for lunch. And then ate them.
Now, in my opinion four eggs is just a bit much for one meal. That’s quite a lot of cholesterol for one, and for another…Four eggs. That’s a lot of eggs.
He’s of the opinion that four scrambled eggs is a perfectly acceptable repast.
Now, can you help us settle this?
Is four eggs too many in one sitting?
- I wonder what would happen if you combined all of those options into one dish. Cheesy potstickers served between peanut butter and jelly English muffin halves with a side of scrambled eggs. (13%, 2 Votes)
- Yes. Unless you want to have a heart attack in a month, maybe replace some of the eggs with some fruit or something. (6%, 1 Votes)
- No. It's perfectly reasonable. And delicious. (81%, 13 Votes)
Total Voters: 16