I am sure everyone has their own way of making this breakfast. However, I have decided to share my recipe for scrambled eggs regardless.
I am sometimes confused about how people survive in their particular industries! I use this as an example:
- seeking x product to be supplied to our client
- Tandy: please can you provide more information
- we are seeking x product to be supplied to our client
- Tandy: I can assist, see my website for more information
- great, how much is the product
- Tandy: here is the pricing structure
- actually, client is looking for product free of charge
Did I miss something in the original request, or the second one, or even the third one? Everyone in business is in it to make money! People do not run companies to give away product unless it is about sponsorship. Now, I am more than willing to sponsor a function or event, and I have done so on a few occasions, but the original request has come as sponsorship and not as a query to whether I can supply x. With the saying time is money, this was a waste of time and while I was attempting to get this business, I could have been out there getting other business. So, this was a waste of money! I hope this agency realized that they are getting paid to ask for something for nothing.
If you are looking to save some time with breakfast, make these scrambled eggs. They will be ready quicker than you think and take very little effort to make.
- 2 eggs per person
- salt and freshly ground black pepper to season
- 15 mls cream per 2 eggs
- 15 g butter
- 1 small bunch chives, snipped
- bagels or bread of your choice
- gravadlax or something similar for serving
- place the eggs in a bowl
- add the seasoning and whisk well
- add the butter and the eggs to a cold pan
- turn on the heat – a medium heat will be perfect
- as soon as the butter has melted, add the cream
- whisk until cooked and serve topped with chives
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37 thoughts on “Scrambled Eggs”
how very odd. maybe the agency decided to change the words of the client?
who knows Sidey! It was a frustrating exchange of emails 🙂
i hate it when people waste my time like that, why can’t they behonest in the first place
I have no idea Sidey!?
We just had poached eggs on toast today. Makes a nice change from cereal. Scrambled eggs always reminds me of our son, who used to rush home from Wits for lunch almost every day. He loved his scrambled eggs. 😉 Good memories. xxx
Your son was clever to come home for lunch AD – I used to eat the junk food out of the bakery 🙂
Love scrambles – we probably have them for breakies more often than we should though.
eggs are so good for you that I can see no reason not to have them every day 🙂
These eggs look so buttery and delicious – yum!
Choc Chip Uru
thanks CCU 🙂
I LOVE scrambled eggs.. I think its a lost art of eggs lol. Truthfully, I never hear anyone say they love scrambled eggs anymore lol. This looks delicious
it is the simplicity of the meal I love 🙂
Lunch sorted. 😀
Scrambled eggs – done well they are wonderful, done badñy…well, so awful! And I know what you mean about clients. Sometimes when I was doing my HR consulting a potential client would meet with you to discuss how you could work together and you could see they were just picking your brains for a free solution!
that exact same thing happens to a friend of mine regularly. It is so wrong to expect to get free advice, unless you make it clear upfront, that is what you are doing 🙂
Oh I hear you gals!I have some “potential clients” who call quite regularly for a pep chat and industry wrap and before I know it another half hour is gone. Amazing how some people seem to think it’s quite acceptable to run their business at the expense of yours!
this is a real bug bear of ours 🙂
Love the addition of cream!
thanks – it is a trick I learnt from a chef 🙂
I love adding chives to scrambled eggs! These look fantastic 🙂
it is such an easy herb to grow, that I always have some in my garden 🙂
Your scrambled eggs look like a real treat! We had a tasty omelet with herbs, mushrooms, chives & sjalots yesterday evening!
that omelet sounds divine 🙂
I’ve just had scrambled eggs for lunch! They go so well with smoked salmon – I’ll have to get some to go with them next time.
it really is my favourite quick meal 🙂
Love scramble eggs, so simple and yet so tasty…
Hope you are having a great week Tandy…I am bypassing WP by adding “h” to my email 😉
Hi there Juliana! So glad you could comment. Have a super week 🙂